Creative practice, complexity and the creative economy (May 2012, Birmingham UK)

Date: 31 May 2012
Location: Birmingham University, UK
Website: http://www.complexity-creative-economy.net/final-research-symposium.html
Deadline for abstracts: 1 April 2012

This research symposium constitutes the closing event of the AHRC funded project ‘The role of complexity in the creative economies: connecting people, ideas and practice’ (AH/J5001413/1).

The symposium is an opportunity for us to share our findings but is also an opportunity to engage with other academics and practitioners doing research on the creative economy or on creative practice and using complexity methods. We would welcome paper proposals from academic and practitioners’ discussing their investigations and experiences of using complexity theory in their research on the creative economy or in their creative practice and the potential methodological challenges involved.


All interested scholars and practitioners are invited to submit, by email, an abstract for their proposed contribution to the symposium of around 1,000 words by no later than 1st April 2012 at: R.Comunian@kent.ac.uk

More information can be found on the project website: http://www.complexity-creative-economy.net/final-research-symposium.html

Organisers:
Dr Roberta Comunian, Kent University
Dr Katerina Alexiou, Open University
Dr Caroline Chapain, Birmingham University

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About Filippo Salustri
I'm a design methodologist and Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. Adjectives that describe me include: secular humanist, meritocrat, and long-winded. Some people call me a positivist too, as if that were a bad thing. Go figure. My real home page is http://deseng.ryerson.ca/~fil.

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