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We have extended the date to submit proposals for papers, presentations, talks or performances to 6pm on FRIDAY 4th MARCH.
This is the second in an ongoing series of events bringing together artists, educators, employers and other stakeholders to discuss issues relating to creating effective cultural communities.
Cilla Ross PhD: Hon Professor in Co-operative Education, University of Nottingham; Hon Fellow of Cooperative College, Manchester.
Jade Montserrat PhD: artist, activist, Associate Occupier, Sit-In #2 The Ignorant Art School, University of Dundee.
Dominic Gibbons: Chair, Hull and East Yorkshire Cultural Compact, Managing Director, Wykeland Group.
Marsha Bradfield PhD: Course leader for MA Intercultural Practices at Central Saint Martins and part of REBEL – Recognising Experience-Based Education and Learning. Artist, curator, director, writer. Marsha also teaches on BA and MA Fine Arts at Camberwell College of Arts, and is a PhD supervisor at Chelsea College of Arts. She is also a founding member of Incidental Unit, the third iteration of Artist Placement Group. Marsha recently co-curated a six-city touring programme to explore their legacy across the UK and is currently working to archive the project.
Thursday 7th April 10-4pm
Feral Art School, 22 Alfred Gelder Street, Hull HU1 2BS
This one day symposium aims to engage artists, employers, academics from within and outside formal education structures, arts organisations and other partners to critique the current landscape and explore alternative ways of supporting the development of artists. We are requesting submissions for contributions, for example:
• a 15-20 minute academic paper, delivered live, online, or pre-recorded
• an artwork
• a poster
• a performance
• a short presentation
• interactive activities or workshops
Please see link to CfP below for details.
This will be a lively, informal event taking place in a number of venues around the historic cultural quarter of Hull. There may be an opportunity for selected contributions to be published at a later date. There will be no charge to attend but participants will be limited to 50.