Cultural leadership and the place of the artist

Posted in Uncategorized by chrisfremantle on October 21, 2015

Really excited to be working on a new phase of artists and leadership

On The Edge Research

Traditional Sicilian puppets at Rustico's restaurant, AberdeenOn The Edge has secured a new £100,000 international project to develop professional engagement with its research into artistic and cultural leadership at Gray’s School of Art. Establishing new relationships with the Clore Leadership Programme, Creative Scotland and ENCATC (the European network of cultural management and cultural policy education), the work will generate events and discussions with the cultural sector in London, Edinburgh and Brussels. New publications will be produced and the project aims to inform new developments in cultural leadership training, theory and practice.

The year-long initiative is funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) with further support from the three partners. It builds on the longstanding ‘Artist as Leader’ research as well as Jonathan Price’s Ph.D research into ‘Discourses of Cultural Leadership’ (2012-2015).  Price will co-ordinate the new project while Professor Anne Douglas and Chris Fremantle, the co-authors of the Artist as Leader report, will…

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  1. ontheedgeresearch said, on October 21, 2015 at 8:45 pm

    Thanks, Chris


    From: CHRIS FREMANTLE <> Reply-To: CHRIS FREMANTLE <> Date: Wednesday, 21 October 2015 21:42 To: Anne Douglas <> Subject: [New post] Cultural leadership and the place of the artist

    chrisfremantle posted: “Really excited to be working on a new phase of artists and leadership “

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