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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

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

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

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

Spring Launch of the Greenbank Chapel: Postponed!

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Sadly, we have to announce that the Spring Launch of the Greenbank Chapel that was planned for the 21st March will have to be postponed until the summer. The Deep End, our local… Read More

Marking Territories?

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Mapping the boundaries of the St Paul’s ‘Apartheid-Free Zone’ Last month, I was pleased to participate, alongside Bristol Action for Southern Africa members, in the first stage of producing the ‘Anti-Apartheid’ layer of… Read More

Video Blog 11: Digitisation Testing for Home Movie Day

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Home Movie Day is a worldwide celebration of amateur home movies. Bring your home movies along to have them digitised! 18th October, MShed.

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