“From Brooklyn Works to Brooklynism?” – Sheffield Industrial Museums Trust partnership

From Brooklyn Works to Brooklynism? was a partnership collaboration between The University of Sheffield, Arts and Humanities Knowledge Exchange (Co-Constructive Humanities) and Kelham Island Museum (Sheffield Industrial Museums Trust). The Knowledge Exchange team in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities curated a six-week ‘takeover’ at Kelham Island Museum with a series of events and temporary Read more about “From Brooklyn Works to Brooklynism?” – Sheffield Industrial Museums Trust partnership[…]

“Railway Cultures” – National Railway Museum partnership

Railway Cultures is a collaborative project between the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Sheffield and the National Railway Museum (NRM) in York. Students and academics worked alongside archivists and curators to explore what arts and humanities research can tell us about the history and culture of the railways, as well as Read more about “Railway Cultures” – National Railway Museum partnership[…]

“Modern Nature” – The Hepworth Wakefield partnership

In partnership with The Hepworth Wakefield, Co-Constructive Humanities organised a two day symposium on the themes of Modern Nature. The symposium explored how expanding cities have shaped and redefined modern experiences of nature and use of the land whilst considering the critical role the arts and humanities play in that relationship and how the arts Read more about “Modern Nature” – The Hepworth Wakefield partnership[…]