Dead & Buried - Participatory Research

Charlotte Chapman (Other)

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Dead and Buried is an innovative research project that enagages a group of young people (not in education, employment or training) with the opportunity to work alongside Dr Hannah Rumble, from Bath University’s Centre for Death and Society and Charlotte Chapman, a facilitator from Kumiko Community Arts and to engage in a participatory arts project exploring death and natural burial. The project ran for 7 weeks, meeting one afternoon a week, at The Park local opportunity centre in Knowle West, Bristol. The participants ranged in age from 17 to 25 and all came from very different backgrounds.

Through a series of structured workshops that provoked questioning and exploration around death and burial, the young people were encourgaed to think critically, to explore the themes and were asked to develop a "creative response".
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2013


  • participatory research
  • creative responses
  • young people
  • death
  • burial


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