As part of The Exchange Collaborative Awards process we are offering a collaboration workshop to teams of academic researchers and creatives who wish to submit an application to the 9th June 2016 deadline. This workshop is not a compulsory part of the application process, but attending will strengthen your application, and will, we hope, be a constructive development opportunity regardless of the outcome of your application.
Who is this event for?
Both the academic and creative partner should attend the workshop.
What is the purpose of this event?
Designing a strong collaborative research project is an art in itself – but most research preparation time is typically spent on deciding what to do rather than how to collaborate. In this practical workshop, you’ll learn how to build a deeper understanding of which values are shared between partners (and which aren’t), and how to use this information to avoid common collaboration pitfalls and build partnerships that work.
What will happen at this event?
Our experienced facilitators will guide you through creative, interactive exercises that will change the way you design and implement any collaborative activity – not just research in the traditional sense – and transform your understanding of concepts like ‘impact’ and ‘outcomes’. You’ll learn how to develop and use values-based indicators to monitor and evaluate your activities on your own terms, right from the start.
Although this workshop is designed to assist you with your application to The Exchange Collaborative Awards, it will also provide you with useful skills and resources to take forward into your research or creative practice.
More Event Information
This workshop is brought to you in association with Fossbox.
For those who are unable to attend, please note that we are also providing a webinar. For full details please select:
Webinar – Thurs 26 May 2016
Webinar – Fri 27 May 2016 (repeat)
We appreciate that attendance at a workshop event will be a significant time investment, particularly for individuals and small businesses. Micro businesses with a turnover of less than £100k and artists can apply for a refund for reasonable travel expenses. If you intend to apply for travel expenses, it is essential that you clear this in advance with TCCE via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ECRs should be able to access funding for travel through their department – this has been discussed with partner HEIs.