BACKGROUND/HISTORY AND CONTEXT OF THE WORKSHOP
Building on the work of iSCAPE project partners, 20 Tips and Tricks for Living Lab
sustainability will be further iterated and co-designed with workshop participants.
MAIN AIM / OBJECTIVE
Agree and create a set of 20 tips and tricks – short text provocations and illustrations –for sustainability and creating long-term legacy for living labs. A fun and interactive opportunity to discover other participants’ ideas, challenges and experiences.
Sharing practice, experience and ideas. Creation of a working draft of 20 tips and tricks with ideas for designs.
BRIEF OUTLINE / METHODOLOGY
Based on Bristol Approach. Working in smaller larger groups we will identify key
learnings based on participants’ experiences, explore them in more detail, and agree criteria for selecting the final tips and tricks. We will then share with the wider group and vote on the top 20!
Penny EvansAssistant Director
Assistant Director, Knowle West Media Centre, Penny Evans works alongside the Director developing programmes that respond to future need, promoting participation, involvement and inclusion in the delivery of the project. One of her key areas of responsibility is strategic planning and development for: The Factory. She currently sits on the Engaged University Steering group at University of Bristol.
Jess LiningtonLearning Manager
Jess is Learning Manager at KWMC. She is delivering a new programme collaborating with communities and organisations across the city to share skills, tools and innovative ways of working together. Jess is focused on digital skills, citizen sensing, digital making and web projects. Her aim is to increase digital inclusion by improving access to, and engagement with, information, services and opportunities in the city
Arts Programme Producer
Martha KingArts Programme Producer
Martha King is Arts Programme Producer at KWMC. She has developed and delivered arts and research projects with citizens that explore; data ethics, commons based approaches, citizen-led co-design and participatory sensing. Supporting artists to create: performances, exhibitions, installations, talks, workshops and new commissions in a variety of contexts. She is co-author on HCI published paper 'A City in Common: A Framework to Foster Technology Innovation from the Bottom up' and has given public presentations around citizen innovation at a range of conferences across the UK and in Canada, including: The ENoLL OpenLivingLab Days conference in Montreal 2016 and at NESTA, London.