DescriptionA diverse general public were engaged in this event, which was part of the AHRC's 'Being Human' festival. This was also advertised nationally (through the AHRC catalogue and social media) and was reported in the local newspaper, 'The Cambrian News'. The Arts Centre in Aberystwyth was hired as a location, and there were screenings of two project-related films (TIMELINE and Y Gors) and music performed by singer-songwriters Gwilym and Siwan Morus. There was also a discussion about hope and fear in the context of environmental challenges, facilitated by community partner Shelagh Hourahane. Images from the 'Hydrocitizenship' project, depicting creative engagement activities all year round, were played on the screen during the live music. Many members of the audience stayed to talk afterwards, and many are still in touch with the project teams. This outcome is relevant to the creative research and engagement undertaken on both 'Troubled Waters' and 'Hydrocitizenship' research projects.
|Period||25 Nov 2016|
|Event title||Gobaith ac Ofn; Dwy Sgriniad/ Hope and Fear|
|Location||Aberystwyth, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandShow on map|
|Degree of Recognition||Regional|
Documents & Links
Troubled Waters, Stormy Futures: heritage in times of accelerated climate change
Project: Externally funded research