RGU researcher shortlisted for major international award

Gray's Research

A researcher at Robert Gordon University’s Gray’s School of Art has had his thesis shortlisted for the prestigious ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management Research.

Elena Borin (finalist), Annick Schramme (ENCATC President), GiannaLia Cogliandro Beyens (ENCATC Secretary General) and Jonathan Price (RGU)Jonathan Price is one of just two finalists for the Award, which aims to stimulate academic research that can inform policy making and benefit the cultural and creative sectors. The jury targets high quality research showing originality and an international dimension.

Jonathan’s thesis, which was funded by the University and based within Gray’s School of Art, is titled ‘The discourse of cultural leadership‘.

His PhD was awarded in February 2016 and he has since been a Senior Research Fellow at RGU, working to share the research with the cultural sector.

The PhD takes a critical look at how leadership has become a priority area in cultural policy and training. It analyses the experiences of a range of cultural professionals in the…

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