Art Practices and the Housing Crisis Conference

 

A one day conference examining how contemporary art practices engage with the current housing crisis

18 November 2016

29 October 2016 - 15 January 2017, Promising Home @ People's History Museum

Time 10:00 – 16:00

Duration 6 hours

Cost In order to keep our events programme affordable to everyone, please make a donation

The Institute of Urban Dreaming (IUD) is hosting a one day conference examining how contemporary art practices engage with the current housing crisis.

The event will consist of a series of talks and round table discussions.  It aims to consider the encounter between art and housing in a critical, trans-disciplinary way.  It will consider housing and art practice before and beyond the current trend for socially engaged art.  It will also debate the ethics and politics of practices that relate to gentrification and displacement.

This conference is part of IUD’s public events programme to coincide with their exhibition Promising Home, on show at PHM until Sunday 15 January 2017.Arts Council England

The event has been funded by The Arts Council.

Suitable for adults and young people

Booking Requirements: Booking required via Eventbrite

  • Please note event attendees must arrive at least ten minutes before the start time of the event, otherwise their booked space will be given to someone on the reserve list
  • Please contact the museum as soon as possible if you wish to cancel your reservation so your place can be given to another visitor
  • Please note all donations are non refundable
  • For further information please contact the museum on 0161 838 9190 or email events@phm.org.uk

http://www.phm.org.uk/whatson/art-practices-the-housing-crisis-conference/

 

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