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The Welsh Music Industries in a Post-Covid World: A Report for the Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee – Professor Paul Carr
Our latest post is by Dr Craig Hamilton (Birmingham City University) and introduces the Birmingham music map – part of the Birmingham Live Music Project that he is working on with Dr Patrycja Rozbicka and Live Music Exchange’s Dr Adam Behr. Craig provides an overview of the map’s functions and a walkthrough of the technical aspects of creating it.
Birmingham Live Music and Brexit – Patrycja Rozbicka, Craig Hamilton, Adam Behr, Patricia Correa Vila, Luke John Davies (2019)
Author(s): Patrycja Rozbicka, Craig Hamilton, Adam Behr, Patricia Correa Vila, Luke John Davies Organisation: Aston University/Birmingham City University/Newcastle University Date: 2019 A report produced through collaborative research work undertaken at Aston University, Newcastle University and Birmingham City University. It seeks to look at the ways in which the live music ecology of Birmingham is constituted and how the sector is approaching challenges related to local, national …
UK Live Music Census toolkit – Emma Webster, Matt Brennan, Adam Behr and Martin Cloonan with Jake Ansell (2018)
Author(s): Emma Webster, Matt Brennan, Adam Behr and Martin Cloonan with Jake Ansell Organisation: University of Edinburgh / Live Music Exchange Date: 2018 Download the UK Live Music Census toolkit (zipped file) For 24 hours from noon on Thursday 9th March 2017, an army of volunteers in cities across the country went out and about to live music events, from …
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