This blog has been written by Public Engagement Manager, Helen Craig, about her experiences supporting Performing Health, part of the Performance Lab programme which brings together artists, researchers, and students to explore how performance can animate research. It’s bittersweet to remember the Performing Health symposium held by UCL Culture almost a year ago. So many […]
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Newly appointed Trellis 2 Project Manager, Junna Begum, reflects on her first few weeks in post.
Centre co-producers Nicc, Mandy, Mark, Al, Katherine and Lizzie tell you a little about the upcoming launch of the Centre for Co-production. Included in the blog is the event sign up link, we hope you can join us!
As a network of co-producers we’ve been busy co-creating our new name, brand, logo, and website. All of which will be key to the future of the Centre and in helping ensure our long-term sustainability. The next session is coming up on Thursday 17 September and after this we will be working together offline for […]
In this blog post, STEP trainee Caroline reflects on her experience of joining UCL Culture during the Coronavirus lockdown and working with the Engagement team.
Our second virtual Co-production Network Session featured Louca-Mai, Jacq, Elena and Orla from eyeYPAG) a Young People’s Advisory Group for those with eye or vision problems as well as lots of thought-provoking discussions around breaking down barriers to virtual co-production. Thank you to everyone who attended and we hope to see you at our future […]
This blog was written by Scott, one of our co-producers, and Rory, the project co-ordinator for the Centre. We share the learning from the two ‘Co-creating Our Strategy’ virtual sessions held in early June 2020.
This blog comes from Laura Crane – UCL Centre for Co-production Allies Group member, Centre co-producer and someone who plays a key part in the UCL Centre for Research in Autism and Education. Thank you Laura! I love my job, and one of the things I love the most is being part of the development […]
This blog it brought to you by Niccola from UCL Centre for Co-production. Read on to find out more about this opportunity to get involved in exploring co-production in depth Hi everyone, Hope you are doing ok during these different times? It was lovely to see, and chat to, so many of you online for […]
This blog has three co-authors: Sarah, Clare, and Helen. They were some of the 91 people who attended our Co-production Network Session (‘Virtual Co-production: Is it actually possible?’) on the 12th of May 2020 Last week, the UCL Centre for Co-production hosted its first virtual event in the shape of a Co-production Network session on […]