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  • Art and Regeneration Ownership of their game and area.
  • Primary Heads CPD Taking the board game Proposal as inspiration, this model of reflective practice has been tested with Primary Head Teachers during a CPD training session focusing on Creativity & RE. The teachers were asked to use the zone structure to divide their board and create tasks (rather than artists briefs) for the players to undertake. In this instance teachers replaced my content with research related to QCA schemes of work. The teachers designed the look of the board and developed their own method of moving around the board. The teacher found that setting a task to collect various objects and pieces of information would help pupils reflect on a topic and was also a useful revision tool. The teacher also found nominating some cards as discussion questions would be useful in generating debate in class.
  • Learning through doing fits with new secondary curriculum and the creative curriculum for primary
  • Business Plan Development Creating a game based on initial ideas Developing content
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    • 1. Presentation for the VC Early Career Researchers Seminar Series University of Salford, UK April 15, 2010 Paul Haywood & Sam Ingleson School of Art & Design Community Engagement & Knowledge Transfer
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    • 3. Crime in Salford Locally Per 1000 Population Locally Nationally Robbery 683 3.16 1.85 Theft of a motor vehicle 2034 9.40 4.04 Theft from a vehicle 3411 15.77 9.56 Sexual offences 268 1.24 1.17 Violence (person) 4515 20.87 19.97 Burglary 2190 10.12 5.67 171% 233% 165% 106% 105% 178%
    • 4. Project web presence: http://wearpeace10.wordpress.com
    • 5. ACTION & IMPACT MODELLING: THE CREATIVE ACADEMY IN A PARALLEL UNIVERSITY. Paul Haywood Sam Ingleson Jo Clements Brian Percival (Salford University)
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    • 8. The purpose of our actions, as artists, is to look for indicators or stimulus that might set a brief for making or other reaction. This is completely normal within the traditions of landscape painting, where the painter’s aim is to discover the environment and its essential qualities.
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    • 11. WHAT WILL OUR PRACTICE/RESEARCH DEVELOP, TEST, PROVE? WHAT DISCRETE PROBLEMS DOES THE PRACTICE SEEK TO ADDRESS? WHAT VARIABLES MIGHT TEST OR MITIGATE THE RESEARCH? WHAT IS THE ROLE OR INVESTMENT OF THE ‘USER’ COMMUNITY? HOW CAN A METRICS DRIVEN TOOLKIT BE TRANSFERRED TO NON-SPECIALIST ‘USERS’?
    • 12. WHAT IS THE CONTRIBUTION TO RELEVANT DISCOURSES AFFECTING THE CURRENCY OF OUR SPECIFIC DISCIPLINE FIELD? HOW IS THE ROLE OF CREATIVE ARTS IN CONTEMPORARY SOCILA COHESION PRACTICES CAPTURED AND DEFINED? CAN ARTS PRACTICES BE MODELLED TO PROVIDE VALUE TO SOCIETY AND ECONOMIC STIMULUS IN THE CONTEXT OF REGENERATION? IS THERE A MEASURABLE CONTRIBUTION, BEYOND CULTURAL DIALOGUES, TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ARCHITECTURE? CAN WE RELY ON THE ARTS TO DELIVER OVERALL COST BENEFITS TO ALL SIGNIFICANT BREADTH OF CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY?
    • 13. I’M NOT SURE I SUFFICIENTLY CARE? RESEARCH CREATES A DISTRACTION FROM CREATIVE PRACTICE? CREATIVE PRACTICE IS AN END IN ITSELF, IT IS ITS OWN CASE STUDY? CREATIVE PRACTICE IS YIELDING, MALEABLE, PERMEABLE, ALTERABLE AND, THEREFORE, VULNERABLE? WHAT WE DO IS A METHOD OF ENGAGEMENT THAT PROVIDES LOTS OF INTERACTIVE RESEARCH SCENARIOS, ALL OF WHICH ARE A DISTRACTION FROM OUR NATURAL DESIRES AND HABITS. THE ONES WE SEEK TO WORK WITH ARE THE ONES THAT TEND TO MEET WITH OUR PASSIONS AND POLITICAL INSTINCTS. THERE IS A LOT OF ROOM FOR COMPROMISE, BUT NOT TO THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE PRACTICE IS NO LONGER OURS AND NOT TO THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE RICH ENERGY AND MAGIC OF ARTISTIC ENDEAVOUR AS AN EXPERIENCE MIGHT BE ERODED OR DISSOLVED?
    • 14. Socio-Geographic Environmental Character Assessment, community consultation and neighbourhood liaison and the Artist as researcher within Regeneration and Urban Renewal . or LANDSCAPE PAINTING
    • 15. Illusion, Illustration, Representation , Reproduction, Picture Making, Design, Pattern, Narrative, Gesture, Colour, Play....
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    • 19. REdGENERATION is: Jade, Becky, Lydia, Shelley, Wing-Sie, Sam, Jane, Alex, Tasha, Aaron, Sophie, Sam, Lydia, Matt, Paul,
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    • 22. REdGENERATION is: A product development CIC run by young people. We design, commission and bring to market, Salford branded products. We make products about Salford, in Salford, for Salford. We aim to make profit from people with money. We aim to give money to families in Salford displaced by regeneration.
    • 23. Using Board Games in workshops
      • As a method of reflection
      • For the creation of new ideas
      • For content creation
    • 24. Primary Heads CPD
    • 25. Learning through doing
      • Research
      • Team work
      • Design & Artwork
      • Prototyping
      • Design Technology
      • Testing
      • Marketing
      • Enterprise
    • 26. Business Plan Development Creating a game based on initial ideas Developing content
    • 27. Explordsall Method of public art consultation A way to present information and local history
    • 28. ‘ GUNS TO GOODS’ CARISMA, 2008 – ongoing. In 2006/07 Greater Manchester saw a 9% increase in incidents from 110 in 2005/06 to 120 incidents. Six of the discharges resulted in a fatality, including the death of Jessie James. Jessie’s death reflects our greatest concern; the increased victimisation of young people in the community by those involved in firearms criminality.
    • 29. GUNS INTO GOODS is intended to engage with young people who are at greatest risk of becoming involved in gang and gun culture as victims, witnesses and or offenders.
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      • engagement through art
      • - inclusive actions
      • - responsive, developmental & kinaesthetic
      • - graphic narratives & image based language
      • haptic and multiple intelligences
      • - manufacturing with recycled gun metals
      • selling to very rich people (or people who care)
      • ‘ WEARPEACE’ (2009 – ongoing)
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    • 34. Project web presence: http://wearpeace10.wordpress.com
    • 35. - European Social Fund – Arts into Education - Salford Innovation Park, Public Art Commission. - Embodiments of Change Conference. - Research for Innovation Circles, HEA funded case studies. - International Conference on the Arts in Society. - International Journal of Arts in Society. - 6 th International Conference on Discourses, Power and Resistance. - Common Works, Socially Engaged Practice Conference. - International Conference on Dialogues and Differences in Arts Education, - ‘ARTSEDGE’, Government of Western Australia, conference on Arts and Culture in Education. - AHRC Knowledge Transfer Fellowship Funding. - ELIA Claiming Creativity Conference. - International Conference on the Arts in Society. - International Journal of Arts in Society. - International Conference on Fine & Performing Arts. - Journal of Visual Arts Practice - National Arts Learning Network

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