EARC embodied research ‘speed dating’ event

26 April 2021

As part of the EARC Culture, Connection and Creativity theme, the Kent Embodied Research Collective (KERC) is hosting a virtual “speed dating” event between 16:00-18:00 on 27 May to bring colleagues together to explore the potential for embodied practices and research methods. Embodied research takes many forms across the disciplines, and cross-disciplinary dialogue can lead to exciting and valuable new collaborations, which KERC and the Eastern ARC aim to foster.

Registration for the event is available here. 

At the event, participants will have a chance to talk individually in breakout rooms. Each conversation, which will last no more than five minutes, will be an opportunity to exchange details of your interests and project plans, and all participants will be able to meet all others in the rotation. Following the event, mutual ‘likes’ will be collated by the host and participants will be contacted with their potential matches.

The event is free and open to all. However, a maximum of 14 participants can take part, and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you want more information, contact Dr Freya Vass (University of Kent).

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