Over the course of a packed and exciting day, there will be a wide range of activities across nine zones ranging from theatrical, operatic, and poetry performances to debates, keynotes and presentations, film screenings, 36o-degree shows, collaborative workshops, hackathons, tech demos, exhibits and artistic responses.
The Common Ground activities will be run by participants from organisations across the UK including Higher Education Institutions, cultural organisations, museums and galleries such as the British Library, National Archives, TATE London, the National Railways Museum and Sage Gateshead, and community groups.
AHRC Commons Fellow, Professor Richard Clay, said:
“This event promises to be a wonderful celebration of the AHRC Commons community, an opportunity to share knowledge and expertise, to establish new networks and projects, to be inspired, and to further develop the case for the importance of arts and humanities research.”
Join us at our Common Ground gathering in the University of York on Tuesday 21st June…