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copy-mc-logo11-e1368635444332.jpgMAKING CONNECTIONS: COLLABORATION IN RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

10th January 2014

National one-day conference at King’s College London.

Making Connections will be asking, ‘What Happens When Cultural Institutions and Academics Collaborate?’ Facilitated by the AHRC’s Collaborative Doctoral Award (CDA) and Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) Schemes, cross-institutional partnerships have become an increasingly popular way of conducting research across a range of disciplines. This conference aims to critically explore the benefits, challenges and impact of collaborative research.

The organising committee would like to wish the best of luck to Dr Glenn Adamson in his new role as Director of the Museum of Art and Design, New York. Replacing him as keynote speaker will be Professor Nigel Llewellyn, Head of Research at Tate. In what is sure to be an exciting and insightful talk, Professor Llewellyn will draw on his experiences at University of Sussex, the Art and Humanities Research Council and Tate to discuss collaboration.

Registration is now open. See the Registration Page for details.

Full details of the day and the abstracts for each of the panels are available on our Programme Page.

Making Connections is funded by the AHRC Collaborative Skills Development Scheme. It is being organised by five CDA students based at IWM London.

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