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Posts Tagged: “public engagement”
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Socially engaged art work during Refugee Week, b-side Outpost Art Festival, and BU Festival of Learning
The Migrant & Refugee Leisure & Wellbeing project team are involved with the development of co-created, socially engaged arts events involving project partners and Bournemouth University students. These events are planned to take place during Bournemouth and Poole City of Sanctuary Refugee Week, b-side Outpost Art Festival and the BU Festival of Learning.
At this year’s Leisure Studies Association Conference, Dr Jayne Caudwell and Dr Katherine King will be presenting a paper that draws from a Dorset-based research project that they are involved… »
Bournemouth University’s new public lecture series kicks off at AFC Bournemouth A new public lecture series from Bournemouth University will be launched at AFC Bournemouth on 21 October. The series… »
The INEA project team included a film producer and director. Their task was to produce short films about the work of the archaeologists and anthropologists involved. As producer Vanessa Edwards… »
Dr Genoveva Esteban will be running her acclaimed ‘Microscope Madness’ event at the Time and Tide Initiative’s Science Fair in the Square as part of British Science Week on 21st… »
Pupils at two local schools have been helping BU researchers come up with designs for structures to increase biodiversity on the town’s beaches. Pupils at Avonbourne College and Harewood College… »
A short overview of Bournemouth University Dementia Institute’s Festival of Learning Event 2014.
Following on from last year’s successful Enterprise Security Symposium, Bournemouth University Cyber Security Unit (BUCSU) ran another full day event this year as part of the Festival of Learning 2014…. »
Social media, PR and journalism were just three of the many topics running throughout the third day of the Festival of Learning 2014 held at BU’s Lansdowne Campus. Content and storytelling were common topics… »
This month will see the first in a series of new public engagement events entitled Film Focus, run by BU and The Lighthouse in Poole. The premise of Film Focus… »
Over 150 free events from Monday 9 to Sunday 15 June
The Gay and Pleasant Land? Project is a research project that took place as part of the New Dynamics of Ageing Programme(a unique collaboration between five UK Research Councils—ESRC, EPSRC,… »