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John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment
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John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment. Slides from the University of Liverpool Learning and Teaching Conference 2009. …

John Flamson: The Culture Campus and its implications for Graduate employment. Slides from the University of Liverpool Learning and Teaching Conference 2009.

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* Outline the University’s interface with the arts and cultural sector – Culture Campus; bi-lateral links with arts/cultural organisations and umbrella bodies; links with the City Council; NWCO and Impacts 08
* Refer to the types of jobs coming up in the sector.
* Encourage University students to engage with the sector as audience, volunteers, placements and potential recruits.

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  • 1. CULTURE CAMPUSand its implications for graduate employment<br />‘<br />
  • 2. CULTURE SCENEThe Players<br /><ul><li>Funders
  • 3. Liverpool City Council
  • 4. Culture Collective
  • 5. Umbrella organisations
  • 6. Individual organisations
  • 7. Education</li></ul>‘<br />
  • 8. CULTURE SCENEThe Sub-sectors<br /><ul><li>Visual arts
  • 9. Performing arts
  • 10. Heritage
  • 11. Music production
  • 12. Moving image
  • 13. Creative digital</li></ul>‘<br />
  • 14. CULTURE CAMPUSWhat is it?<br /><ul><li>Membership – HEIs and LARC (part)
  • 15. Leadership group/network
  • 16. Meeting point for ideas
  • 17. Convener
  • 18. Prompter for research
  • 19. Broker of initiatives</li></ul>‘<br />
  • 20. UNIVERITYinterface with the arts &amp; culture sector<br /><ul><li>Civic university – members and sponsors
  • 21. Member of Culture Campus
  • 22. Runs NW Culture Observatory
  • 23. Runs Impacts 08
  • 24. Strategic review
  • 25. Considering a new Institute
  • 26. Students and staff as consumers/producers of culture
  • 27. Arts venue</li></ul>‘<br />
  • 28. ARTS &amp; CULTURE SECTORHow important is it?<br /><ul><li>Government policies
  • 29. Impacts 08 work
  • 30. Recent survey of LARC
  • 31. Other evidence
  • 32. Enterprise = culture
  • 33. Culture = enterprise</li></ul>‘<br />
  • 34. ARTS &amp; CULTURE SECTOROpportunities<br /><ul><li>Rich experience – part of the audience
  • 35. Volunteering
  • 36. Short term placements
  • 37. Longer term internships
  • 38. Research/joint PhDs
  • 39. Jobs</li></ul>‘<br />
  • 40. ARTS &amp; CULTURE SECTORType of work needed<br /><ul><li>Time-limited versus permanent
  • 41. Project focused
  • 42. General management
  • 43. Marketing and sales: audience development
  • 44. Community outreach/partnerships
  • 45. Creative production</li></ul>‘<br />
  • 46. THE UNIVERSITYWhat should it do?<br /><ul><li>Open up the campus to the sector
  • 47. Have bi-lateral discussions with the key players
  • 48. Support through memberships/sponsorships
  • 49. Stimulate demand from the sector
  • 50. Organise research collaborations
  • 51. Create an arts & culture placements programme</li></ul>‘<br />
  • 52. “…more lively, innovative and modern…”<br />STUDENTSWhat do they think?<br />46% agree that Liverpool has lots of arts and cultural activities<br />“The city has a richer cultural background, a good history and renowned art scene”<br />“Liverpool is a unique city with its own culture”<br />“…more diverse. More accessible. More enjoyable...”<br />
  • 53. STUDENTSWhat do they think?<br />8% agree that the University campus has lots of arts and cultural activities<br />54% agree that taking part in extra-curricular arts and cultural activities is important to them <br />60% have not attended any arts / cultural events on campus<br />More than half say they would get more involved in arts and cultural activities if there were more on campus <br />Nearly 9 in 10 would like to be more involved in arts and cultural activities<br />
  • 54. STUDENTSWhat should they do?<br /><ul><li>Attend events/visit arts venues in the City
  • 55. Organise arts & cultural events on the campus
  • 56. Invite the big players to come to the Campus
  • 57. Express interest in placements
  • 58. Identify research possibilities
  • 59. Think and behave creatively!!</li></ul>‘<br />
  • 60. CLOSING THOUGHT<br />Learning is what you remember, long after you have forgotten the education you had!<br />‘<br />

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