An annual open design competition for Primary Schools in Doncaster, developed with Doncaster Civic Trust, to encourage young people to understand and engage with built environment issues and built heritage in a creative way.
An educational resource aimed at inspiring young people in Doncaster to engage with the built environment in their everyday life and be actively involved in the town’s development.
A series of map visualisations that form part of a new public art strategy for Barnsley; creating a practical and inspirational guide for future collaborative art commissioning in the district.
A book showcasing real and speculative design projects by SSoA Masters students in collaboration with Blackburn with Darwen Council, local organisations, community groups and citizens between September 2013 and June 2014.
A book showcasing design, research and engagement projects by The University of Sheffield in the Castlegate area of Sheffield, in collaboration with local organisations and community groups, over a period of twelve months.
An interdisciplinary project produced in collaboration with curator Jane Anderson, international artists and SSoA students, involving the commission of three artworks, a symposium, an exhibition and a publication.
A mobile room, designed to move around the city and facilitate place-specific engagement with people and communities in conversation about architecture and urbanism.
A Festival of the Mind project exploring the past, present and future of the Castlegate area of Sheffield with local people, through the use of a large physical model of the area which was made and remade by many hands.
A series of workshops exploring ways in which secondary school children and college students perceive the cultural value of architecture, as part of an AHRC funded research project.
A two-day festival celebrating the vibrancy and rich history of Castlegate through exhibitions, workshops, tours and activities.