|Location:||London, New Cross|
|Salary:||£58,462 to £65,336|
|Placed On:||31st January 2023|
|Closes:||28th February 2023|
Reporting to: Gerald Lidstone, Director of ICCE
ICCE wishes to appoint an interdisciplinary scholar to consolidate its achievements, contribute to its emerging research strengths, and to teach on and be responsible for ICCE’s BA in Arts Management programme as Programme Director. The successful candidate will have a PhD (or equivalent) and a track record of research relevant to ICCE’s interdisciplinary areas in arts management, cultural policy, and cultural and creative industries. The candidate will have published in international peer-reviewed journals and ICCE is keen to encourage scholarship that demonstrates impact. We are keen that the candidate’s research interests will inform key elements of the programme, as well as inspire students to apply. The candidate will show the enthusiasm and skills to teach undergraduate students in modules on arts management, events management, and managing in cultural organisations, and to supervise undergraduate and PhD research.
Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship
ICCE is building on its ten years of success to become the most innovative research and teaching institute for creative/cultural management and entrepreneurship in Europe, with a worldwide reputation for research and teaching excellence. Having built a substantial student base over eight MAs, one BA, and a PG Diploma, it is now looking to consolidate that achievement and create an equally strong research profile and increased relationships with industry.
ICCE delivers entrepreneurship, cultural management, and policy education to the creative and cultural sectors, and supports research into new approaches to business, financial models and management in the Creative Economy. ICCE works across 12 existing departments, including: Theatre & Performance, Music, Design, Media and Communications, Computing, Sociology, Anthropology, Computing and the English and Comparative Literature. This reflects the realities of the creative, social and cultural sectors that play an increasingly important part of the economy in the UK and internationally.
Research at ICCE currently covers a range of areas including: Arts management, cities and inequalities, consumption, creative and cultural entrepreneurship, creative industries, cultural diplomacy, cultural economy, cultural policy, cultural tourism, fashion, intellectual property rights, pedagogy, social and cultural theory, social enterprise, and social innovation/new business models. At present the department has thirty-three academic and support staff. ICCE is also working collaboratively beyond Goldsmiths, with a range of partners – both within the higher education sector, local government, and the broader cultural industries sector.
Further information about ICCE is available on our webpage
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