Covid Realities is hosting two creative workshops for participatory researchers with artist Jean McEwan. These workshops will provide a space to reflect on the process of doing participatory work, and to discuss the ethical and methodological issues such work involves - with zine-making as the medium!
One of the workshops will be in-person, and held in York (18th July). The other will be an online workshop held on Zoom (21st July).
About these workshops
These workshops are for participatory researchers to come together and discuss their ways of working, and the various challenges, problems, and questions these pose.
The workshops will create a space for reflection, and provide participatory researchers with an opportunity to share their insights and experiences.
Hands-on and creative, the workshops will also provide a practical introduction to zine-making as part of collaborative/collective research.
One of the workshops will be in-person, and held in York. The other will be an online workshop held on zoom. Please make sure to register for the right one!
There are limited spaces, so register as soon as possible to avoid missing out!
For the in-person event there are also a limited number of travel bursaries available. These will be prioritised for people without institutional funding. Please indicate whether you would like a bursary when you register.
To register for the in-person event please visit the Eventbrite page here.
To register for the online event click here.
Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information. We are grateful to the ESRC for making these workshops possible.