A blog by Susanne Burns, CCC Network's evaluator
Sally Proctor, Slung Low’s Community Director, tells the story of their first year at The Holbeck where co-creation has saved an important community resource.
Two brilliant projects have been awarded the last round of commissions, for a total of just over £30k between them.
Below is a round-up of the third Co-Creating Change network gathering, which took place at Arnolfini in Bristol on 7th November.
The third Co-Creating Change Network gathering took place in the Arnolfini in Bristol on a crisp November day when the north of the country was being battered by rain. Attended by some 100 people from
Over the last few months I have attended several events that have led me to reflect on our understanding of this thing called ‘co-creation.’
We are excited to announce the recipients of the second round of Co-Creating Change Project Commissions.
Co-Creating Change Project Commissions are open for submissions until Monday 16th September 2019 (Round 2) and Monday 18th November 2019 (Round 3).
Notes from the group discussion chaired by Rhiannon White and Kenn Taylor during the last Network Gathering in Leeds
A reflection from Susanne Burns and Tamsin Cox, the evaluators of the Co-Creating Change project.
Liz Moreton, Director of Creativity and Social Change at Battersea Arts Centre, opens the day with a welcome speech about the role of co-creation.
Susanne Burns, evaluator for the Co-Creating Change project, reflects on the selection process for the first round of Project Commissions.
Co-Creating Change today announced its first five commissions, awarding nearly £60,000 to five projects to effect real social change across the country.
With One Voice is an international arts and homelessness movement with 50% of the board and staff made up of people who are or board and staff made up of people who are or have been homeless.
Back in September 2018, the full Co-Creating Change network came together for the first time in London, traveling from as far and wide as Redruth in Cornwall to Stirling in Scotland.
The background to how the network came about is described in two blogs.
GL4 festival brings talent into the heart of the community and Strike A Light festival strives to make Gloucester a city with a vibrant culture for all.