Outcomes

Events

13th March 2014 Knowledge Exchange Event: Film & Broadcasting, College of Arts Showcase, University of Glasgow, Glasgow ‘Shaping Scotland’s Talent’.

24th March 2014  Fourth research workshop: Higher Education & Creative knowledge: exploring digital co-production and communities, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, ‘Shaping Scotland’s Talent: a knowledge exchange project with the Screen Industries in Scotland’.

31st March 2014 Workshop 1 – Conceptualising Talent: Privileging Change and Flexibility Onscreen and Off, The Screening Room, CitizenM, Glasgow

28th May 2014 Workshop 2 – Identifying and Nurturing Talent: Best Practice and New Pathways in the Screen Industries, The Mews, NASUWT, Edinburgh

28th29th August 2014 Becoming Scotland: Screen Cultures in a small Nation” Conference, Queen Margaret University, Panel ‘Scotland’s Got Talent: Conceptualising and Developing Talent in the Screen Industries’.

28th August Becoming Scotland: Screen Cultures in a small Nation” Conference, Queen Margaret University, ‘Talent Spotting’: Conceptualising the Film and TV Workforce in Scotland’.

 

Workshop Reports

31st March 2014 Workshop 1 – Conceptualising Talent: Privileging Change and Flexibility Onscreen and Off, The Screening Room, CitizenM, Glasgow

28th May 2014 Workshop 2 – Identifying and Nurturing Talent: Best Practice and New Pathways in the Screen Industries, The Mews, NASUWT, Edinburgh

 

Journal Articles

Kelly, L. and Champion, K. (submitted) Shaping Screen Talent: Conceptualising and developing the Film and TV Workforce in Scotland, Cultural Trends, Early career researchers special issue

 

Blogs

2nd May 2014 Erica Horton, University of East Anglia – The Trouble with Calling People Talented: broadcasting’s search for diversity and diversity’s search for broadcasting available at:  http://cstonline.tv/the-trouble-with-calling-people-talented