UACA a smash at iNARPA conference!

UACA’s cutting-edge research on arts networks and audiences went down a treat yesterday at the iNARPA symposium on Audience Research in Leeds.

As part of a packed programme of all things audience-related, Dr Sarah Price and Prof Stephanie Pitts were there to present some of their research findings, with a paper on ‘Researching with arts networks: shaping questions, sharing knowledge‘ (you can access the abstract for their paper here). UACA’s research seemed to really resonate with listeners!

We have to share our audiences, if we want them to come back again —

 Dr Sarah Price

 

 

There was also lots of inspiration to be had throughout the rest of the symposium — and a fantastic Twitter conversation! #iNARPA  Thanks iNARPA for a great symposium!

Want to find out more about SPARC’s contemporary arts research project? Click here: sparc.dept.shef.ac.uk/uaca