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Collaborations between Food Researchers and the Arts: a creative appetiser

Interested in engaging with the arts in your research on food?

Exeter Food—in collaboration with Arts & Culture (University of Exeter), Creative Arc, and the Co-Production Oracle—is organising a workshop for Exeter Food network members who would like to work more closely with creative practitioners (from any artform) but are not sure where to start. We will share case studies to provide inspiration; introduce you to useful people at the University who can help shape your ideas; talk about pathways to funding; and provide a short workshop to give you a taste of this work in practice.


Event details

Abstract

Programme:

 

15:00-15:10 

Welcome and introduction to the session and its contributors – Harry G. West, Professor of Anthropology and Lead of Exeter Food

15:11-15:25 

Case Study 1 – Celia Plender, Lecturer in Anthropology and member of the Exeter Food Stakeholder Working Group for Culture, Media and Education

15:26-15:40 

Case Study 2 – Simon Pope, Artist 

15:41-15:50 

Opportunities for collaboration – Belinda Dillon, Creative Arc

15:51-15:55 

5 min break

15:55- 16:35

Practical workshop – Hannah Mumby, Co-Production Oracle

16:36-16:45 

Networks of support – Sarah Campbell, Arts & Culture

16:46-16:55 

Funding pathways – Dom Jinks, Exeter Innovation

16:56-17:00

Wrap-up and next steps – Harry West

 

The resources and recording from this event are nor available to Exeter Food Members on the Exeter Food Sharepoint site.

 

Location: Via Teams

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This is the first of two sessions; it will be followed by a half-day in-person workshop at a date to be determined.

Whatever your experience of engagement with the arts, do come along to exchange and develop ideas.

Location:

Remote via Teams