Knowledge exchange and public engagement funding

As part of the Knowledge Exchange and Impact strategy in the College of Arts, staff in the School of Culture and Creative Arts are driven by a deep commitment to the public benefit of their work. As teachers and researchers, we are engaged with the communities we serve, within Glasgow, a city of unique cultural vitality, in Scotland, the UK and the rest of the world.

We believe in a reciprocal exchange with our partners which benefits both sides and is based on mutual respect and trust. Our colleagues contribute to cultural life as creative practitioners, artists, composers, performers and curators. We influence government policy and public debates at a national and international level through consultancy, advice, reporting and journalism; we work with business and industry to promote growth and prosperity; and we engage in a mutually enriching dialogue with the public by working with schools and giving public lectures or appearing on the media.

Case Studies:

Aldeburgh Residency



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Guddling About

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Tapestry in the Round

Pic for research section (Raymond Boyle)