Three networks, three working groups, three conferences;
symposia, an exhibition and a publication
ELIA and GradCAM, Dublin jointly coordinate the SHARE academic network. The European Commission has selected the project for structural funding over the period 2010-2013.
36 graduate schools and institutions engaged in third-cycle research in the arts take part, representing almost all European countries.
SHARE consists of three networks, working independently:
A network of existing graduate schools to develop innovative, cross-disciplinary approaches and programmes of world-class excellence, building upon the current EARN European Artistic Research Network.
A newly formed network for developing third-cycle education, providing information, support and a collaboration base for programmes in the start-up phase.
A network that creates a forum for exchange beween artists, PhD researchers and supervisors, continuing and expanding the EUFRAD forum for research degrees in arts and design.
Further working groups are concerned with the validation
, and dissemination
of artistic research; conferences in Copenhagen, London, and Brussels are planned.
Also, SHARE will organise an online competition and exhibition of research work of ‘promising artist-researchers’ planned in Vienna October 2012. All working groups and networks will contribute to the final book publication due in 2013.