CeReNeM recognises a role for universities as leaders amongst a broader community of music makers and educators to encourage a vibrant, critical, and powerful musical practice. Through these activities we forge spaces that build communities, audiences, and new artistic practices through collaborative links between thinkers, makers, and the general public.
CeReNeM focuses on three different threads of public engagement: 1. Public outreach, including panels and discussion groups, consultation for local council activities and projects, and television/radio broadcasts; 2. Involvement in education programs, with staff undertaking external teaching, mentorship and workshop facilitation outside of higher education environments; 3. Collaborative direction with stakeholders in new music through consultation and leadership roles in boards, advisory groups, journals, and other associations.
Some examples of CeReNeM's public engagement activity.