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Cultural Enquiries

Cultural Enquiries

Our Cultural Enquiries provide access to academic expertise and a neutral space in which the cultural sector can come together to address shared questions and common concerns.

Our current Cultural Enquiries include:

The Creative Role of Research: Understanding research impact in the creative and cultural sector  
This report draws on the data from the last REF to interrogate the ways in which academics and creative practitioners have forged relationships, collaborated, borrowed from and influenced one another.

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Towards cultural democracy: promoting cultural capabilities for everyone
On the basis of a 15-month research project, this Enquiry presents a timely, distinctive vision of how to build a cultural life for the UK that is valuable for everyone, and made by all.


The art of soft power

This cultural enquiry aims to understand how art and culture feature in the mechanisms of international relations, focussing on one specific setting: the United Nations Office in Geneva (UNOG).


The art of partnering

A Cultural Enquiry in collaboration with the BBC into the role partnership plays in enabling publicly funded cultural institutions to enhance the quality and diversity of their work across the UK.


Step by step: arts policy and young people 1944–2014

A Cultural Enquiry into access to the arts for young people that explored 70 years of policy making in this area.

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Culture and major events

A Cultural Enquiry exploring the role that the arts and culture sector can play in adding value to sporting and major events.

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