CCSE Conversations

CCSE Conversations

In May 2020, CCSE hosted a virtual conference ‘Festivals, Events & COVID 19’. The event was convened in response to the change and upheaval brought about by the advent of the COVID pandemic – a way in which CCSE could bring together stakeholders from across the realms of culture, arts and sports, to explore, discuss and reflect upon the rapid change enveloping society.

The virtual conference was hugely successful with a significant audience on the day of the live broadcast augmented by continued engagement with the recorded conference post event.The idea for #CCSEConversations emerged from this initial platform, CCSE is keen to continue the discussion with expert stakeholders from across the spectrum of our activity.

The inaugural series of #CCSEConversations began to broadcast on a weekly basis in late summer 2020. These conversations are archived below.

Festivals, Events & COVID19

Festivals, Events & COVID19 was a virtual event organised and hosted by CCSE in May 2020. The conference was an opportunity to hear from speakers active at various critical intersections of the art/sport/culture/festival and event nexus. We invited academics, policy and practitioner stakeholders, to share their experiences of COVID19 to date and, to explore the implications of the pandemic for their sectoral interests in the longer term

CCSE doctoral researcher Callum McCloskey & North Carolina State’s Professor Jason Bocarro discuss student athlete mental health, US sporting culture and related topics.

Prof Sandro Carnicelli speaks to Joanna Maranhão – Brazillian Olympic Swimmer, Survivor, Advocate & Researcher. In a wide-ranging discussion, Joanna and Sandro cover elite athletes and mental health, wellbeing and progressive change, child abuse and safeguarding, rights, human rights, sport mega events and athlete activism [TW].

CCSE doctoral researcher talks to North Carolina State’s Dr Michael Edwards: Soccer Development in the USA

Dr Briony Sharp in conversation with Scottish Women in Sport Founder, Maureen McGonigle.

Dr Sandro Carnicelli, Romane Boyer & Caro Overy from Creative Carbon Scotland discussing festivals, events and the climate emergency.

Gemma Lunsdaine, Isaac Dunning & Erin Swann join Professor Gayle McPherson to discuss the pandemic and its impact on sports participation, accessibilty and venues.

Jenny Flinn talks to Mitchell Simpson from the Glasgow Rocks Basket Ball Team: 19th May, 2021

Community Arts during and after the pandemic: 10th March, 2021

Get Digital – Building Digital Skills to end Homelessness: 11th February, 2021

Tackling Digital Inequality together in Govan and surrounding areas: 3rd February, 2021

Surviving COVID – The Future of Festivals in Europe (and beyond): 27th January, 2021

Covid-19 in Sports & Culture in the Caribbean: 16th December, 2020

The Shift to Digital: Social, Capital and Events: 9th December, 2020

Community Based Arts Research: 25th November, 2020

Consumer Behaviour, Events and Live FM: Fan Monitor project: 18th November, 2020

Tourism, Travel & Mobilities in a Pandemic World: 28th October, 2020

Prof Gayle McPherson in conversation with Director of the EU National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC_global), Gitte Zcshoch: 21st October, 2020

Culture, Festivity & Creative Place-Making: 14th October, 2020

Tourism, new ways of thinkng and how tourism will change: 7th October 2020

Sport tourism & sport events in a pandemic and post pandemic world: 9th September, 2020

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