Project Details


This project will draw on McCormack's previous publications and research exploring collaborative co-creation processes, site-specific choreographic practices and the potential for creative activity to invite dialogue and build connection to address an issue facing urban cities across the world. This project asks, in a city like Bristol – named by the 2017 Runnymede report as one of the most diverse yet divided cities in the UK – how can we find new ways to facilitate meaningful dialogue and promote social cohesion between young people living in different parts of the same city?
Effective start/end date1/04/2413/01/25


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