This series of workshops considers the role that the arts and humanities play in a world transformed by the fourth industrial revolution, and what effects social distancing has had on arts and humanities research.
Date: 19 May – 23 June 2020
This series of events considers how individuals can act as nodes of resilience in broader community and humanitarian networks, and how access to ‘self-care’ is a deeply unequal experience. We will explore how pre-existing discourses of marginalisation and exclusion are replicated in this crisis.
Date: 27 May – 8 July 2020
The Writing for Practice Forum is based in the Mountain of Art Research (MARs) at Goldsmiths College, and is organised by artists and researchers Kate Pickering and Rowena Harris. The forum is a peer led discursive space to gain valuable feedback on imaginative or experimental approaches with text-based material.
Date: Various dates (June – ongoing)