The Creative Research Methods Group would like to invite you to join us for another vibrant symposium on creative research methods on Monday 4th December 13:00-14:30 GMT on Microsoft Teams. This session features:
- Steve Downey and Christina Jane, independent artists – ‘Poetry Films about Autism and ADHD’
Steve Downey [Director] and Christina Jane [Poet and Performer] discuss the making of their 4 short films about Autism and ADHD, which have so far won 78 awards at film festivals across the world. They will showcase two of these films, ‘We are the Lost Girls’ and ‘Invisible’ and invite discussion on these.
- Sophie Anne Edwards, independent artist – ‘Writing and Reading a River: A Geopoet’s Story’
How do we listen to an ecosystem, or translate its languages? In this talk, Sophie Anne Edwards shares the story of her long conversation with the Kagawong River (Gaagigewang Ziibi) in Northern Ontario, Canada and explores the possibilities and limitations of collaboration with a river system.
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.
Meeting ID: 396 575 380 474
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