Who fits in the creative world?
- The Graduate Centre, London Metropolitan University
- 10 December 2010 14:00-17:00
How Higher Education practices mirror and perpetuate inequalities in the arts and cultural sector
Following on from the launch of the research report Work placements in the arts and cultural sector: Diversity, equality and access and supporting toolkits http://www.ecu.ac.uk/news/non-traditional-students-find-it-more-difficult-to-find-work-placements-in-the-arts-and-cultural-sector London Metropolitan University are holding a seminar to explore the findings in greater detail.
Jocey Quinn (Plymouth University) and Kim Allen (London Metropolitan University)
Becoming the ‘ideal’ creative worker? Student work placements and processes of exclusion in the arts and cultural sector. Research for Equality Challenge Unit (ECU)
Penny Jane Burke (Roehampton University) and Jackie McManus (University of the Arts London)
Art for a Few: Exclusion & Misrecognition in Art & Design HE Admissions. Research for the National Arts and Learning Network (NALN)
The seminar is open to researchers, students, policy makers and workers within the arts and cultural sector.
Places are free but limited. To reserve a place please send your details to email@example.com or 0207 133 2658
If you would like further information on the seminar please contact Dr. Kim Allen on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 133 2620