Artistic Doctorate Resources

Description

Visioning the Future focused on exploring the landscape of doctoral education in Performing Arts and Film / Screen Media in Ireland. This resource aims to support students, staff, and institutions to enhance their doctoral provision for Artistic Research PhDs [over 60 Creative Commons licensed resources are available on the site]. 

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

This resource maps out common challenges and modes of doing in Artistic Research Doctorates. It offers tools and strategies to overcome specific challenges and to support students, supervisors, and institutions in making the most out of the doctoral journey in artistic practice. Users can navigate from the home page bubbles and / or from the drop-down menu. You can approach each topic independently as needed and download all resources in PDF form. You are welcome to use them in your studies, research or (for institutions) to develop resources / protocols / policy; please note that all materials are licenced under Creative Commons CC BY-NC 4.0.

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