The Creative Research Methods Group would like to invite you to join us for another vibrant symposium on creative research methods on Tue 18th April 14:00-15:30 BST on Microsoft Teams. This session features:
- James Marshall, University of Brighton – ‘Generational Understandings of Automobility Futures: A Visual Perspective’
James will discuss his PhD research, assessing the generational understandings of automobility futures. Creative methods were utilised in this work to elicit discussions from participants around how they conceptualised the future of transport and travel in 50 years’ time. This presentation focuses on the what, the why and the how, to argue that creative methods can be utilised in work with all generations of individuals.
- Thomas Delahunt, Canterbury Christ Church University – ‘Poetry Draws Upwards in Hope’
A creative discussion or polyculture on the need to use arts and poetry as a vehicle for professional expression. Thomas Delahunt, an award-winning academic, author and virgin playwright, is looking for willing orators to join a conversation on the premise that trauma needs discussion and a position of freedom within vocational roles filled with professional trauma.
The group is supported by the Centre for Arts and Wellbeing. It is open to all who share our passion for creative methods and our desire to provide a supportive, stimulating space within which to explore these. No advance sign-up is required; just turn up on the day if you wish to join us.
To participate, join our Team using this code: 6r81bq6 (Participants external to the University of Brighton will need to email Helen in advance of the session to be added to the Team as a guest.) Or access the meeting directly here:
Meeting ID: 347 431 036 760
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