Are you interested in finding out about innovative Salford arts projects to engage with local communities?
Fancy learning more about what ‘knowledge transfer’ can actually entail?
Then come along to a talk by Paul Haywood and Sam Ingleson tomorrow, Thursday 15 April, from 4 – 5pm at the University of Salford (Rayleigh Room, Faraday House). This is taking place as part of the Vice-Chancellor Early Career Researcher programme.
Paul and Sam are based in the School of Art and Design, and they are currently involved in a three year AHRC Knowledge Transfer Fellowship, all about creative engagement to support arts and enterprise skills in schools. Their work encourages young people in economically disadvantaged areas to take ownership of creative community initiatives.
It promises to be a very interesting talk. If you would like to attend, please can you email Sandra Wadeson, s.wadeson[@]Salford.ac.uk