Events with communities

An additional series of events organized by C-DARE Coventry University explores different types of capacity building actions for empowering cultural communities with various approaches to cultural heritage and education.

Below is a summary of the past events, containing links to the recordings.

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10 February 2022
Roma: Recycle Reuse Reimagine: Co-Production with artists, Roma women and families

Co-producing a children’s book and using art to explore climate justice with vulnerable communities. This Capacity Building LabDay explored the importance of co-creation.
23 February 2022Dance, Archives, Disability and Ablebodiedness

Archives, dance, disability and ablebodiedness raises several questions that need to be more explored in terms of narratives, language and equality.
16 March 2022

h. 10.00 – 11.15 am UK time
WEAVE’s 3D modelling tools, ICH and the SCHEDAR project LabDay

This LabDay will bring together the WEAVE and SCHEDAR team members and the event will discuss how each project envisages making ICH content digitally available to facilitate the preservation and safeguarding of cultural heritage while
also ensuring that the development of technology develops in accordance with and aligns with the needs of key stakeholders.
18 March 2022

h. 9.45 – 11.00 am UK time
Importance of Films and Visuals within the Roma Recycle Project 

The Capacity Building LabDay will describe the process of generating inclusive, multilingual materials for schools and families to use on the theme of recycling.
29 March 2022

h. 10.00 – 11.30 am UK time
AILEY and Curating Screendance into festivals

This LabDay speaks to some of the following questions:
• Lack of dance films in film festivals – is there a need for curating more dance-related content?
• Lack of diversity in the Cultural heritage sector- Black and African Diaspora dance community is under represented… how can we challenge this reality?
• Using dance films and curatorial techniques to open up spaces to explore intersectionality through dance