NCACE Evidence Café 3
Thursday 15 July, 2 pm - online
The Evidence Café network is conceived as an online community of practice to support evidence sharing and story telling about cultural knowledge exchange. Join us for our third Café session, where we will be discussing two key pieces of work emerging from the Centre. Firstly, Dr Sarah Sigal will discuss her in-depth literature review of over 100 academic and non-academic sources concerned with collaborations, partnerships and knowledge exchange initiatives between higher education and the arts and cultural sectors. Evelyn Wilson (Co-Director, NCACE) and Emily Hopkins (Senior Manager, NCACE) will then discuss findings from the recently published report, ‘NCACE: Collaborations with Higher Education’. The report examines survey data from March 2021, which captured perspectives on KE collaborations from within the arts and cultural sector.
“What If..?” Conversations 2021
NCACE are delighted that over the summer and into the Autumn our regional partners will be leading on a series of "What If" events bringing together their academic and arts and cultural networks to consider a series of questions with a local and regional focus, that also speak to national challenges.
What If : What Next For Our Post Lockdown Collaborations?
Wednesday 21 July, 1.30 pm - online
Led by Birmingham City University / STEAMHouse
Through their "What If" event, Birmingham City University is keen to engage/re-engage with local and regional arts and cultural organisations to explore ‘What If’ in the context of Covid and how we may work together, collaborating on future activity and initiatives.
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International Steam Conference 2021
Tuesday 13 July, 9 am - online
Our partners Birmingham City University and STEAMhouse's International STEAM Conference will be taking place on Tuesday 13th July 2021. Learn new approaches and different ways of thinking from experts in different fields and leave feeling inspired to apply STEAM to your business or research. From the use of LEGO construction kits in business education to developing a 3D-printed sensor-enabled violin bow – there is something for everyone. When Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths collide, anything can happen.