In this blog Ben Spencer, Sue Brownill, Oscar Natividad from Oxford Brookes University report on an international conference on 27-28 June 2019 organised by Sarah da Silva Telles from the Catholic Pontifical University Rio de Janeiro (PUC) and … Continue reading Co-Creation in the city: rights and culture of favelas and peripheries
Graffiti writers and street artists have their own complex language, rules, code of ethics. One objective of these urban art creators is to place their work in as many prominent positions around a city as they can in order to be seen by as many … Continue reading Graffiti Writing and Co-Creation in Rio
Part of the Co-Creation team at the Ministry of Culture in Mexico City. From right to left: Jo Davies, Christina Horvath, Hugh Lauder, Andres Sandoval-Hernandez, Irene Macias and Pilar Miramontes. In November-December 2018, Andres … Continue reading Co-Creating in Mexico City: an intervention designed by the Bath team
The exhibition saought to the project with local audiences and attracted over 250 visitors from Bath During the week of 18th-24th March 2019, the University of Bath Co-Creation team initiated an exhibitionentitledCo-Creating Cohesive Cities. … Continue reading “Co-Creating Cohesive Cites”: an exhibtion to challenge whitewashed narratives in Bath
In this blog post Ben Spencer from Oxford Brookes University reports on aspects of mobility highlighted during the CoCreation workshop in Rio de Janeiro and how CoCreation approaches are being used more widely in the city. Exploring Santa … Continue reading What does ‘the asphalt’ mean for getting around Rio?
In this blog post Oscar Natividad, Sue Brownill and Ben Spencer from Oxford Brookes University report on a workshop on Co-Creation methods held in Santa Marta, Rio de Janeiro. Transferring information from interviews onto a shared map. Photo … Continue reading Whose leisure is it anyway?
In this blog post Segolene Pruvot, from European Alternatives, reflects on the 5-day CoCreation workshop held in the Santa Marta favela, Rio de Janeiro. Gentrification sign at the top of the Santa Marta favela Most urban planners (and many … Continue reading Crash Course in Brazilian Urban Reality
In this blog post Sue Brownill and Ben Spencer from Oxford Brookes University and Lorenzo Tripodi from Tesserae report on a workshop on Co-Creation methods workshop held in Oxford. What is onion mapping? Onion mapping may sound like a boring … Continue reading Onion Mapping and Urban Reconnaissance – Co-Creation Methods Workshop in Oxford
Can a literary scholar arriving in Rio dream of anything better than being picked up from the airport and guided through the city by a writer? My guide, Toni Marques, who works for TV Globo’s weekly magazine Fantástico, doesn’t disappoint. After an … Continue reading FLIP, FLUPP and flip-flops in Rio de Janeiro: tracking marginal literature and co-creation
In our second blog post we report on a secondment related to the CO-CREATION project from Dr Bryan Clift, a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) from University of Bath. He offers us insight into his month based at The Pontifical Catholic University of Rio … Continue reading Developing Networks in Rio de Janeiro