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– A CREATe Capacity Building Event (also marking the 1st anniversary of CREATe’s formal launch!)
The aim of this internal CREATe workshop was to bring together all researchers within CREATe who are working on this topic and who are also employing a range of cognate methodologies, notably the interview but also a range of ethnographic approaches. This follows the CREATe’s long-term agenda to develop insights and debate beyond particular projects by highlighting common thematic interests and contrasting findings.
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Programme 30th Jan 2014
1200 onwards Out of Town Delegates Arrive at Belhaven Hotel.
1800 onwards Dinner at Oran Mor.
Programme 31st Jan 2014 (full version below; concise pdf here)
Venue: The Senate Room, Main Building, University of Glasgow G12 8QQ
(Presentation Format: 20 minute talks + 5 minute response from discussant + 10 minutes for Q&A.)
0845 Registration over Tea / Coffee
0915 Introduction to the Day / Philip Schlesinger, who will chair the event. Formal welcome by Murray Pittock (College of Arts), Anne Anderson (College of Social Sciences) and Mark Furse (School of Law).
0930 Fashion Start-Ups in London and Berlin: Preliminary Observations and Notes on Method/ Angela McRobbie and Tania Phipps-Rufus (pdf) || Discussant Philip Schlesinger
1005 Creative Circulation: Digitisation, Copying and Musical Practice: Methodological Lessons (pdf)/ Keith Negus || Discussant Lilian Edwards
1040 Networking over Tea / Coffee
1115 Researching Labour Markets in the Creative Industries (pdf)/ Ruth Towse || Discussant Gillian Doyle
1150 How are Today’s Musicians Earning Money? – A multi-methods research project examining changes in musicians’ sources of income (pdf)/ Jean Cook (Director of Programs/ Future of Music Coalition) || Discussant Adam Behr
1330 Multi-methods Case Study – Researching a Cultural Agency/ Philip Schlesinger, Melanie Selfe and Ealasaid Munro (pdf coming soon) Chair: Martin Kretschmer
1430 Closing session: Open Discussion of the Day
1500 Tea / Coffee with Cakes / Delegates start to depart
Full Programme and Delegate List (pdf)