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How to ... develop people-centred research collaborations
Fun Palaces (Photo by Roswitha Chesher)
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How to … develop people-centred research collaborations

Sharing learning: How funders can support impactful research collaborations
Fun Palaces – Creative Cafe @ The Bureau Centre for the Arts, Blackburn 2022. Photo: Scott David Jackson
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Sharing learning: How funders can support impactful research collaborations

Three people looking at a piece of outdoor public art. The artwork is made up of larger notebook pages. The page to the front of the image has the text: to leaf is
To Leaf is to Learn - public art by Juanjo Novella and Simon Armitage (Photo by Mark Webster)
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Research Digest: Culture and placemaking

A performance group called "Without Walls" performs “Belly of the Whale”. They are stood on top of a seesaw-like sculpture in front of Wakefield Cathedral at Wakefield Council’s Seaside in the City.
Wakefield Council (Photo by Andy Hardwick))
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My essential reads: Artists’ livelihoods

An ensemble of violinists, guitarists, percussionists and guitarists perform on stage at Bridgewater Hall in front of a concert audience. They are backed by yellow and white lighting.
The Oracle at Bridgewater Hall. Photo by Gaelle Beri
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How to … create intimate and intense ‘classical music’ experiences

Image of three sculptures displayed on top of a green box. The background of colourful fabrics.
We Gather Exhibition at the Crafts Council Gallery, 2021. Vessels sculpture by Francisca Onumah. Photo by Ben Deakin.
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How to … amplify diverse voices in research and evaluation

Two people walking together through Leeds University's Union building.
University of Leeds
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How to … conduct a walking interview

Part of a large circle of people, of all ages stood together holding hands.
Circle of Trout. Photo © Anthony Schrag
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Research digest: The role of the artist in society

A top down view of a woman painting a brown and red pattern on a plate at a crafts table.
Crafts Council Living Labs (Photo by Gene Kavanagh)
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How to … approach anti-racist audience and community research