A socially engaged research project funded by the Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network and UKRI at Newcastle University led by feminist academic Dr Tina Sikka and artist Lady Kitt, with producer Sarah Li and research assistant Emma Atkinson.
Collaborating with Newcastle university students through a series of art and research workshops (during Autumn 2022) to discuss Tina's research on consent and sexual ethics through the lens of gender, race, class, sexuality, and disability.
The creative methodologies used in this project are based on Kitt’s Arts Council England and AHRC funded research project “enSHRINE”*, which explores the use of collaborative art making in policy & organisational development. enSHRINE | ladykitt (lladykitt.com)
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*enSHRINE has been supported by producer Sarah Li and organisations including Social Art Network, BALTIC Centre For Contemporary Art (Gateshead), DGA, kin collective, The NewBridge Project, Axis and Manchester Metropolitan University.
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