Ideas for cloakroom design 2018

Date: 14.10.2018, 22:08 / Views: 73575
Закрыть ... [X]


Live stream timings

Session 1
Where are we now?
9.45.00 to 1.23.50

Session 2
Where does The Power sit?
2.39.20 to 3.35.20

Session 3
Future proofing socially engaged arts
3.57.30 to 5.15.20

Reflection set
5.15.30 to 5.34.00

Watch with captions

 Watch with BSL

Uncommon Ground was a one day symposium that took place on 22 March 2018,  exploring creative, cultural and artistic approaches to the challenges and issues of contemporary society and cultural democracy.

Across the globe creative practitioners are working with communities to co-create and co-produce, cutting across genres and challenging our understanding of the role of arts and culture in society.

As this sector continues to grow, Uncommon Ground provided an opportunity to share ideas and investigate what it means to create socially engaged art today. With perspectives from a diverse range of UK and international contributors, this one-day symposium intended to challenge perceptions, spark ideas and explore future potential.

Produced by Arts Council England, the British Council, and The Lowry.

Join the conversation online at .

We are currently gathering feedback, thoughts and suggestions on Uncommon Ground through the online survey. If you attended in person or watched the livestream and would like to give your feedback, please follow the link below.


Uncommon Ground took place on the 22 March 2018 at The Lowry, Salford

Uncommon Ground took place in The Quays Theatre at The Lowry, Salford. The Lowry is a world-class combined arts centre based at the core of Salford’s creative and cultural quarter, Media City UK. It produces and presents a diverse programme of artistic work all year around and at the heart is a commitment to its local communities and young people through its flagship programmes of socially engaged practice.

The agenda of speakers at #Uncommon2018 on 22 March 2018

Meet and Share — Pier Eight bar

9:30 — 10:30am

Pick up your delegate pass, put your bag & coat in the cloakroom, grab a drink and get set for the day as artists Splash and Ripple invite you to spend 20 minutes creatively making connections & sharing stories with your fellow delegates.

Your hosts: Nasima Begum & Ben Mellor

Session 1: Where are we now?

10.45 am — 12:15pm

What does it mean in modern society to use social engagement as a primary medium, putting collaboration, co-design and co-creation at the heart of the matter?

Lemn Sissay Eileen Sanabria, UNIAL, Cuba Scottee Ketevan Zazanashvili, Georgian National Wheelchair Dance Federation David Jubb, Battersea Arts Centre

Lunch — Quays Bar

12:20 — 1:20pm

Be part of > thread {} and have your bio-data captured and collated into a group digital bio-artwork, which will be shared to all delegates after the symposium.

Session 2: Where does The Power sit?

1:20 — 2:10pm

An interactive panel debate

 Power is often referenced in relation to socially engaged arts; most often in the ethics of relationships between artists and 'participants' or between funders and artists. Yet we often also talk about the 'Power' of the arts as a force for good or the 'Powerful' impact of creative processes on people's live. Today’s debate aims to explore all areas of this subject.

Henri Imoreh, The Agency Alistair Hudson, Whitworth Art Gallery Anjana Luitel, Women of World, Nepal Clare Reddington, Watershed Matt Woodhead, Lung

Chaired by, Lynsey O’Sullivan, The Lowry

To have your say, you can join the debate by asking questions on twitter: #uncommon2018


2:10 — 2:30pm

Session 3: Future proofing socially engaged arts

2:30 — 3:35pm

What are the priorities, where are the opportunities and how do we navigate the challenges over the coming years?  

Evie Manning, Common Wealth Patrick Fox, Heart of Glass Chloe Meineck, Studio Meinack Abdullah Al-Kafri, Ettijahat Jackie Hagan

Reflection set

3:35 — 4:00pm

Final thoughts on Uncommon Ground

 Alison Clark, Arts Council England Basma El Husseiny, Action for Hope, Cairo Sarah Emmott, Art with Heart Tom Spencer, Terrestrial Stephen Stenning, British Council

Networking Drinks Pier Eight Bar

4:00 — 5.30pm

Finish your day with a drink in Pier 8 Bar and download the debate from the day

Похожие новости

Tween summer fashion trends 2018
Ross dress for less coupons 2018
Anarkali dress photo photo
Homecoming dresses sherri hill 2018
Isabel lucas transformers scene 2018