You can now view five new case studies that form part of our evaluation of Appetite. These case studies consider areas such as Appetite’s funding for developing new artists, the positive journey for a Community Hub member who […]
Nic is working closely with Iona Jones and a wonderful team of community researchers to carry out our social value forecast of Stoke-on-Trent winning the bid to become City of Culture in 2021. The focus […]
AMORES, a two year participatory action learning project, worked with ten teachers and over 400 students to learn how creativity and ICT could empower students and increase engagement with literature. Janet Hetherington, from the Creative Communities Unit, worked with […]
CCU Social Media Editor, Adam Gratton, talks about the Creative Communities Unit’s involvement with @Mindset. We here in the Creative Communities Unit at Staffordshire University are proud to be part of an innovative new European […]
Having recently conducted a couple of pieces of focus group research I have been encouraged by the reciprocal benefits experienced by researcher, commissioners of the research and research participants themselves.
Adam Gratton, Get Talking Volunteer, reflects on how Get Talking and tea helped conversation flow at a beautiful performance of As the World Tipped on a soggy Friday night
Adam Gratton, Get Talking Network Volunteer and Cultural Reporter for Appetite reflects on his experience of being part of Get Talking for Appetite As I helped to unload the wild array of implements for the […]
The CCU advertises a great employment opportunity to work on Appetite, an Arts Council funded project in Stoke on Trent. The Creative Communities Unit wishes to recruit a Researcher for the ‘Appetite’ programme – an Arts Council funded, Creative People […]