Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods
Sefydliad Ymchwil Gymdeithasol ac Economaidd, Data a Dulliau Cymru

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News and Events

Our first meeting took place on 22nd June 2017, see our first blog post in the Blog section to find out more. If you have any news items or events you would like us to promote, please send them to Ellie at ByrneE@Cardiff.ac.uk.

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EVENT: HIDDEN HILLFORT LAUNCH EVENT

Tuesday 5th September 10am-2pm

Former Gospel Hall, Church Road, Caerau

This event will launch the Hidden Hillfort project, funded by Heritage Lottery, in collaboration with ACE and Cardiff University. There will be food and drinks, stalls, info about volunteering, gardening and clearing activities, children’s activities and a chance to inform the development of the project.

Please contact Kimberley on 02920 003710 or email kimberleyj@elycaerau.com for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

EVENT: ARTIST HOTEL HOUSEWARMING PARTY AND STAY

7-8 Sep 2017

Filwood Community Centre, Barnstaple Road, Bristol, BS4 1JP

Tickets £15 for both days

Join Knowle West Media Centre to celebrate the opening of the first We Can Make house: a straw-bale building designed by White Design and made in Knowle West.

The first Artist Hotel will be offering a full experience including night-cap, ‘fireside’ entertainment, sleep-over and breakfast. This will be a pop-up edition of The Artist Hotel where you can explore the centre’s spaces, imagine its potential and meet new people to discuss and reshape ideas of regeneration.

For more information and to book: call 0117 903 0444 or email Martha.king@kwmc.org.uk

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EVENT: The Art of Looking at Ourselves

15, 16, 17 September 2017

St Donat's Art Centre, Vale of Glamorgan

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With: Sally Hughes and Iwan Brioc, The Republic of the Imagination

You are warmly invited to take part in The Art of Looking at Ourselves this autumn, in the beautiful setting of St Donat's Arts Centre in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales.

The weekend offers an introduction to the Context Oriented Arts (CoArts) method developed by Iwan Brioc from The Republic of the Imagination.

During the workshop, you will enjoy a range of art and image making, movement and mindfulness activities through which you develop your own 'sensory portal', a site-specific installation.

The weekend culminates in a performance, where you invite friends and family to experience journeying through the sensory portals you have co-created.

Please see more information about the weekend in our brochure.

Book your place.