More than food
‘More than food’
More than food is a striking selection of photographs, designed to raise awareness and create debate around foodbank use, funded by the Creative Exchange.
The exhibition is a collaboration between the University’s Social Innovation Group, distinguished photojournalist Paddy Dowling, and local foodbanks. Reflecting on lived experiences of foodbank use, the images and stories illustrate the complex circumstances at play and the power of localised forms of care.
The exhibition is a creative exploration of the central organising concept of the Social Innovation Group’s existing EU funded projects: place based and person centred care.
It will be on display in the ESI Creative Space from the 6th February to 16th March 2018. There will be a private view at 2pm on Tuesday 6th February with an opportunity to meet members of the Social Innovation Group and find out more about the project and exhibition.
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What next for welfare and support in Cornwall? Sharing learning and building responses to welfare change.
The Creative Exchange has enabled members of the University of Exeter’s Social Innovation Group to facilitate a workshop focussed on the delivery of care within a context of profound change to the welfare system. Using photographs and narratives from the ‘More than Food’ exhibition, which reflects on issues around food bank use in Cornwall, this workshop builds on existing partnership work through the ESF funded project Smart Tenant, bringing together partners from the charitable and voluntary sector, food banks, housing associations and academics to share learning. The aim of the workshop is to provoke reflections and discussions on the issues raised by this work in order to produce guidance and recommendations for enabling local organisations to adapt to these changes in the Cornish context.
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