A central interest is how design research methods such as prototyping might be employed with and by communities to co-imagine and speculatively design well-making spaces, material and otherwise, that promote awareness and thinking about the value of making activities and spaces, and how they benefit the health and wellbeing of communities. The event included presentations, discussion, and group prototyping of potential well-making spaces, tools, and approaches that might respond to/emerge from community scenarios and venues including hospitals, online portals, community spaces, educational environments, health settings, existing maker spaces, and domestic settings.
|Commissioning body||Arts and Humanities Research Council|
|Number of pages||33|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Apr 2018|
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- School of Art and Media - Principal Lecturer
- Community21 – Social and Sustainable Design Research Group
- Centre for Arts and Wellbeing
- Design for Circular Cities and Regions (DCCR) Research and Enterprise Group
- Centre for Digital Cultures and Innovation
- Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics
- Centre of Resilience for Social Justice