CCSE, A Year in Review through the Lens of our Blog: part II

CCSE, A Year in Review through the Lens of our Blog: part II

In the early spring, plans for our upcoming Annual Symposium – to be hosted at the University in May, 2020 – we well underway. And then, the COVID19 pandemic arrived.

By the end of March, 2020 we – based at UWS – along with colleagues from across our networks of collaborators, stakeholders and associates were finding our feet in the ‘new normal.’ For many of us, this included working from home for the foreseeable future. (more…)

CCSE, A Year in Review through the Lens of our Blog: part I

CCSE, A Year in Review through the Lens of our Blog: part I

The passage of time has been a somewhat strange – or at least, stranger – thing to experience in 2020 than is usually the case. It is nevertheless heartening to look back over the academic year through the lens of the posts that we’ve been able to publish on the CCSE blog. (more…)

Paisley’s Heart and Soul – A Short Film

Earlier in the year, CCSE staff got together with colleagues from STAR Project to deliver a workshop alongside STAR community members. The workshop was an opportunity to discuss community experiences of culture in and around Paisley and Renfrewshire. The workshop was part of our UKRI project, funded as part of their ‘Enchacing Place Based Parterships’ stream. (more…)

CCSI 2020:  7th biennial International Symposium on Cross-Sector Social Interactions

CCSI 2020: 7th biennial International Symposium on Cross-Sector Social Interactions

After our own recent experience of hosting a virtual conference, CCSE Director – Prof Gayle McPherson – spoke this week at the 7th biennial International Symposium on Cross -Sector Social Interactions. As the restrictions on co-presence and travel remain in place for many, the event took place virtually. (more…)

Art & Soul of Paisley – ‘Get on yer feet, use yer voice, get the colour markers out!’

Art & Soul of Paisley – ‘Get on yer feet, use yer voice, get the colour markers out!’

Back in February (admittedly, a time that now feels but a distant memory), the Centre for Culture, Sport and Events, Renfrewshire Council and STAR Project came together to ask the Paisley community what culture meant to them. Despite the appaling weather, our community members attended en masse to tell us exactly what it meant to them. (more…)

Techno-Aesthetics and Post-Industrial Memory: Seminar

Techno-Aesthetics and Post-Industrial Memory: Seminar

*PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED*

 

Professor Katarzyna Kosmala and Professor Graham Jeffery are organising a seminar at UWS Ayr Campus; Dr Waldemar Affelt (Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the School of Business and Creative Industries) is presenting a lecture entitled “Future of Intangible Heritage in Historic Environment of the Gdansk Shipyard”. (more…)