Artistic residencies as a platform for advanced research in art: the case of the School of Arts (Porto)

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The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation aims at securing Europe's global competitiveness. Within this programme, the STARTS initiative merges Science, Technology, and the ARTS by promoting the inclusion of artists in research and innovation projects by funding STARTS residencies of artists in technology institutions and of scientists and technologists in studio of artists.
Despite the relatively broad range of articles documenting the potential of artistic residencies as pedagogical tools (Moore, 2018; Engelmann et al, 2018), as a way of creating value from the interaction of art and business (Antal, 2012) or as way to convey/interpret scientific knowledge (Lee et al, 2017), there is still a research gap on how artistic residencies can enhance/support research activities of graduate art students.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCreative Industries Global Conference 2019 (CIGC-19)
PublisherFundación Iberoamericana de las Industrias Culturales y Creativas
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)9788494462399
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventCreative Industries Global Conference 2019 - Orihuela, Spain
Duration: 24 Oct 201925 Oct 2019


ConferenceCreative Industries Global Conference 2019
Abbreviated titleGIGC-19


  • Artistic research
  • Artistic residencies
  • Audiovisual art
  • Interdisciplinarity


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