Resources
Analysis, Engagement, Recommendations

Analysing some of the immediate responses to the lockdown crisis suggests two possible and very different long term effects: either a re-enforcement or a re-evaluation of weaknesses in current arts, policy funding regimes and business models.

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Analysis of the interviews has made clear the need to develop greater coherence between the intentions of funders and the experiences of artists in the sector.

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Examining the funding of 'Art for Reconciliation': challenges and possibilities. Presented to delegates attending the first Exchange Forum at The Brian Friel Theatre, Queens’ University Belfast, 8 June 2019.

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What may at first seem like a false dichotomy, may well reveal a fundamental flaw in many current practices.

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A Question of Design: Understanding the impact of art on reconciliation in post-conflict societies. A case study from Northern Ireland.

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The Art for Reconciliation research team is asking artists, arts producers, audiences and participants to work with us on a series of short films exploring key concepts connected to our research.

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