Community partners in Wester Hailes, Edinburgh have developed the following Community Connections Festival programme for the duration of this summer’s Connected Communities Distributed Festival:
The festival showcases the outputs of a number of previous CC projects and includes the launch of the Doing and Evaluating Community Research report from the Valuing Different Perspectives legacy project. The festival is partnering with the ACCORD project from Glasgow School of Art and will include, on 20 June, a visit from them and community partners Cassiltoun Housing Association from Glasgow, to demonstrate photogrammetry and 3D printing as well as providing an opportunity for community partners to share lessons from working with academic partners.
To facilitate further connections, there is a small bursary fund to support attendance for community partners, early-career researchers or those on a low income. The bursary will pay for standard-class travel. If you wish to apply for a bursary, please email Peter Matthews, University of Stirling, detailing why you need the bursary, what events you wish to attend and an estimate of travel costs.
We look forward to welcoming you to Wester Hailes!
DMU and the Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities cordially invites to the
upcoming Postgraduate Coffee Afternoon.
It will take place between 4 – 7pm on Wednesday, 3 June, in Heritage House (HH), Ground Floor, 0.14.
There is also going to be an online chat (virtual open day) from 3 – 7pm in Hugh Aston.