Author Archive | sgiullari

A food project that’s close to home

Yasmin Thomas has just finished as a Junior Digital Producer at Knowle West Media Centre. Here she looks back at her time working on the Who Decides What’s in my Fridge? project.   I have lived in Knowle West since the age of four, but I didn’t know that my first role in the media and arts […]

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Mark Stephens, CBE Q & A Lecture at Single Parent Action Network

Friday 20th of May, 10-12 followed by lunch and conversation 12-2. Described as the ‘Patron solicitor of previously lost causes’ renowned media and human rights lawyer, Mark Stephens is coming to the Single Parent Action Network (SPAN). The Productive Margins ‘life-chances’ research program has been investigating experiences of regulatory bodies, poverty and routes out of […]

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Welcome to Productive Margins new website

After a 6 month labour of love we are launching our new more interactive, reflective and user friendly website! Here you will find multidisciplinary projects’ outputs, reflections on co-production and a range of resources. We wanted a website that, besides communicating research news and outputs, would enable us to share our experience of the dilemmas […]

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Made in Knowle West

Did you know that Ribena was first made in Bristol not far from Knowle West? Join us for ‘Made in Knowle West’, an afternoon of creating new delicious drinks, celebrating both our local landscape and the creativity of residents. In the afternoon we will search the local landscape for fruit and herbs to make summer drinks and other seasonal […]

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The Cook & Converse events bring together those facing significant challenges when it comes to accessing good healthy food, with those in a position to do something about it. Through a cooking demonstration showing people how to make their own breaded chicken, homemade slaw and sweet potato chips, participants will be given suggestions as to […]

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Artist Commission: Bristol-based food project

Productive Margins is seeking an artist or collective/team to work collaboratively on a socially engaged arts project exploring access to food in community settings in Bristol. Applications are invited from from artists and creative practitioners from a range of disciplines including visual arts, performance, installation, and public art. The project will run from May to July 2016 and the […]

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