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Title: Realities and impacts of museum-university partnerships in England
Author(s): Bonacchi, Chiara
Willcocks, Judy
Citation: Bonacchi C & Willcocks J (2016) Realities and impacts of museum-university partnerships in England. Museum University Partnership Initiative, funded by Arts Council England. London: Central Saint Martins with NCCPE for the Museum University Partnership Initiative.
Keywords: museums
Issue Date: May-2016
Date Deposited: 21-Jul-2018
Publisher: Central Saint Martins with NCCPE for the Museum University Partnership Initiative
Abstract: First paragraph: The Museum University Partnership Initiative (MUPI) is a collaboration between Share Academy and the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE), funded by Arts Council England (ACE). This report communicates and discusses the results of a specific component of MUPI, a 45-day long pilot study to begin: • Characterising the realities and impacts of museum university partnerships in England; • Identifying power asymmetries in museum university partnerships, and understanding how they can be minimised; • Examining how funding could be (re-)structured to facilitate more successful museum university partnerships.
Type: Technical Report
Affiliation: History
University of The Arts London
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