TLANG at Connected Communities Utopias Festival 2016

Here’s a blog post from the TLANG blog about our project.

 

tlang blog

By Jessica Bradley

At Leeds we’re currently working on a co-produced project with local arts organisation, Faceless Arts, funded by the AHRC for its Connected Communities Utopias Festival for 2016.

Background to the project

Back in December last year we wrote an expression of interest for this particular funding opportunity. I’d received an email from Angela Creese, TLANG project PI, asking whether there might be any possibility of putting something together for the festival, building on TLANG’s research. The call was for ‘high quality participatory arts research and research co-production activities’. The activities that would be supported would be those which built on current research funded by the AHRC and which could widen and deepen community engagement with ongoing work.

For the TLANG project, we’ve been looking into different ways in which we can broaden our engagement with different communities through working with artists and creative practitioners. At a meeting…

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