Category Archive: Community co-production

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

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 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

Artists-in-Residence

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Know your Bristol on the Move has the pleasure of supporting two artists-in-residence on the project. Zoe Tissandier is currently working with the Vaughan postcard collection at the Bristol Record Office. You can… Read More

Video Blog 19: Know Your Greenbank

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At the beginning of February, the Know Your Bristol team visited the Greenbank Hotel in Easton to explore a different kind of history, “not written about in books”.   The University Of Bristol team… Read More

Video Blog 18: KYB Family History Day at St Mary Redcliffe School

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In February, students from St Mary Redcliffe CE School brought in photos and artefacts for digitising and uploading to the Map Your Bristol website.  Amongst the booty discovered were the employment papers of… Read More

2,000 postcards and counting: no end date for the project

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The Vaughan Postcard project, where Roy Vaughan’s collection of Bristol postcards are researched and uploaded to the Know Your Place website, has now exceeded 2,000 entries. And although the University’s involvement in the… Read More

Video Blog 17: A ‘How-To’ for Know Your Place

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A handy ‘How-To’ guide for using Know Your Place…

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