After an exciting year of research on the creative economy in Argyll and Bute, we (Dr Simon McKerrell and Dr Jasmine Hornabrook) will be launching the final report and recommendations at Craignish Village Hall in Ardfern, Argyll and Bute. For more information, see: https://research.ncl.ac.uk/musicinargyll/ To RSVP, please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/report-launch-traditionalmusic-the-rural-creative-economy-in-argyll-tickets-49648715645
British Forum for Ethnomusicology One-day Conference 2015 Final Programme is available here for download ‘Ethnomusicology and Policy’ International Centre for Music Studies (ICMuS), Newcastle University. Date: Saturday 31st October 2015 Ethnomusicology holds an extended and substantial history of engagement with, and contribution to, public policy. This conference acknowledges that history, and points to … Continue reading One-day Ethnomusicology AND Policy conference, 2015.
We have recently received funds to support an outstanding student at postgraduate level--please do pass this on to anyone you think might benefit from studying with us at Newcastle University: Deadline 7th September 2018! Elsie Jeffery Memorial Bursary for Masters study at the International Centre for Music Studies, Newcastle University VALUE OF AWARD … Continue reading Short turnaround Postgraduate Bursary Newcastle Uni