Dates of Event: 31st May 2017 – 1st June 2017
Last Booking Date for this Event: 25th May 2017
Places Available: 28
Come and join us down by the seaside for two days of practical workshops and participatory experiments exploring undisciplined forms of knowledge production. We will be investigating alternative ways of creating and understanding with words, images and bodies through workshops and other interventions in the company of artists, performers and academics.
Workshops and events will be spread over two days, with ample time for participants to share and contribute. The workshop will take place at the University of Brighton’s Grand Parade campus in central Brighton. A scratch night will take place on the evening of the 31 st of May with contributions from participants followed by live performances.
We are really pleased to have the following contributors confirmed:
Professor Harriet Hawkins (professor in Geohumanities at Royal Holloway)
Sarah Eliza Kelly (poet, paper artist and PhD student at the Royal College of Art)
Sarah Grange (multi-disciplinary artist)
Miriam Lorenzo (practitioner in performing arts and PhD student at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos)
Dr Helen Johnson (poet and Senior Lecturer at the University of Brighton)
Dr Philippa Lyon (convenor of the Drawing Research Interest Group at the University of Brighton)
Dr Matt Rudkin (University of Brighton)
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
The event is free to attend but places are limited. TECHNE students can apply for travel from their ad-hoc travel allowance. Anyone who requires assistance finding accommodation for the evening of Wednesday 31 st should contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
A location map for Grand Parade campus can be found here Grand Parade campus.
Source: University of Brighton
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