Researching (Jazz) Festivals features festival directors and researchers talking about jazz and festivals (and jazz festivals), and sees the launch of From Glastonbury to Glyndebourne: The Impact of British Music Festivals, a new report for the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s about the impact of festivals. We have a full day programme, open to public, festival organisers, journalists and researchers, free of charge, taking place in Take Five Family Tent in the Montpellier Gardens during the festival.
The Impact of Festivals is a 12-month project funded under the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Connected Communities Programme, working with research partner organisation the EFG London Jazz Festival. The Principal Investigator is Professor George McKay, AHRC Leadership Fellow for the Connected Communities Programme, and Professor of Media Studies at the University of East Anglia. The Research Associate is Dr Emma Webster, co-founder and Director of Live Music Exchange.
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