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  • Coronavirus lockdown has given many of us a taste of separation from family members and loved ones, but ask lockdown eases, some families remain separated. Since 2012, when the British government introduced new restrictions to family immigration, thousands of British citizens and long-term residents have been denied the right to live with their partners and/or… (read more)
  • Come and join us for a Brigstow work in progress conversation that brings together two of our current co-produced projects for brief work-in-progress presentations and an opportunity for questions and conversation from you. These interdisciplinary projects explore the role of place in community wellbeing and resilience, from the value of local parks to the wellbeing… (read more)
  • Come and join us for a Brigstow work in progress conversation that brings together two of our current co-produced projects for brief work-in-progress presentations and an opportunity for questions and conversation from you. These interdisciplinary projects explore different responses to the Climate and Ecological Emergency, from how young people from diverse backgrounds can best respond,… (read more)
  • Come and join us for a Brigstow work in progress conversation that brings together two of our current co-produced projects for brief work-in-progress presentations and an opportunity for questions and conversation from you. These interdisciplinary projects explore storytelling and expression, from how you can source and generate content from languages and stories underserved by the… (read more)
  • Come and join us for a Brigstow work in progress conversation that brings together two of our current co-produced projects for brief work-in-progress presentations and an opportunity for questions and conversation from you. These interdisciplinary projects explore how mapping, history and engagement can bring new insights, from how pollution and the clearance of slum housing… (read more)
  • Come and join us for a Brigstow work in progress conversation that brings together two of our current co-produced projects for brief work-in-progress presentations and an opportunity for questions and conversation from you. These interdisciplinary projects explore two very different histories: from revisiting the landmark study of Caribbean people in Britain in the 1970s carried… (read more)
  • Come and join us for a Brigstow work in progress conversation that brings together two of our current co-produced projects for brief work-in-progress presentations and an opportunity for questions and conversation from you. These interdisciplinary projects adopt different creative approaches to explore immigration policies from the perspectives of those directly affected: from using prose poetry… (read more)
  • Library Room, Ground Floor Royal Fort House, Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1UH Bring your team, or come alone, to have a chat about your potential seedcorn project at one of our coffee mornings or afternoon teas. Select a time slot on one of the dates given below, just one per team, and maybe be prepared… (read more)
  • If you have an idea for a seedcorn project and would like to talk it through before applying for funding, why not come along to one of our coffee mornings or afternoon teas? They are on: Wednesday 2 October in the morning Monday 14 October in the afternoon Tuesday 15 October in the afternoon Tuesday 22 October… (read more)