University of Bristol, 23 March 2017 12:30 pm
Through investigating the ways in which the university engages with the notions of “post–truth”, the panel will interrogate the politics, economics, practices and spaces in which “post–truth” is being produced, circulated and contested. Speakers include: Nello Cristianini (Computing, Bristol) Malcolm Fairbrother (Geography, Bristol) Gemma Moss (Education, UCL) Antonia Walford (Anthropology. Read more.
Dragon Hall, 2 March 2017 12:30 pm
Keynote speakers Ava Chalkiadaki, Vice-Chair, Organisation of Culture, Sports and Youth, City of Athens; member of the Organising Committee, City of Athens World Book Capital 2018 Dave Ward, Co-ordinator, The Windows Project, Liverpool – writing in the community since 1976 What is the relationship between literature and communities? Read more.
Down County Museum, 21 February 2017 3:00 pm
Living Legacies have secured further funding to continue their work at the Living Legacies Engagement Centre. Phase II launch with a showcase looking at how we can support First World War community projects. The launch will be hosted by Down County Museum, Downpatrick on February 21st. Read more.
Wellcome Trust, 31 January 2017
Anteros Arts Foundation, 25 January 2017 9:30 am
Norwich symposium: Scoping the Field This Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded network is a joint initiative between the Translating Cultures theme and the Connected Communities programme, and is open to researchers and partners funded under those areas, as well as to the wider academic and music communities. Read more.
The British Library, 7 December 2016 10:00 am
As we reach the end of the 500th anniversary year of the publication of Thomas More’s Utopia, we want to reflect on the relation between utopia and community as articulated, explored and problematised across the various utopian or utopia-centred activities of the Connected Communities programme over the past 12-18 months. Read more.
Hiscox, 23 November 2016 6:00 pm
Drop in The My Future York research project are working in collaboration with visual arts and music students from York St John University and Vespertine – a contemporary arts project – to ask the question: Will the future be more like the past than the present? Read more.
Burdall's Yard, 19 November 2016 2:00 pm
Perhaps we used to think of climate change as something that happens in far-flung places, and in the distant future. Read more.
Level 5 Function Room/Southbank Centre, 12 November 2016 2:00 pm
The London Jazz Festival’s Researcher in Residence Dr Emma Webster and Professor George McKay of the UEA, will explore the programme of events and their current AHRC project The Impact of Festivals. Read more.
, 19 September 2016 11:00 am
Who is the workshop for? This workshop is primarily for community groups and community members who have been gathering materials with a view to archiving, or who already have a physical archive, or an existing website and would like to enhance the usability of their materials. Read more.