Art Writing and Publishing in Southeast Asia: Sustainable Ecosystems and Infrastructures

The workshop(s) for this project will take place in Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand.
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This programme offers a long-term co-learning framework for a cohort of twenty ECRs in Southeast Asia to produce academic research publications, develop collaborative funding proposals and strengthen professional networks regionally and internationally. Organised over a two-year period, and with direct involvement of its participants in shaping the programme, it will further strengthen the institutional network among its participants and co-organising project partners in five countries – Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand – and beyond. Through a detailed programme of mentoring, research seminars and intensive workshops the programme provides a rigorous environment for advanced research approaches in the field, to support each ECR to publish in academic and professional journals, and to establish the groundwork for long-term relationships with academic publishers, peers, and professional contacts in the field, towards establishing new transnational research ecosystems and infrastructures to support participants’ work in the long term and develop sustainable academic cultures

Workshop Team: Dr Adeena Mey, University of the Arts London; Dr Thanavi Chotpradit, Silpakorn University; Dr David Morris, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London; Professor Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez, University of the Philippines; Ms Brigitta Isabella, KUNCI Study Forum and Collective; Mr Lyno Vuth, Sa Sa Art Projects, Cambodia.

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