‘Naive’ arts partners exploited by the academy

“Universities are inadvertently ‘exploiting’ small arts organisations because of their superior negotiating skills when working on joint projects. An analysis commissioned by the London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange (LCACE), which supports knowledge-exchange work by the capital’s universities, claims that arts organisations are often ‘naive’ about the financial and legal issues inherent in such partnerships …” (more)

[Hannah Fearn, Times Higher Education, 4 February]


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