Sunday, June 17, 3PM
Southwest Corridor Park (corner of Yarmouth and Carleton)
Following People's Tours Social History of the South End Walking Tour - part of the Common Boston Festival - Artists in Context invites you to explore situated research methods with the experienced researchers of People's Tours. They will discuss their process of creating the tour, the methods they used or elected not to use, and how they came to decisions through group work and outside involvement.
The following conversation will be based on research methods and things to consider when planning participatory projects. We invite you to come share your own experiences, concerns and questions around researching complex and embedded subjects.
Both events are free.
RSVP is required for the walking tour: http://socialhistory.eventbrite.com/
RSVP to Max Roberts-Zirker for the Situated Research Methods program: email@example.com
People's Tours Social History of the South End Walking Tour will explore the effects of the South End's long tradition of community activism and the neighborhood's changing demographics on its physical character over the years.
People's Tours consists of David Taber, Heather McCann, Kristin Parker, Neil Horsky, and Tim Devin
Tour begins at 1:45 from the Back Bay Station Plaza.