This feedback event explores the outputs of research into the impact of intergenerational arts programming on the experiences of exclusion and isolation within minority communities in Nottingham. We are delighted that two M3C students, Emma Margetson and Shantel Edward, have been involved in this Arts Council England funded project though M3C placement opportunities.
Join us for a special event, where we explore the findings and outputs of a city-wide research project, The Bigger Picture.
The Bigger Picture investigates the impact of intergenerational arts programming on the experiences of exclusion and isolation within minority communities in Nottingham. Researchers at the University of Nottingham, Nottingham Trent University and Bright Ideas Nottingham have been looking at the audiences and practices in cultural institutions: National Justice Museum, New Art Exchange, and Nottingham Contemporary.
During this event, we will be exploring the research findings and outputs, including a social impact tool designed to initiate critical conversations and embed decolonial practice across cultural institutions. We will be sharing proposed methodologies and approaches within arts programming that works with and responds to communities, promoting inclusion. Community researchers will present their findings in a performance developed together with Lisa Jackson.
A collaboration between Nottingham Contemporary, New Art Exchange, National Justice Museum, Bright Ideas Nottingham, University of Nottingham, Nottingham Trent University and Midlands4Cities.