2016 Events

This page is regularly updated by the Connected Communities Team and individual projects with upcoming events. These events are a great way for everyone, from researchers and community partners to members of the public, to get involved in the programme.

Listening to Voices: Creative Disruptions with the Hearing Voices Network

, 12 January 2016 1:30 pm

    You are warmly invited to celebrate the launch of our project with publication of Listen (If You Dare): An Unlikely Companion to Voice-Hearing and accompanying sound piece and website. Read more

3rd AHRC Connected Communities Heritage Network Symposium

University of Lincoln, 14 January 2016

The AHRC funded Heritage Network http://www.heritagenetwork.dmu.ac.uk/  provides a forum and support for both academics and community partners working on Connected Communities and Digital Transformation Heritage Projects. Our last symposium held in Sheffield was a great success with over 60 delegates sharing the results and experiences of their AHRC and HLF funded projects. Read more

Fields of Green: Songwriter’s Circle & EP Launch

Platform, 21 January 2016 7:30 pm

A group of Scotland’s finest songwriters – Rachel Sermanni, Louis Abbott (Admiral Fallow), RM Hubbert, The Pictish Trail and Jo Mango – will premiere a series of brand new songs inspired by their travels as musicians. Read more

Ritual Reconstructed: reconfiguring “places” of spirituality & identity

Buckinhamshire New University, 5 February 2016 1:00 pm

In the past year Searle Kochberg, from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, has been working on and collaborating with Liberal Judaism UK, Bucks New University,Coventry University and colleagues in CCI to create Ritual Reconstruction, a Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) research project. Read more

The Large Honey Collider

Edinburgh College of Art, 12 March 2016 10:00 am

Telling the Bees invites people from different backgrounds (beekeepers, storytellers, designers, environmental humanity scholars and many more!) to share knowledge and experience at our final Telling the Bees event. Read more

Changing the Research Landscape? A Connected Communities Conference for Early Career Researchers

The Julian Study Centre, 23 March 2016 9:00 am

The University of East Anglia is excited to be hosting Changing the Future Research Landscape? A Connected Communities Conference for Early Career Researchers on the 22nd to 23rd of March 2016.   Structure of conference 23rd of March 9-5:30 pm Conference, Julian Study Centre. Read more

Responsible Innovation: avenues for academics and practitioners

Claus Moser Building, 7 April 2016 11:00 am

Speaker: Professor Latchezar Hristov, Audencia Business School, France Workshop facilitator: Sue Moffat, New Vic Borderlines Venue: Claus Moser Building CM0.12, Keele University, ST5 5BG http://www.keele.ac.uk/findus/maps/ Date: Thursday 7th April 2016, 11 -3pm (lunch will be provided) To book a place, please email Liz Riley on support.casic@keele.ac.uk by Thursday 24 th of March, 2016. Read more

Trust and Personal Data in Online Communication for Dissident and Exiled Creative Artists

, 11 April 2016 6:00 pm

The Social and Cultural Innovation Group of the Personal Data and Trust Network (https://pdtn.org/) are organizing a special Panel Discussion in collaboration with Belarus Free Theatre on ‘Trust and Personal Data in Online Communication for Dissident and Exiled Creative Artists’. Read more

Trust and Personal Data in Online Communication for Dissident and Exiled Creative Artists

Digital Catapult, 11 April 2016 6:00 pm

Trust and Personal Data in Online Communication for Dissident and Exiled Creative Artists Digital Catapult, 101 Euston Road, NW1 2RA from 6:30pm (6:00 pm for drinks) until 8:00 pm   The Social and Cultural Innovation Group of the Personal Data and Trust Network (https://pdtn.org/) are organizing a special Panel Discussion in collaboration with Belarus Free Theatre on ‘Trust and Personal Data Read more

Creating Living Knowledge Workshop

RSA House, 14 April 2016

This invite only workshop will bring together key funders, leading academics, civil society leaders and university leaders to discuss the findings of the Creating Living Knowledge report and how to take the lessons forward to create a vibrant and robust landscape for community-university partnerships. Read more

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