Hothorpe Hall, 4 November 2013
The Symposium was convened by Keri Facer, Andrew Miles, Pat Thomson and Tom Wakeford as part of Keri Facer’s Leadership Fellowship for the Connected Communities Programme. Read more.
Engine Shed, 31 October 2014
Two workshops held in October and December 2014 brought together a range of academics and community partners engaged in research concerned with legacy. Read more.
Y Theatre, 15 December 2014
The Heritage Community Partnership Legacy Workshop was a full day workshop for heritage community partners working with Connected Communities projects. It took place on 15th December 2014 and included thirty-four community partners from twenty-one community groups. Read more.
tbc, Bristol, 12 January 2015
Are you a community based organisation? Are you working on a connected communities project? Do you have experiences that you would like to share about how to work with researchers? If so we would be delighted if you would join us for a Community University Partnerships Event in Bristol. Read more.
Arnolfini, 12 January 2015
On 12th of January 21 community partners working with universities on Connected Communities projects came together to discuss their experiences, and explore the value of this work. Read more.
Humanities Research Institute, 16 January 2015
This is the second CC Heritage Network Symposium and will be hosted at the Humanities Research Institute at the University of Sheffield. Read more.
Federation House, 23 January 2015 10:00 am
This day is an opportunity to hear about a project that has been exploring how artists have worked within Connected Communities programmes. it will include discussions of the project findings together with a chance to network and reflect on this process. Read more.
Doing Participatory Research – An evening with the Participatory Geographies Research Group and Michael Edwards
UCL, 26 January 2015 5:00 pm
This event will provide an introduction to doing participatory research, and an overview of the current activities of the Participatory Geographies Research Group (of the Royal Geographic Society). It is open to anyone interested in finding out more about this ever-popular methodology, and is opportunity to get involved in the Research Group. All welcome. Read more.
Science museum, 3 February 2015
This workshop was convened to provide critical reflection on the role of independent research organisations within the Connected Communities programme. This event brought together staff from IROs, project participants and other interested parties to share experiences of working within the programme, to promote more intensive involvement and to exchange ideas on the scheme’s future and legacy. Read more.
tbc, 26 February 2015
The Starting from Values Legacy Project is hosting its final ‘iterative reflection’ as a public event, which will include an open space for sharing insights about legacies of Connected Communities from and beyond our legacy project. Read more.