Cultural Policy, Professional Ethics and the Public Good
Kerry Wilson Thursday, December 13th, 2018
In her latest blog, ICC Head of Research and AHRC Leadership Fellow Kerry Wilson reviews her recent research seminar run in collaboration with the Institute of Applied Ethics at the University of Hull, where she debated the ethical implications of appropriating arts and culture as a form of ‘public good’.
Impacts 18: Legacies of Liverpool as European Capital of Culture, 10 years on
Beatriz Garcia Wednesday, October 17th, 2018
In this blog, ICC Director, Dr Beatriz García, discusses the research findings to be presented at the international…
Forging the Frontline: Public policy and communities of cultural practice
Kerry Wilson Monday, July 2nd, 2018
In the latest blog on her Instrumental Values study, the ICC’s Head of Research and AHRC Leadership Fellow Kerry Wilson discusses how she is using a communities of practice research framework to understand the multidisciplinary professional networks that create the real ‘frontline’ of crucial cultural work.
House of Memories Brazil – How Museums Can Meet the Global Dementia Challenge
Rafaela Ganga Saturday, June 30th, 2018
In her latest blog, ICC Research Associate Dr Rafaela Ganga, describes an innovative partnership between the ICC, National Museums Liverpool and Museu Paulista, which has focused on the potential value of the House of Memories dementia awareness training programme in a Brazilian context .