The Connected Communities Projects have produced a wide variety of resources from reports to films. Many of these resources are available through the links on this page. Individual project websites are also a great place to look for resources and further information - you can access them through our Project Pages.

Connected Communities Festival: Cardiff 2014, Video

A video about the Connected Communities Festival, a two-day Festival comprising of a mix of performances, exhibition stands, talks, music events, bazaars, workshops, film screenings, games, discussions, walks, digital activities, pop-up events and more. Read more

Creative Citizens: Video

A video by Media, Community and the Creative Citizen, a research council funded project exploring the value of creative citizenship. Read more

Connected Communities Festival: Cardiff 2014, Poetic Transect Video

This video is based on the idea of an ‘urban transect’ – a mode of creative practice developed by French architectural and urban design experts, where a team of researchers walks across a series of neighbourhoods collecting images, sounds and words that give meaning to spaces. Read more

Connected Communities Media Collection: Database

The Connected Communities Media Collection brings together a wide variety of media produced by Connected Communities projects across the UK. Read more

Watching the video archive of KWTV, part of Bristol Channel from the 1970s: Video

Knowle West TV was part of Bristol Channel, Peter Lewis’s pioneering community cable TV experiment from the early 1970s. The video archive of Knowle West TV has recently been digitised by the Know your Bristol on the Move project. Read more

Fishing as Wisdom: Video

A video from a one year research project exploring fishing as an act of contemplation. Read more

Fishing as Wisdom: Picture Gallery

Interview with the researchers behind Communicating Wisdom, a one year research project exploring fishing as an act of contemplation. Read more

Language as Talisman: Video

This project explores how communities use and adapt language to define, express and protect themselves. This is Frontier Media’s production of Language as Talisman. Read more

Make Your Mark: A Documentary on ‘Visual Arts for Resilience’

This documentary is part of a ‘visual arts for resilience’ research project, which explores how community visual arts practice can help young people flourish and connect with their communities despite adverse experiences they may have faced. Read more

Carnivalising the Creative Economy: AHRC-funded Research on and with British Jazz Festivals, Video

A short film in which UK music and media academics and leading jazz festival directors discuss collaborative research and knowledge exchange. Read more