BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University – BxNU Institute Of Contemporary Art

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Abstract

This report was produced on behalf of Northumbria University and BALTIC, Centre for Contemporary Art
By Dr. Judy Thomas
April 2015

This research is funded by Arts Council England and Northumbria University.

Commissioned by Arts Council England (ACE), this paper sets out to create a best practice case study that champions, interrogates and demonstrates the BxNU partnership between BALTIC, Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University; part of a wider research strand that investigates the partnerships between cultural organisations and Higher Education Institutes (HEIs), it is hoped this will provide insights and entry points to trends that occur within the bigger picture of cultural ecology.

This research and resulting publication will support ACE to provide greater clarity on policy and strategic objectives that are shared with HEI leadership bodies, such as the Research Councils UK (RCUK) and Universities UK (UUK), to both increase the profile of joint working and enable greater prioritisation of partnership development on the ground.

This will also support ACE in their working relationships with key specialist HEI cultural policy research units, looking at how policy and evaluation research partnerships can better inform and support the sector in meeting ACE strategic goals.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyNorthumbria University
Number of pages71
Publication statusUnpublished - 6 Jun 2015

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