Evidence Repository

The NCACE Evidence Repository houses over 200 evidence sources on the scale, extent, nature, drivers, and wider impacts of knowledge exchange and collaborations between Higher Education and the arts and culture sectors. Materials are arranged under eight themed categories: General Knowledge Exchange, Culture Related Knowledge Exchange, Knowledge Exchange and Covid-19, Toolkits and Skills for Knowledge Exchange, Placemaking and Levelling Out, Health and Wellbeing, Technologies for Social Good and Environment and Climate Emergency.

Collaboration and Knowledge Transfer between SMEs and Universities

Andrew Johnston,  Enterprise Research Centre (2020)

UK Research and Development Roadmap

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) (2021)

Doing Arts Research in a Pandemic

Midgelow, V.L.,  The Culture Capital Exchange (2020)

Knowledge Sharing and Exchange in a Pandemic

The Culture Capital Exchange,  The Culture Capital Exchange (2020)

Supporting the Creative Industries: The Impact of the ‘Preston Model’ in Lancashire

Professor Philip B Whyman, Dr Adrian Wright, Mary Lawler , Dr Alina Petrescu,  Policy & Evidence Centre (2022)

Research Digest: Older People’s Physical Health

Dowlen, R.,  Centre for Cultural Value (2022)

From surviving to thriving: Building a model for sustainable practice in creativity and mental health

Victoria Hume, Minoti Parikh,  Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance (2022)

What's Up With Everyone?

Professor Paul Crawford, Aardman Animations,  University of Nottingham (2022)

Persistent Identifiers as IRO Infrastructure

Kotarski, R.,  Towards a National Collection (2022)

Deep Discoveries

Angelova, L.,  Towards a National Collection (2021)

Examining the Potential of Art-Science Collaborations in the Anthropocene: A Case Study of Catching a Wave

Peterson, K. et al.,  Frontiers in Marin Science: Marine Affairs and Policy (2020)

Breath:2022

Dryden Goodwin,  Invisible Dust (2022)

CREATURES DELIVERABLE: Review report of transformational strategies

Braybrooke, K., Houston, L., Light, A.,  CreaTures project (2022)