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Connected Communities Foodscapes
Connected Communities Foodscapes
FOODSCAPES was an AHRC Connected Communities project (2013) that explored the use of art as a way of opening up discussion about food. Participants in the project included Knowle West Media Centre, The Matthew Tree Project (TMTP), the Edible Landscapes Movement (ELM), UWE Bristol, University of Southampton, the James Hutton Institute and Paul Hurley (artist-in-residence). Together, we explored how arts intervention and cultural engagement can help address food, food poverty, and sustainable communities. As co-designed action research, the project also examined how arts intervention can enhance interchange between community organisations and research institutions. Throughout Foodscapes there was an attempt to integrate the research questions, arts programming and evaluative activities into the actual process of the work, so that these activities could become entwined and, it is hoped, more meaningful for all involved.
food, food poverty, community engagement, ecological citizen, sustainable communities, performative methods, bread, ethnography
Connected Communities
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Buser, Michael, Roe, Emma, Dinnie, Liz, Hall, Roz, Mean, Melissa and Hurley, Paul (2014) Connected Communities Foodscapes Connected Communities 11pp.

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Abstract

FOODSCAPES was an AHRC Connected Communities project (2013) that explored the use of art as a way of opening up discussion about food. Participants in the project included Knowle West Media Centre, The Matthew Tree Project (TMTP), the Edible Landscapes Movement (ELM), UWE Bristol, University of Southampton, the James Hutton Institute and Paul Hurley (artist-in-residence). Together, we explored how arts intervention and cultural engagement can help address food, food poverty, and sustainable communities. As co-designed action research, the project also examined how arts intervention can enhance interchange between community organisations and research institutions. Throughout Foodscapes there was an attempt to integrate the research questions, arts programming and evaluative activities into the actual process of the work, so that these activities could become entwined and, it is hoped, more meaningful for all involved.

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Published date: September 2014
Keywords: food, food poverty, community engagement, ecological citizen, sustainable communities, performative methods, bread, ethnography
Organisations: Economy, Society and Space

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Local EPrints ID: 371960
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/371960
PURE UUID: 5abfba83-5d8b-491c-843f-cdbceb60df98
ORCID for Emma Roe: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-4674-2133

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Date deposited: 25 Nov 2014 10:29
Last modified: 14 Nov 2018 01:32

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Author: Michael Buser
Author: Emma Roe ORCID iD
Author: Liz Dinnie
Author: Roz Hall
Author: Melissa Mean
Author: Paul Hurley

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