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EYB will contact you soon. The full results of the poll are listed below. On the 11th of May , BSUFN co-hosted a workshop on using creative, arts-based methods to improve research, community engagement and dialogue on food issues. The workshop brought a range of academic and non-academic participants together to explore the ways in which arts-based methods can be use to address food-related issues in a variety of contexts and for a range of purposes. Workshop participants exploring food issues through drama and theatre. During the day, workshop participants were able to explore the use of three creative methods through hands-on activities in order to experience the methods first-hand and identify the benefits and challenges of using the methods.
The three cretive methods explored during the workshop were drama and theatre, art and collage, and photography and film.
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A full report on the workshop is available by following this link Creative Methods Workshop Report opens pdf. Following the success of the workshop in May and in response to demand and growing interest in the use of arts-based methods, BSUFN are pleased to be launching a new resource providing information about the use of art in research and community engagement activities , including examples of artworks and relevant projects.
Collage exploring food issues produced by a workshop participant. There is now an area of our website dedicated to creative and arts-based methods.
These pages include examples of artworks produced during the May workshop in London, as well as descriptions of how these methods were explored during the event. There are extensive bibliographies for creative methods in research and engagement including references for the three key methods BSUFN have focused on to date: art and collage , drama and theatre , and photography and film.
The resource also provides links to relevant projects which have used arts-based methods for exploring food issues, and useful external resources.
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We will be adding new resources to these webpages frequently. If there are additional resources you think we should include, or something you would like more information on related to the use of creative methods in food research and dialogue, please get in touch via email to food. Any feedback on this resource is appreciated as we continue to develop it and build ongoing discourse around these issues.
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