Events

Future events will be posted up here.

 

PAST EVENTS

Creative Methods Research LabCreative Futures Black logo

University of Brighton, Tue 6th Nov 2018

Workshop and presentation on collaborative poetics by Helen Johnson for University of Brighton students and staff, supported by Creative Futures

 

 

Ink blots at the Community Psychology Festival

Using Collaborative, Arts-based Research for Critical Resilience

Hertford Theatre, Mon 24th Sept 2018

Workshop, talk and performance by Helen Johnson and David Norbury for the 4th Community Psychology Festival.

Click here to see a creative piece from this session.

 

 Brains at the Bevy front slide

How the Arts Can Change the World (Again)

The Bevy, Wed 18th July 2018

50 Hillside, Moulsecoomb, Brighton, BN2 4AF

Free talk by Helen Johnson for Brains at the Bevy; all welcome

 

 

UCL flyer for CP talk

 

 

Embracing the Mosaic: Crafting Collaborative Arts-based Research for Critical Resilience

University College London, Wed 4th July 13:00-14:00

 

See below for further details about this talk.

 

 

 

 

 

Flyer for University of Cambridge Talk on CP

 

Embracing the Mosaic: Crafting Collaborative Arts-based Research for Critical Resilience

University of Cambridge, 18th June 2018

In this presentation, Helen Johnson drew on examples from her previous research using collaborative and arts-based research methods and on reflection from her own personal journey to tell the story of collaborative poetics; its roots, shoots, ideology and methods.  In the process, she speaks to the concept of ‘critical resilience,’ which emphasises the need to balance the nurturing of individual resilience with a social justice model, which challenges the conditions that create a need for such resilience in the first place.

 

 

 

Productive Margins at the Carnival of Invention

Productive Margins at the Carnival of Invention

The Carnival of Invention

Held on Friday June 15th 2018 at the University of Brighton,  the Carnival of Invention featured performances, debates, discussion, presentations, workshops and displays from over 45 academics, artists and community practitioners from around the world. The focus of the event was on discussing, performing and learning about collaborative and participatory arts-based research and artistic interventions which aim for social change/social justice. 

For photos and posts about the event, see the CP pages on Facebook and Twitter, or follow #carnivalofinvention.  Alternatively, you can read a report of the event here: COI Report.

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