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WP3: The Governance of Cultural IntermediationDr Beth PerrySenior Research Fellow and Associate Director Centre for Sustai...
Aims and objectives To critically evaluate the role of intermediaries in the changing governance of culturaleconomy initia...
Why does this matter?  Public sector funding cuts, localism and ‘Big Society’   Institutional support for capacity-buildin...
How does this contribute to the project and other            work packages?WP0: Theory and practice of cultural intermedia...
What are the main research questions?
What methods and approaches will be             used?   Starting point of governance/institutional analysis – regulative, ...
Partners, stakeholders and communities     FIGURE 1                                      Policy-makers/Influencers        ...
Outputs   Journal articles on governance, cities, culturaleconomy and cultural intermediaries   Policy and practice briefi...
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2012 april bp governance

Introductory slides for Work Package 3, examining the governance of cultural intermediation

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2012 april bp governance

  1. 1. WP3: The Governance of Cultural IntermediationDr Beth PerrySenior Research Fellow and Associate Director Centre for Sustainable Urban andRegional Futures (SURF), University of Salford Manchester
  2. 2. Aims and objectives To critically evaluate the role of intermediaries in the changing governance of culturaleconomy initiatives and how different actors undertaking cultural intermediation operate What?Changing governance of cultural economy and content of cultural economyinitiatives Who?Types and roles of cultural intermediation, resources, connections Why?Rationales and assumptions underpinning policy and practice How?Performing cultural intermediation in a changing context
  3. 3. Why does this matter? Public sector funding cuts, localism and ‘Big Society’ Institutional support for capacity-building within communitiesshifting CI cannot be understood without analysing contemporarygovernance and policy landscape What and how? Actual and potential…
  4. 4. How does this contribute to the project and other work packages?WP0: Theory and practice of cultural intermediaries, typologies and framings(‘cultural intermediaries’; ‘cultural economies’; ‘communities’)WP1: Values, assumptions and rationales; best practices; mapping andevaluationWP2: historical WP 3: role of WP 4: formal, WP 5: guiding/ contemporary state, cultural conditions and frameworks foranalysis, economy and contexts, framing interventions and2005-2015 role of cities community local panelsWP 6: contribution to reflexive process, seminar, policy briefings and bestpractices
  5. 5. What are the main research questions?
  6. 6. What methods and approaches will be used? Starting point of governance/institutional analysis – regulative, cognitive andnormative analysis – but influenced by RF National interviews (10) – ACE, RSA, DCMS, Creative Partnerships, A-N etc Mapping local landscapes: policy frameworks, organisations, networks,individuals, communities Case studies of forms of cultural intermediation informed by/informing WPs1-5 – involving mini-placements and work shadowing as part of above 25 local interviews in each city-region Diaries and biographies with 10 cultural intermediaries in each city-regionand focus group 1 day policy/academic workshop through seminar series (WP6) Exhibition of materials Legal frameworks analysis / PhD
  7. 7. Partners, stakeholders and communities FIGURE 1 Policy-makers/Influencers International DCMS; Mcr and Bham City Councils; Core Cities; British Council; NESTA Artists/Creatives/Independent Intermediaries Festivals/Events/Venues/Sites Mitra Memarzia; Chris Jam; Manchester International Laura Drane; Ruth Daniel; Festival; Unconvention; Sheni Ravji-Smith Islington Mill; Media City Communities WP4/5 Intermediary Organisations Arts and Cultural Delivery Visiting Arts; Creative Organisations Partnerships; AIR; Community Sampad; Brighter Sounds; Development Trust; NHS; Arts Unity Radio; BBC; B’ham Council; Voluntary Arts Museums / Galleries /Library Network; RSA BBC; Academic Tony Whyton; Paul Benneworth; Louis Moreno; Justin O’Connor; Malcolm EamesLinks to EU HERAnetwork; AHRCCreative City Network Local
  8. 8. Outputs Journal articles on governance, cities, culturaleconomy and cultural intermediaries Policy and practice briefings Workshop on intermediaries in the culturaleconomy Materials generated for exhibition andmultiplatform content UK conference paper Contributions to other aspects of project(evaluation frameworks/best practices/guidance)

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