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Academic Research | Jun 2019

Bring in the Arts and Get the Creativity for Free. A Study of the Artists in Residence Project

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Researchers Alexander Styhre and Michael Eriksson from Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Project Management (Götenburg, Sweden) report results of the Artists in Residence (AIRIS) project, taking place in Sweden between 2005 and 2006. Through AIRIS, artists were allocated for 10-month long cultural projects inside companies to stimulate the adoption of new perspectives and creative solutions among co-workers.

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