Exploring benefit, impact and potential of higher education and cultural partnership.
CFN is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced consultant or team of consultants to carry out research with the cultural and higher education sectors in order to explore:
- An estimate of the diversity and scale of arts and cultural sector partnerships.
- Benefits to the cultural sector from the HE sector partnerships.
- Benefits to HEIs of arts and cultural sector partnerships.
- Impact of CV19 on the interdependence between the arts, culture and HE and its future potential.
The findings of the consultation will inform the content of up to three discussion groups, one of which will be attended by senior leaders from HE and the arts and culture, chaired by Darren Henley.
Download the CFN Consultation Brief for further information and details on how to apply.
Timescale and fee
The fee for this work is up to a maximum of £8000 inclusive of all expenses and VAT.
A small additional budget is available to cover the costs of interviewees who are freelance or from non-core funded micro-organisations.
Send your proposal to email@example.com no later than midnight on 6 April 2021. Details of what should be included in the proposal can be found in the CFN Consultation Brief
If you have any queries about the brief and tender process please contact either Sue Hayton, Cultural Institute firstname.lastname@example.org or Lesley Patrick email@example.com