Your Quarters, Your Culture Telling the Cultural Quarter’s affective stories

Posted: Wed, 28 May 2014 19:08

The personal stories that we share routinely through social media often reveal how we think about, feel and use the spaces where they happen. Pieced together, these affective stories can add an important social layer to the history of the places we occupy.

As part of the Affective Digital Histories project Phoenix and the University of Leicester will team up with Cultural Quarter residents to explore:

What does it feel like to live in the Cultural Quarter today?

What kinds of affective stories would we have liked to hear from past, and tell future residents?

How do we want to tell our affective stories about the Cultural Quarter?

Workshop details

Date: Saturday 14 June 2014, 13.30 – 18.00pm

Venue: Phoenix, 4 Midland Street, Leicester, LE1 1TG

Activities: Imagineering, creative prototyping, role play

Free snacks and refreshments will be available. Participants will also receive complimentary cinema tickets and an invitation to join the "Affective Digital Histories – LCQ Residents" special interest group.

To book a place contact:

Giasemi Vavoula, University of Leicester

Gino Attwood, Phoenix

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