Redesigning Stewardship

Kerridge, Tobie and Hartley, John. 2019. 'Redesigning Stewardship'. In: Redesigning Stewardship. Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom 16 September 2019. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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The workshop provided an opportunity for UK Public Bodies invested in public engagement around estates, and practice researchers in Arts & Humanities to come together, to present and discuss interests, approaches and ambitions.
Arts & Humanities researchers introduced practices and interests related to stewardship and public engagement, setting some context for core issues. Representatives from the National Trust, Forestry Commission and the Canal and Rivers Trust presented their ambitions around Arts approaches to public engagement with estates and assets. Public engagement officers also discussed their own ambitions for Goldsmiths.

The session took an inventive and open approach, with an ambition to foster intellectual excitement and creative possibility, while also considering concrete constraints and opportunities. What novel formats of stewardship, in relation to participatory encounters with the estates and assets of public bodies, might be supported through Arts & Humanities practice research?

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1 August 2019Accepted
16 September 2019Completed

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Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom

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16 September 2019

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07 Jun 2023 12:39

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07 Jun 2023 12:59


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