Category Archive: On the Move

New Schools Resources for LGBT+ History

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They’ve been a long time in the making, but we are now proud to present our new LGBT+ history schools resource pack! The resources were developed by Nate Eisenstadt and Helen Foster as… 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

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

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

Floating Cinema

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Know your Bristol on the Move is hitting the Floating Cinema on Tour! Make yourself at Home: Bristol’s Archives Revealed Wednesday 8 July 2015, Bathurst Basin 11-12noon – Screenings of Repeat to Flourish… Read More

KYB On The Move Blog 22- Bristol Records Office

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ACTSA are accessing a wealth of archive from the anti apartheid movement in Bristol from the 1970s, in readiness for a new exhibition at the Bristol Records Office. Members Hedley Bashforth, Trish Mensah… Read More

KYB Video Blog 21: David Hopkinson, Artist in Residence

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Know Your Bristol’s very own artist in residence David Hopkinson talks about his unique response to Knowle West TV, the archive of the 1970s Rediffusion local TV service.

KYB Video Blog 20: Knowle West TV comes home!

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In May, Knowle West TV veterans and Know Your Bristol partners got together to share memories, watch some newly restored highlights from the 1970s cable channel and talk about the continuing importance of… Read More

Co-curation in Action

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Last week saw the last of two Action for Southern Africa/Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM) workshops held at the Bristol Record Office (BRO), with the aim of selecting material from the papers of Bristol AAM… Read More

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