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Co-Curate brings together online collections, museums, universities, schools and community groups to make and re-make stories and images from North East England. Co-Curate is a trans-disciplinary project that will open up ‘official’ museum and ‘un-officia’l co-created community-based collections and archives through innovative collaborative approaches using social media and open archives/data. The project delivers a transformative…

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Introduction to Pararchive

The Pararchive team’s breakout session from this month’s AHRC Connected Communities Festival in Cardiff* is now available on Youtube… Introductions from Fiona Philip and Simon Popple. Researching Collections at the Science Museum, Alison Hess From Bute to Butetown, Paul Duffy Ceramic City Stories, Danny Callaghan and Jane Wells Designing Pararchive, Imran Ali *We all thought it was kinda…

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Connected Communities: Designing Pararchive

Earlier this month, members of the wider Pararchive team were invited to host a 90-minute breakout session on our project at the Connected Communities festival. I closed the segment with some reflections on our approach to design & community storytelling; here’s my talk… Hey everyone, my name is Imran Ali. I’m one of the founders of Carbon Imagineering, a digital…

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Pararchive at Connected Communities Festival, Cardiff 1-2 July/ Pararchive yng Ngŵyl Cymunedau Cysylltiedig 2014 yng Nghaerdydd ar ddydd Mawrth 1af a dydd Mercher 2il Gorffenna

Come and join the Pararchive team at the Connected Communities Festival 2014 in Cardiff on Tuesday 1st & Wednesday 2nd July. We are running a range of exciting activities, all of which are free and open to all (see below for details).  Both the Breakout session and the Gladstone 2013 – Fired Up! Workshop will…

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