News from Michelle Bagnall

Confirmed Speakers for Street Music Conference

We are delighted to announce that we already have some fantastic speakers confirmed for our Street Music conference, being held in Norwich on 14-15 May 2019.  We are also very excited to be hosting Pete Moser as our conference musician-in-residence. You can read more about Pete’s one-man-band work here. Read more

Call for Papers: Street Music Conference

University of East Anglia May 14-15, 2019 This FREE conference seeks to explore an important but neglected aspect of public culture and community construction: street music. It aims to draw together the new knowledge and practice generated by funded research projects across Connected Communities with work across a number of academic disciplines as well as the creative sector. Read more

Festival: Legacies of the First World War

22 & 23 March – Midlands Arts Centre hosted by the Arts & Humanities Research Council WW1 Engagement Centres. Read more

Practitioner guide to collaborative fiction writing with community groups

This new guide to collaborative fiction writing with community groups was devised with support from a Catalyst grant provided by AHRC. The guide was produced by a collaboration between two large AHRC Connected Community projects, Life Chances and Stories2Connect, with the involvement of Amy Cooper (designer) and Laura Cross (illustrator) in producing the final version. Read more