New REACT working paper published

We've published a new working paper all about supporting collaboration between creative businesses and academics. 'Curating Collaboration' offers five

As part of an ongoing process of research and evaluation, at the end of 2013 we published REACT's second working paper.

Curating Collaboration gathers together material generated by interviews with collaborators from REACT’s first two funding calls, Heritage and Books and Print, and observations of the REACT process to investigate how professional identities, personal experiences and curation interplay in collaborative R&D.

The purpose of this paper is to offer an insight into the experience of collaborative projects in this field and offer advice for those looking to run similar projects. It asks questions like: What roles do academics and creative practitioners play in REACT projects? What does it feel like to do collaborative work? What can we learn from the experience of our participants?

You can download the paper here.