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Call for Participants: Collaborative Learning in the Arts, Society & the Humanities (CLASH)
23 June 2014
- Are you an Arts and Humanities PhD, post doctoral or early career researcher?
- Are you based at UCL, King’s College London or the School of Advanced Study?
- Interested in museums, heritage and the cultural sector?
- Would you like practical training to develop your public engagement and communication skills?
- Would you like the chance to develop your public engagement skills working with a cultural partner?
If yes, then Collaborative Learning in the Arts, Society and the Humanities (CLASH) could be for you.
Collaborative Learning in the Arts, Society and Humanities
CLASH is a programme of public engagement training, support and funded project activity designed specifically for Arts and Humanities PhD, post doctoral and early career researchers from University College London, King’s College London and the School of Advanced Study.
- support our public engagement training programme designed specifically for Arts and Humanities researchers
- provide 12 CLASH Fellowships (collaborative projects with clear public engagement aims) open on a competitive basis to participants in CLASH and each supported by up to £2500.
*Priority will be given to researchers funded by the AHRC but, where capacity allows, researchers funded from other sources in Arts and Humanities disciplines will be very welcome.
CLASH is funded by an Arts and Humanities Research Council Collaborative Skills Development grant.
We are recruiting participants now
We are gearing up for CLASH to take place in the academic year 2014/15. If you are even a little bit curious and would like to find out more, please register your interest in finding out more. We will then keep you up to date with training, funding and cultural partner opportunities