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
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
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
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
A handy ‘How-To’ guide for using Know Your Place…
Knowle West TV was part of Bristol Channel, Peter Lewis’s pioneering community cable TV experiment from the early 1970s. It aimed to democratise media production and worked with Rediffusion, at the time the… Read More
Year 7 pupils from St Katherine’s School visited M Shed, Bristol Record Office and Bristol University to learn more about World War One to help with their school project.
It was annual global Home Movie Day on 18th October, and we held a Know Your Bristol on the Move event to coincide with this.
The first release of the Map Your Bristol app is now available for iOS and Android devices. The app allows you to browse existing content on the Map Your Bristol website and add… Read More
To kick off the Music Communities strand of Know Your Bristol on the Move and as part of Black History Month we held an event at The Trinity Centre, Old Market on Saturday… Read More