Thursday 21 June 2018
4pm – 6pm
Room 4.10, 35 Berkeley Square, Bristol, BS8 1JA
This lecture by Steven High will draw on conversations with over thirty researchers and artists across multiple cultures and disciplines, to examine the ways in which oral historians, media producers, and theatre artists use art, stories, and participatory practices to engage creatively with their publics. As researchers are increasingly taking their research from the campus to the public arena, what are the ethics of, and expectations for, social impact? And how do new technologies, platforms, and methods challenge community-engaged artists, academics, and media makers to rethink their approaches to collaboration?
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