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I was in Edinburgh on Thursday to take part in the re.volution network Provocation Day: Who Else Could We Be Collaborating With Outside of The Arts & Cultural Sector & What is Stopping Us? re.volution is a peer learning network designed for the leaders of micro, small and medium sized arts and cultural organisations, organised by Mission Models Money. Thursday’s provocation day brought together leaders of arts organisation from across Scotland to discuss collaboration. We heard from systems thinker Dr Rupesh Shah from the Open University about how and why collaboration is so important in systems change and from Ariane Koek, Director of the Collide@CERN Artists Residency programme and Head of Arts at CERN, the world’s largest particle physics laboratory based outside Geneva and home of the Large Hadron Collider talking her work there. It was a really interesting and thought-provoking day and, as always, it was good to take some time out of a busy week to do some serious thinking and networking.
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