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Research project

Building Exchange: Capacity, Resilience and Sustainable Eco-systems in the Global Creative and Cultural Industries

Project overview

This project brings together three research partners: Kochi-Muziris art Biennale in India, the Banlieue Films Festival in Senegal, and Digital Suzhou Festival in China.

Through a series of roundtable events designed to facilitate knowledge exchange this research project will explore how global arts can creatively respond to economic challenges, lead in policy development, build capacity and lead towards strategic understanding of how large-scale art events can be managed, maintained and ‘shared’ to ensure capacity building, knowledge exchange and inclusive, sustainable growth in the long term.


Other researchers

Professor Ed D'souza PhD, MA, FRSA

Personal Chair

Research interests

  • socially engaged art practice
  • critical design practice
  • design anthropology

Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

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