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Jun 21

NCACE/Clore Leadership Workshop

June 21

NCACE/Clore Leadership Workshop

21st June, 9:30am – 1pm

Our second Leadership Workshop, held in collaboration with Clore Leadership will centre supporting leaders through change and uncertainty with a focus on developing collaborations for organisational resilience, and personal networks for self-care. The workshop will involve a combination of reflective and interactive sessions and key takeaways will include tips for best practice from leaders in the arts and cultural sector and higher education, developing value based collaborations, finding allies internally and externally and light touch strategies for self-care.

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Culture and Collaborations on Climate Emergency:
Shining a light on the contribution of Higher Education and culture led collaboration to our understandings of climate emergency, climate justice and net zero

23rd June, 10am
Climate Emergency is a key theme under-pinning our work and we are creating spaces for conversations around cultural collaborations on climate emergency, climate justice and related arising themes and concerns. We are exploring how, where and why these are, and have been, emerging, how they are being supported, what their impacts are and the role that policy, funding initiatives and other factors are playing, or have the potential to play, in their development.

Through this Culture and Collaborations on Climate Emergency workshop we are setting out to create a space to:

highlight the role of collaborative initiatives with a focus on climate emergency, climate justice, net zero and related areas that are occurring between key stakeholders including: Higher Education, the arts and cultural sector, local authorities, community partnerships and other relevant actors
showcase a diverse range of research projects and creative collaborations from around the country and beyond.
encourage dialogue, discussion and information sharing between researchers and others working in Higher Education, arts and cultural practitioners, policy-makers and funders on this most timely and important of topics.
Contributors will include: Dr Neelam Raina (Associate Professor, Design and Development, Middlesex University and Challenge Lead: Conflict for Global Challenges Research Fund), Justin McGuirk (AHRC Programme Director, Future Observatory and Design Museum), Professor Amanda Bayley (Bath Spa University), Rachel Briscoe (Fast Familiar), Linda France (Poet and Climate Writer, New Writing North and Newcastle University) and Johanna Kieniewicz (Head of Education and Research Collaborations, King’s Culture). We will continue to make further announcements including new contributors in the coming weeks.