Imagined Biennal at Tate Exchange


ANDREA ABBATANGELO

FOLLOW MY CONTRIBUTION ON MARCH 15 AT

"MAKING LEARNING SYMPOSIUM 2019"

Dialogues on creative education and social justice 

 

Explore the link between creative education and social justice in this collaborative symposium

Running alongside and as part of Propositions for Change, the second biennial Making Learning symposium focuses on the twin themes of creative education and social justice.

Plymouth College of Art believes that high-quality education for life in creative practice is the catalyst for personal, professional and cultural transformation. The 2019 Making Learning symposium will run as a day of dialogues, exploring propositions by recognised figures as well as voices that often go unheard in the fields of art, creative education and social justice. This inclusive, call and response symposium is open to academics, artists, politicians, educators, changemakers and activists. Plymouth College of Art, Plymouth School of Creative Arts and invited guests will instigate a series of lightning-talks, pitches and debates putting forward propositions related to the themes of creative education and social justice.

The symposium will open with the proposition to explore pedagogical opportunities of risk in art education at a time when art and education are themselves under threat. Policy agendas at all levels are marginalising the arts. At the same time, social and economic factors place unprecedented strain on the institutional fabric of education.


Invited guests and speakers will include Áine O’Brien, Co-Founder and Co-Director of Counterpoints Arts, London, a leading national organisation in the field of arts, migration and cultural change, and Principal of Plymouth College of Art, Professor Andrew Brewerton, a Distinguished Professor of Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts and Advisory Board member of the Shanghai International Art City Research Institute.


About Project RadioLondon


Project RadioLondon is my long term experimental work in which performance, teaching and media arts practices encounter and inspire each other.  The project consists of a series of sound sculptures and site specific installations which will form a gallery of biographic-portraits of artists that moved from Southern and Eastern to Northern Europe. I aim to produce a series of biographic portraits of artists who actually are living the experience of migration as a personal, social and political opportunity for both the artists but also the societies they migrate too. 


 

TATE MODERN

Tate Exchange

Blavatnik Building, Level 5

Bankside
London SE1 9TG

 

DATE & TIME

15 March 2019 at 12.00–17.30



"BUILDING AN ART BIENNALE" at Tate Exchange


HOW TO BUILD AN ART BIENNALE WITH WINCHESTER SCHOOL OF ART,

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON


8th -  13th May 2018


Sunday 13 May - Imagined Biennales


An open forum to present and debate ideas for the future of biennales and art events.


2-4.30pm Special Event: Imagined Biennales!

4.30pm Live Broadcast: 2018 Kochi-Muziris Biennale curator Anita Dube in dialogue


About Winchester School of Art

Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton) is one of the UK’s leading art and design institutions. With history going back almost 150 years, the School is an international centre for ideas and innovation, committed to offering high quality education and engaging with broader social projects.

An Imagined Biennales

“The present is the instant in which future crumbles into past”

Susan Sontag

(Letter to Borges)


"My Imagined Biennial departs from my work Project RadioLondon ; the aim is to connect physical places to a digital archive following a program of performative and collaborative events which will be recorded and stored in a Web Radio. The collaborative making of digital and phisical contribution such as soundsculptures, workshops, exhibitions, performances and events underlines the ethics and aesthetics of interactions between people."



TATE MODERN

Tate Exchange

Blavatnik Building, Level 5

Bankside
London SE1 9TG

 

DATE & TIME

15 March 2019 at 12.00–17.30



See full program:


http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/tate-exchange/workshop/how-build-art-biennale


Review:


https://www.theartnewspaper.com/blog/how-to-build-a-biennale-top-tips-revealed-at-tate-exchange




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