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FreddyHeadey 11 May 22 - 06:20 PM
GUEST,The Sandman 12 May 22 - 05:45 PM
GUEST,Malcolm Storey 13 May 22 - 07:42 PM
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Subject: particip'n in Engl' folk singing study
From: FreddyHeadey
Date: 11 May 22 - 06:20 PM

participation in English folk singing study

Access Folk recruiting for Consulting Groups

An ambitious 5 year long research project has launched to investigate ways to increase and diversify . Access Folk asks:

What is the place of folk singing in contemporary England?
How do people want to engage with English cultural traditions through song?
How can we facilitate participation in folk singing in England?
Folk singer and researcher Dr Fay Hield at The University of Sheffield is leading a team of academics and community partners to work together to identify the current problems and test out potential solutions.

Access Folk is built on co-production principles where the people affected have real power to direct the research.

Access Folk will trial and evaluate new approaches in collaboration with the wider folk singing scene.

We are looking for people who would be interested in actively taking part in designing research to address issues faced by folk singers and organisers to join our Consulting Groups. The Consulting Groups will draw knowledge together to advise the Access Folk Board.
The groups will be focused on specialist areas (drawing on the ‘protected characteristics’ outlined in the Equality Act 2010 and priority areas from Arts Council England): Age; Race; Gender; Disability; Belief and Class.

Anyone over 18 with ideas or experience that feed into the specialist areas can join the Consulting Groups. We are looking for professional experience and marginalised lived experience in particular, though all with an interest are welcome.

In the coming months there will be opportunities to get involved through a folk singers’ survey to understand what existing singers get out of it and an events survey to see where folk singing is happening. We will also be recruiting for ‘ask a friend’ activities to explore the experience of people who don’t currently sing. People are invited to sign up to the Newsletter via the website for more information.



More information about Access Folk can be found here:
https://accessfolk.sites.sheffield.ac.uk/about

More information about the Consulting Groups can be found here:
https://accessfolk.sites.sheffield.ac.uk/activities/consulting-groups/call-to-action

To speak to the team, please contact: accessfolk@sheffield.ac.uk or 0114 222 0466





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https://folking.com/access-folk-recruiting-for-consulting-groups


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Subject: RE: particip'n in Engl' folk singing study
From: GUEST,The Sandman
Date: 12 May 22 - 05:45 PM

Thankyou , when i have got my festival over and done with ,i will make contact


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Subject: RE: particip'n in Engl' folk singing study
From: GUEST,Malcolm Storey
Date: 13 May 22 - 07:42 PM

You look to be opening a can of worms here Fay!

Best of luck.


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