Throughout 2016, together with my fellow ADAPT-r Experience Researchers Cecilia De Marinis and Dorotea Ottaviani, I have been running training activities in different research and professional environments.These activities have been relevant occasions to explore the topic of the Tacit Knowledge in Creative Practice Research, triggering reflections among PhD candidates and creative practitioners coming from different fields.
Workshop methodology is based on a participatory approach, involving activities of individual as well as collective production, facilitated and guided by a set of tools and triggering questions.
What is Tacit Knowledge?
What are the meanings of Tacit Knowledge in Creative Practice Research?
Where does Tacit Knowledge reside?
How does Tacit Knowledge work?
Where does Tacit Knowledge come from?
How one can transfer and make Tacit Knowledge explicit?
How do practitioners deploy their Tacit Knowledge?
How does the discovery of Tacit Knowledge affect and change the practice?
25th April 2016
ADAPT-r Fellows Workshop
Practice Research Symposium (PRS) Ghent 2016
27th June 2016
Workshop “Exploring Tacit Knowledge”
PhD by Design event at Design Research Society (DRS) 2016 Conference Brighton – UK
8th October 2016
Workshop “Tacit Knowledge in Creative Practice Research”
MDFF Milano Design Film Festival / Milan, Italy
27th October 2016
ADAPT-r Workshop “The Role of the Mentors in Creative Practice Research”
Glasgow school of Art, Glasgow, UK
All these training activities have been carried out by Alice Buoli, Cecilia De Marinis and Dorotea Ottaviani.
The research leading to these results has received funding from the People Programme (Marie Curie Actions) of the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme FP7/2007- 2013/ under REA grant agreement n° 317325.
Cover Image: ADAPT-r Workshop “The Role of the Mentors in Creative Practice Research” Glasgow school of Art, Glasgow, UK