Researchers from the 'Translation and Translanguaging' project in the School of Education at the University of Leeds have been working with Faceless Arts and RETAS Leeds on a co-produced arts and language research project. This is funded by the AHRC for its Connected Communities programme and builds on the AHRC-funded TLANG project, which is funded under the Translating Cultures theme.
We are taking our project to the Utopias Festival 2016 which is at Somerset House in London on 24-26th June 2016. At the festival we will be performing a piece of theatre called 'driftwood', we will be showcasing our film, showing our book and leading an activity about 'welcome'. Come and see us there!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out our blog at www.welcomeutopias2016.wordpress.com or www.tlangblog.wordpress.com. You can find out more about Faceless Arts here: www.facelessarts.co.uk and about the TLANG project at www.birmingham.ac.uk/tlang.
The project is coordinated at Leeds by Jessica Bradley and James Simpson, both on the TLANG project.