To help ENCATC members (and new members who join) match their research interests to propose a RIC, members can register for a co-convenor speed-dating event that will take place on 21 May 2021!
- Register here (Deadline: 17 May 2021)
The main goal of ENCATC Research Interest Clusters is to enable members with an interest in a specific research topic or problematic within the arts and cultural management and policy field to work together to further research or to deepen understanding of that topic.
A RIC provides an online space for professional and social networking in which individuals with a shared and specialised research, education or professional interest can cluster, connect and move their knowledge interest forward and share it with the relevant and wider communities.
Co-convenor speed-dating process
How to get your research interests matched: Individuals apply for a speed-date to meet a potential co-convenor/s by Monday, 17 May
- Individuals apply for a speed-date to meet a potential co-convenor/s by Monday, 17 May
- ENCATC will match application topics with similar topics/people on Thursday, 20 May
- Speed-date participants will be informed if ENCATC found a match or more and confirm the speed-date to all involved either on Thursday, 20 May
- Speed-date on Friday, 28 May in Zoom breakout rooms by topic
- Final RICs proposal applications due by Friday, 4 June