About this Event
Join Brigstow (www.bristol.ac.uk/brigstow) and Hannah Mumby (www.hannahmumby.co.uk) for a workshop to explore how to use co-produced approaches in research.
This event is aimed at anyone wanting to find out about co-produced research and who might also be thinking of applying for seedcorn funding from Brigstow (https://www.bristol.ac.uk/brigstow/getinvolved/funding/experimental_partnerships/seedcorn23-24/)
It could be of interest to researchers from both within and beyond the University of Bristol, so artists and community members/groups are all welcome as are academic members of staff from any discipline.
The event will start with lunch and be followed by an introduction to Brigstow and its seedcorn funding, and then an afternoon of interactive workshops with Hannah to find out more about co-production and how to do co-produced research. There will also be plenty of time to ask us questions and meet others.
Hannah Mumby is an artist and creative facilitator based in Exeter. She facilitates reflective spaces to help teams explore and learn from the tangled knots of their collaborative work. She specialises in helping people delve into the messy process of Co-Production, using effective facilitation practices and an interactive tool called The Co-Production Oracle that she co-created with the University of Exeter.
The event will take place in person, in Room 1.68, Queens Building. Our understanding is that the building is mostly step free and we have been informed that Room 1.68 is wheelchair accessible - there is an access guide available at https://www.accessable.co.uk/university-of-bristol/access-guides/queen-s-building.
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Room 1.68, Queen's Building, University Walk, Bristol, United Kingdom