THE ETHICS OF POWER IN PEDAGOGY: AN EXPLORATION OF THE ROLES AND RELATIONS WITHIN SOCIAL AND PARTICIPATORY PRACTICES Tuesday 25 January, 6.30-8.30pm
THE SHOWROOM THE ETHICS OF POWER IN PEDAGOGY: AN EXPLORATION OF THE ROLES AND RELATIONS WITHIN SOCIAL AND PARTICIPATORY PRACTICESTuesday 25 January, 6.30-8.30pm Public Relations is a new series of talks and discussions curated by Artist Fellow Emma Smith as part of The Showroom’s Communal Knowledge participation programme. Guest speakers Emma Hedditch (artist), Ewa Wisniewska (Quintin Kynaston School) and Jane Sillis (Director of engage) will join artist Emma Smith in an open discussion on the power structures at play in collaborative and participatory practices, addressing: terms of engagement, authorship, hierarchies and the nature of their transparency.
UPCOMING PROGRAMME 7 April, 6.30-8pmCONSTITUTING RELATIONS TO PLACE: Considering nomadic traditions in relation to contemporary urban mobility and practice. 23 June, 6.30-8pmCITIZENRY AND THE ROLE OF PRACTICE: Durational citizenship, subjects and voice, rights, responsibilites and contribution. 30 June, 6.30-8pmTHE PRACTICE OF PLACE: The body, the individual and the institution: intuition, response and intervention. Further details to be posted on The Showroom’s website in advance of each event. This event is free, no booking required, and will be held at: THE SHOWROOM63 Penfold StreetLondon NW8 8PQ+44 (0)20 7724 email@example.com To unsubscribe from THE SHOWROOM’s mailing list please email firstname.lastname@example.org with Unsubscribe as the subject.