Wish You Were Here

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Ever restless and keen to exploit the wonderful potential of the resources we have worked with, a number of us have just got started on a new project and a new collaboration. ‘Wish You Were… Read More

Know Your Bristol – Map Your Bristol!

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Check out our new short film showcasing the breadth of Know Your Bristol on the Move and giving a feel for what it has meant for us, our community partners and some of… Read More

3 BIG Questions — 3 Short Films

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In this new animation series, co-produced with Calling the Shots, we present three short responses to the key questions that have underpinned Know Your Bristol on the Move: What is Co-production? This has… Read More

Know Your Bristol On The Move: The Book

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Here’s a booklet to complement the blogposts and the videos, the exhibitions, memories of street parties, radio broadcasts, film shows and social media exchanges. Capturing all this activity, talk, and creativity, is no… Read More

Get Involved Mapping LGBT+ Bristol!

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Mapping LGBT+ Bristol l is a collaborative history project that with your help will put Bristol’s LGBT+ history firmly on the map! Over the course of the coming year we will be: Researching the histories of… Read More

Get Mapping Bristol’s LGBT+ History!

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Mapping LGBT+ Bristol is a collaboration between Bristol University’s Know Your Bristol project, Bristol City Council’s Know Your Place website, and OutStories Bristol. The project will create a permanent digital archive and digital… Read More

Know your Bristol on the Move @ MShed

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Drop in to the MShed on Friday, 18 September from 2-6pm, The KYB truck will be outside, demonstrating how to digitise films, and there will be workshops on the first floor of MShed… Read More

Know your Bristol on the Move @ MShed

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We’re excited to celebrate the Know your Bristol on the Move project at Bristol’s MShed on Friday, 18 September. The KYB truck will be outside, demonstrating how to digitise films, and there will… Read More

Evaluating Co-production

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‘Co-production’ is an increasingly popular term and approach within academic research and public service delivery. Most simply, co-production is what happens when we make things together, be those things research, museum exhibitions, archives… Read More

Silent witness

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This blog was originally written for inclusion in the AHRC’s booklet Big Data in the Arts and Humanities: Some Arts and Humanities Research Council Projects, edited by Andrew Prescott, AHRC Digital Transformations Theme… Read More