The state of collaboration
12:45 – Host
Challenges and lessons for sustainable cross-sector collaboration
14:00 – Panel Chair
Taking things forward: building a sustainable collaboration network
17:00 – Plenary Chair
I am Social Artist in Residence at the Centre for Creative Collaboration, a space supported by the University of London to help make better links between Higher Education and the Creative Industries through the practice of real-life collaborations. I’m currently on a 3-month “wander” around the UK, visiting interesting people and institutions, making collaborative work and helping practitioners connect with one another. Continue reading
Realising the value of digital innovation through cross-sector collaboration
13:00 – Keynote
Heather Croall is Director of the Sheffield International Documentary Festival (Doc/Fest) and Producer of Crossover Labs. She has been one of the screen industry’s leading proponents of the emerging field of new media.
Creativity in a new landscape
14:45 – Models & Techniques
Clare is Director of Eventus, a social enterprise using the arts to effect change. She trained in mime and movement in Paris, Prague and London and spent 10 years in small scale touring theatre.
She subsequently worked as a freelance project manager and local authority arts officer. At Eventus her work has focused on partnerships with non-arts organisations, embedding creativity into mainstream agendas. This has included Creative Places, a partnership between Eventus, Arts Council England and the Council’s housing regeneration teams. Continue reading
In the age of all things ‘social’, forging connections is now simpler, quicker and easier to do. With advancements in mobile technology and services such as Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter (but to name a few) the days of trading business cards are slowly fading away and making room for talk of “follow me on Twitter” or “connect with me on LinkedIn”. Continue reading