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Engage: Co-learning spaces

Engage are hosting Sharing Space a series on co-creation and hope you can join us! Sharing Space: co-creation in the visual arts will explore how artists, organisations and people create art and catalyse social change. Each session has an incredible array of...

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NAFAE Annual Conference 2022: Call for papers

Making Communities and Making with Communities Event details: Friday 29th April 2022 at Birmingham School of Art (in person) and onlineOne of many observations on the role of the art school and creative practices in contemporary society is that it is frequently...

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ArtsThread & Global Design Graduate Show

ARE YOU PLANNING ON SHOWCASING YOUR GRADUATING STUDENTS END OF YEAR PROJECTS ONLINE IN 2022? ARTSTHREAD is the leading digital platform for emerging creatives worldwide and for over a decade we have built relationships with over 950 higher education institutions in...

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CHEAD and APDIG summary of second Art and Design roundtable

How can Art and Design research and Arts research methodologies help tackle the biggest challenges faced by the UK? The UK is currently faced with increasing challenges across health, climate, technology and more. The creative, design and innovation industries can add...

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Realising Art and Design Research in Policy Making Decisions

Arts and Design Expertise and Evidence Base: how can we use it? CHEAD's policy roundtable series with the All Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group, Realising Art and Design Research in Policy Making Decisions, has published the first in a series of reports...

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Membership Survey 2021

CHEAD members from across the sixty-seven member institutions were surveyed during a period between 10th September and 10th November 2021. The survey was designed to explore the following: How CHEAD communicates effectively through our policy briefings, mailings and...

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