Together with their collaboration partners Euton Daley and Junie James, Rachel Barbaresi, Hanna Klien-Thomas and Sylvia Morgado De Queiroz have presented at the CKC2023: New Future for Creative Economies conference in Bristol. In their talk, entitled ‘A Place For We – Mapping creative spaces and the African Caribbean experience in Oxford’, they introduced the wider context of their research constituted by a number of collaborative projects, the ongoing community-led campaigns for permanent space, as well as various student projects at Brookes which have emerged from their activities. In doing so, they discussed ideas for tools of community-led archiving, integrating student learning experiences in collaborative research and how documenting initiatives in academic research can contribute resources for activism and community organising.
DIVERSE CULTURAL SPACES at CKC 2023
April 3, 2023