PaCCS Policy Late: Increasing Impact through Creative Arts Collaborations

PaCCS Policy Late: Increasing Impact through Creative Arts Collaborations

6 February 2019 | 18:00 – 20:30

University of Bath in London, 83 Pall Mall

We are pleased to invite you to our next Policy Late Event on the evening of 6 February 2019.

Collaborations between researchers and creative arts practitioners are increasingly being used for development, transitional justice, and reconciliation in post-war countries. This Policy Late Event aims to bring together artists, researchers, and policy makers to exchange experiences about these collaborations. The conversation will look at developing theories of change, designing methodologies, and evaluating impact for such collaborations.

The event will be chaired by Dr Hetty Blades (Coventry’s Centre for Dance Research) and Dr Lars Waldorf (Dundee Law School). The introductory keynote speech will delivered by Dr Tristram Riley-Smith (current PaCCS TNOC Research Integrator and former External Champion to the Partnership). Participants include:

  • Dr Melissa Blanco Borelli – Royal Holloway, University of London 
  • Kate Carroll – ActionAid 
  • Dr Pilar Domingo – Overseas Development Institute
  • Helen Duffy – AHRC
  • Dr Tiffany Fairey – King’s College London
  • Dr Rachel Kerr – King’s College London
  • Rosanna Lewis – British Council
  • Dr Peter Manning – University of Bath
  • Dr Tristram Riley-Smith – University of Cambridge

Places are limited so please register your interest in attending by clicking the button below. 

Online Registration

Deadline to register: Wednesday 30 January 2019.

Download the programme here.