Kirsten Macleod

Kirsten Macleod

Dr. Kirsten Macleod

Lecturer

Esteem

Public Engagement Activity

  • Community Media Practice Networking Day – producer, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow. 2010.
  • Community Media Project Director: With a Song in your Heart – Participatory community based video production, Film Festival Screenings & Audience engagement. In association with Plantation Productions, National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive, Go
  • Film screening & Audience Engagement, Pearce Institute, Govan. You Play Your Part (Director & Producer) & Red Skirts on Clydeside. In association Glasgow University & Document Film Festival. (4/06/15)
  • Film Screenings & Audience discussion: The Only Way is Ethics Festival, Glasgow. - You Play Your Part & With a Song in Your Heart (produced & directed by me, with Plantation Productions) 30/11/15.- The Govan Banners (as above) 1/12/15.
  • Film screening & Audience Engagement, Pearce Institute, Govan. The Govan Banners (Director) as part of ‘Banners Tales of Glasgow’ Glasgow University research project. (27/05/15)

 

Invited Speaker

  • Community Filmmaking Conference, British Film Institute, 2014. “I film therefore I am: Mediating Island Identity through community based filmmaking.“
  • Doing Women’s Film & Television History, Norwich University. “We had never heard of feminism: Older women and the production of knowledge in participatory production.” (April 2014)
  • Doing Women’s Film & Television History, Norwich University. “We had never heard of feminism: Older women and the production of knowledge in participatory production.” (April 2014)
  • Spaces of (Dis)location, University of Glasgow, 2012, “What do you know? Collaborative documentary production as an epistemological social process.”
  • ‘Sites of Protest’ MeCCSA Protest Network, Canterbury Christchurch University. “The Caledonian Turn – People’s Protest and Alternative Media in the Run up to the Scottish Referendum, 2014.” (This conference paper was developed as a book chapter for Rowman
  • AVPhD /Documentary Now! London. “I film therefore I am.”
  • Women’s History Network, London, “You Play Your Part: Women’s History via Participatory Media – A Glasgow example.”
  • Knowledge, Culture, Social Change, University of Western Sydney, “I Film Therefore I am: Process, Practice & Participation in Community Media.”
  • Media Discourse Group, MeCCSA PG Network, 2012, De Montfort University, “You Play Your Part: an ethnographically informed, practice led approach to documentary knowledge.’
  • MeCCSA Annual Conference, University of Bedforshire. “We film therefore we are: Media made in communities - process, practice & participation.”
  • MeCCSAAnnual Conference, University of Bournemouth. “I did not want to make this film, this film wanted to make me: techniques of production in the representation of place - examples from the Isle of Bute Video Project.”
  • MeCCSA (Media Culture and Communication Studies Association) Annual Conference 2016, Canterbury Christchurch University. “Mediating Community – methodologies of research and practice in Govan”
  • MeCCSA Annual conference, University of Newcastle. “Lady Alba and the Hills Have Ayes – Reflections on Scottish Alternative Media and the Independence Referendum.”

 

Media Activity

  • Radio: Sunny Govan Radio. Interview on research and community based practice in Govan. December, 2014.