Generous Food Futures
Saturday 15 October
The workshop was a chance for local people to come along to explore food systems, hear from food producers and activities, as well as imagine how we can creatively use technology to build generous neighbourhoods and cities.
We were joined by Bristol + Bath Creative R + D to explore a fusion of thoughts, feedback, and ideas around connecting as a community to bring about sustainable futures.
The day included guest speakers, conversations and experimentation to help us explore how a generous city can be developed through thinking about food. Guest speakers included: Katy Connor, Antony Potts, Annabel Hosford, and the day was facilitated by Chloe Meineck.
We shared a banquet created by a local chef Jasmine Creusson, ideas from the day will be digested into an experiment or mini prototype, which uses technology to implement a generous food system.
It was a wonderful event, and bought together lots of great conversations. It’s exciting to see how these conversations continue in the future.
The Generous Food Futures workshop was the result of a collaborative partnership between B+B R+D team members (based at UWE), Bricks, and Studio Meineck.
Read the article by Bristol + Bath Creative R+D
Bristol+Bath Creative R+D is a £6.8 million collaboration to take the Bristol and Bath cluster to the next level by forging connections, sharing knowledge and creating new opportunities.
We offer a suite of support to the region’s businesses, creatives, artists and thinkers to experiment with new and emerging technologies, conduct research, and develop prototype products and experiences to share with the public. We are contributing to the development of Bristol and Bath’s thriving creative economy by supporting a socially responsible environment for innovation that is inclusive and sustainable, which puts people first, and is underpinned by careful research. Our team is drawn from UWE Bristol, Bath University, Bath Spa, Bristol University, and Watershed. We take an investigative look at the future of networks, ecologies, collaborations and research. – Bristol + Bath Creative R + D.
Funded by the Creative Industries Clusters Programme managed by the Arts & Humanities Research Council as part of the Industrial Strategy.
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