#artsmethods symposium is underway at the Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre
LAST FEW PLACES LEFT!
Using Arts Based Methods in collaborative Research with Migrant Sex Workers and LGBTQ Refugees. Coventry, 18 May
We warmly encourage sex workers, people who identify as LGBTQI migrants and refugees and people who work with these groups using creative arts based methods to join us. Bursaries available.
17 May: Using participatory arts based methods with migrant sex workers and LGBTQ people from refugee and migrant backgrounds in South Africa – JAG27, Cov Uni.
18 May: Using arts-based methods in participatory research with migrant sex workers and LGBTQ people from migrant and refugee backgrounds – Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre. All day.
19 May: afternoon workshop: Intro to Arts Based Methods – April Mandrona, McGill Participatory Cultures Lab – JAG27, Cov Uni
To book contact email@example.com
To find out about the activities and collaboration go to #artsmethods or visit https://artsmethods.wordpress.com
A collaboration between Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations at Coventry Uni; African Centre for Migration & Society, Wits Uni; Coventry Refugee and Migration Centre and the International Sociological Association Visual Sociology Working Group (ISA WG03).
Funded by British Academy Newton Fund
See here for an overview of the JHB symposium!
The #artsmethods symposium underway in Johannesburg!
Hosted by the Workers Museum in Newtown, Johannesburg, the symposium began with the opening of an exhibition and publication launch from the MoVE project of the African Centre for Migration & Society (ACMS) at Wits University.