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DR. ALASTAIR ROY (UCLAN) Research and Evaluation


LAURA SWITHENBANK Research and Programme Support Laura Swithenbank leads research and programme support for Heart of Glass. She graduated from The University of Leeds in 2014 with a Masters Degree in Art Gallery and Museums Studies researching and writing about ways to make arts and heritage accessible to people with learning disabilities. Laura is interested in arts and heritage funding and resistance to ableism and austerity in the post-industrial north of England. Her previous experience includes working on projects within Feminist Archive North, Leeds Art Gallery and The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, assisting with archival projects and community engagement work.


Alastair Roy is Reader in Psychosocial Research and Co-Director of the Psychosocial Research Unit, University of Central Lancashire. With a professional background in youth and community work, and social work Alastair joined the University of Central Lancashire in 2000. He is an experienced research academic, having undertaken commissioned work for Arts Council England, the Gulbenkian Foundation, the Economic and Social Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Home Office, the Prison Service, police forces, several drug and alcohol action teams, local authorities and a range of independent organisations. Alastair has a particular interest in the development of psychosocial and psychosocietal approaches to research. Exploring the links between social responsibility and the social imagination has been central to work he has undertaken across the fields of social welfare, health and the cultural sector. He has three research partnerships within the Creative People and Places Programme, in St Helens, East Lancashire and Blackpool. Other recent work has centred on the relationship between socially engaged arts and well-being, and the role of cultural activity in health, welfare and justice.


ADDITIONAL CAPACITIES and Supports As a team we are also supported by specialist contributors on a project-by-project basis, as well as a range of project delivery partners. These experts include producers related to the field of social and collaborative arts practice, technical support, fundraising and development specialists, critical friends, communications and audience development experts, teams of volunteers as well as diverse groups of collaborators and co- commissioners.


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