#CreativeInfra: A reflection

Posted Posted in Research Output, Workshops

The sun was shining bright over the University of Manchester on 28th and 19th March creating the idyll backdrop for The Creative Methods for Researching Urban Infrastructures workshop.  Organised by a passionate group of postgraduate researchers from the University of Manchester and Lancaster University, this interdisciplinary workshop provided a space for postgraduate and early career researchers to learn about, play […]

Creating, Messing, Playing: Thinking Form in Newcastle

Posted Posted in Geography, Workshops

by Amy Barron and Ben Knight How do art and geography intersect?  Thinking through this question was the task of Interrogating Form: Creative and Cultural Participatory Practice, a workshop held by Newcastle University on Tuesday 11th June. Indeed, there were lots of sub-questions within this broader focus.  What is the value of using an arts-based approach?  How might we incorporate discussion surrounding the […]