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Connecting, Collaborating, Creating: The Experiences of Creative Freelancers in Edinburgh in 2022 (2022)
Report
Connell, L., Orme, A., Osborne, N., Panneels, I., Patrick-Thomson, H., Terras, M., & Wojtkiewicz, O. (2022). Connecting, Collaborating, Creating: The Experiences of Creative Freelancers in Edinburgh in 2022. Edinburgh: Creative Edinburgh

This report provides a snapshot of the state and needs of creative freelancers in the Edinburgh region in 2022. The last few years have been both interesting and challenging for creative freelancers in Scotland. Given the constraints caused by the... Read More about Connecting, Collaborating, Creating: The Experiences of Creative Freelancers in Edinburgh in 2022.

Data-Driven Innovation for Sustainable Creative Practice (2022)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Lechelt, S., Panneels, I., & Helgason, I. (2022). Data-Driven Innovation for Sustainable Creative Practice. In Proceedings of the 35th British HCI and Doctoral Consortium 2022, UK. https://doi.org/10.14236/ewic/HCI2022.51

We present a film exhibiting eight case studies of projects dealing with the intersections of environmental sustainability, data and technology, which have all been led by and rooted in the creative industries in Scotland. The film highlights how the... Read More about Data-Driven Innovation for Sustainable Creative Practice.

Mapping the Anthropocene: The Harrisons’ and The Deep Wealth of this Nation, Scotland (2021)
Book Chapter
Panneels, I. (2021). Mapping the Anthropocene: The Harrisons’ and The Deep Wealth of this Nation, Scotland. In C. Travis, & V. Valentino (Eds.), Narratives in the Anthropocene era (321-342). Lago, Italy: Il Silent Edizioni

Mapping the Anthropocene considers The Deep Wealth of this Nation, Scotland (2018) by eco-art pioneers Helen Mayer and Newton Harrison. Known as the Harrisons, they deploy mapping to explore how a future Scotland could thrive and create surplus of ec... Read More about Mapping the Anthropocene: The Harrisons’ and The Deep Wealth of this Nation, Scotland.

Plugging the Data Gap: Freelance Workers in the Creative Industries (2021)
Other
Panneels, I., Terras, M., Jones, C., Helgason, I., & Komorowski, M. (2021). Plugging the Data Gap: Freelance Workers in the Creative Industries. https://www.pec.ac.uk/blog/plugging-the-data-gap-freelance-and-self-employed-workers-in-the-creative-industries

The lack of data on the self-employed and freelance workforce is a particularly severe problem for the creative industries, which are disproportionately made up of freelancers.

The value of mass-digitised cultural heritage content in creative contexts (2021)
Journal Article
Coleman, S., Terras, M., Thornton, P., Smyth, M., Schafer, B., Drost, S., …Speed, C. (2021). The value of mass-digitised cultural heritage content in creative contexts. Big Data and Society, 8(1), https://doi.org/10.1177/20539517211006165

How can digitised assets of Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums be reused to unlock new value? What are the implications of viewing large-scale cultural heritage data as an economic resource, to build new products and services upon? Drawing up... Read More about The value of mass-digitised cultural heritage content in creative contexts.

Creative Informatics Guide for Online Events (2020)
Preprint / Working Paper
Elsden, C., Chan, K., Erskine, P., Helgason, I., Lechelt, S., Osborne, N., …Speed, C. (2020). Creative Informatics Guide for Online Events

Creative Informatics is a research and development programme based in Edinburgh, which aims to bring the city’s world-class creative industries and tech sector together. We are a collaboration between University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier Univers... Read More about Creative Informatics Guide for Online Events.

How Can We Balance Research, Participation and Innovation as HCI Researchers? (2019)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Lechelt, S., Elsden, C., Helgason, I., Panneels, I., Smyth, M., Speed, C., & Terras, M. (2019, November). How Can We Balance Research, Participation and Innovation as HCI Researchers?. Presented at The Halfway to the Future Symposium 2019, Nottingham, UK

This paper reflects upon the growing expectation for HCI research projects to collaborate closely with partners in industry and civil society. Specifically, we suggest that this type of engagement is often prefigured around the agendas, needs and cap... Read More about How Can We Balance Research, Participation and Innovation as HCI Researchers?.

Glass—A Material Practice in the Anthropocene (2019)
Journal Article
Panneels, I. (2019). Glass—A Material Practice in the Anthropocene. Arts, 8(1), 7. https://doi.org/10.3390/arts8010007

This paper details and discusses Material Journey (2018), an art project by the author that was exhibited at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland (UK) from 9 June to 2 September 2018. This research project sought to interrogate the material impact... Read More about Glass—A Material Practice in the Anthropocene.