The Understanding Everyday Participation – Articulating Cultural Values project will host its closing conference on 11-12 June, 2018, Friends’ Meeting House, Manchester
The conference: Understanding everyday participation: Re-locating culture, value and inequality will ask how we might re-think the field of participation studies, both within and across disciplinary boundaries, including its articulations with policy.
Papers contributing to the debate about the future of cultural participation research will be presented under the following themes:
- Cultural values and participation
- Geographies of everyday participation
- Creative economies and the everyday
- Health, wellbeing and everyday participation
- Arts, culture and heritage and the everyday
- Participation, identities and power
Confirmed keynote speakers: Professor Omar Lizardo (University of Notre Dame) and Professor Kate Oakley (University of Leeds)
Registrations are open until 23 May.
- Conference fee £150.00
- Conference dinner £45.00
- Access to registration page
- Conference flyer
The Understanding Everyday Participation – Articulating Cultural Values project thanks everyone who is contributing to this conference.
To contact us please email: firstname.lastname@example.org