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Creative methodologies

Creative methodologies is a rapidly developing area, which cuts across disciplinary boundaries and sectors, with the potential to radically alter how we think about research and practice. We use creative tools, techniques and knowledge to understand more about the worlds in which we live, explore problems, and develop solutions related to health and wellbeing. Our methods are arts-based, transformative, social-justice based, technologically-driven, and/or incorporate innovative mixed-methods, with outputs including poetry, visual art, plays, dance, film and web-based tools. We also work with external partners, adopting a transdisciplinary, collaborative and community-focused approach to research and enterprise.

Everyday Creativity: Celebrating Practice, Exploring Legacies, and Forging New Paths Forwards

Conference hosted by The AHRC Everyday Creativity Research Network & Creative Lives  Thursday 26th September 2024 Cecil Sharp House, London, England An opportunity to share understandings and ways of working with, and for, everyday creativity and to celebrate everyday creative… Continue Reading →

Creative Research Methods Symposium with Matt Adams and Rumana Hashem

The Creative Research Methods Group would like to invite you to join us for another vibrant symposium on creative research methods on Tuesday 28th May 2024 14:00-15:30 BST on Microsoft Teams. This session features: Matt Adams, University of Brighton: ‘Arts-based Research,… Continue Reading →

Call for Submissions for the 2024 Everyday Creativity Conference

The 2024 Everyday Creativity Conference: Celebrating Practice, Exploring Legacies, and Forging New Paths Forwards Hosted by The AHRC Everyday Creativity Research Network and Creative Lives   Thursday 26th September 2024 Cecil Sharp House, London   The 2024 Everyday Creativity Conference… Continue Reading →

Everyday Creativity: Celebrating Practice, Exploring Legacies, and Forging New Paths Forwards

              Conference hosted by The AHRC Everyday Creativity Research Network and Creative Lives  Thursday 26th September 2024 Cecil Sharp House, London   SAVE THE DATE!   This event is an opportunity to share understandings… Continue Reading →

Symposium | 6-7 June 2024 – Exploring Human-Animal & Multi-Species Relations: Risk Taking in Research Methods

6-7 June 2024 University of Brighton Online & in-person event   REGISTRATION INFO PROGRAMME (pdf)   A two-day symposium aimed at bringing together researchers venturing to make sense of human-animal relationships & multispecies entanglements, using novel, qualitative & creative research… Continue Reading →

Creative Research Methods Symposium with Adam Frank and Alex Fitch

The Creative Research Methods Group would like to invite you to join us for another vibrant symposium on creative research methods on Monday 15th April 2024 13:00-14:30 GMT on Microsoft Teams. This session features:   Adam Frank, University of Central… Continue Reading →

Event | “Making Research” get-together, 28 March 2024

Are you a maker-researcher or researcher-maker? Join us for this informal get-together to share your practice, and talk, think, and make about “making.” “Making Research” Informal get-together for maker-researchers The Centre for Arts and Wellbeing When: 28 March 2024, 13:00-15:30… Continue Reading →

Event | 30 May 2024 – Empowering ‘At-Risk’ Youth through Improvisational Theatre, with Adam Frank

Thursday 30th May 10:30-15:00 University of Brighton, Moulsecoomb Campus, Cockcroft 101 This participatory workshop will discuss the viability of/alternatives to the term “at-risk” as a conceptual framework for generating empowering performance modalities for youth and  introduce the case study of… Continue Reading →

Creative Research Methods Symposium with Jane Willis

The Creative Research Methods Group would like to invite you to join us for another vibrant symposium on creative research methods on Tuesday 5th March 2024 13:00-14:30 GMT on Microsoft Teams. This session features creative evaluation specialist and creative health… Continue Reading →

Call for Papers | Exploring Human-Animal & Multi-Species Relations: Risk Taking in Research Methods, 6-7 June 2024

CALL FOR PAPERS Deadline: 19 February 2024  // 6 March 2024 6-7 June 2024 University of Brighton Online & in-person event We are excited to announce a two-day symposium aimed at bringing together researchers venturing to make sense of human-animal… Continue Reading →

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