Advertised on Art Rabbit
The Social Science Centre (SSC), Lincoln, provides an opportunity for students and scholars to engage in a co-operative experience of higher education. Run as a not-for-profit co-operative, the Centre is managed on democratic principles with all having equal involvement in how it is organised. The subjects taught at the Centre are core to the social sciences such as Sociology, Politics and Philosophy. All SSC courses are at university level and are taught by experienced scholars who have an interest in developing new approaches to higher education.
People are invited to an ‘open day’ to find out about plans for the SSC and to come and talk about membership of the Centre, studying, researching and designing curricula. SSC members will introduce the major ideas of the Centre and discuss some of the current challenges facing higher education.
An ‘open day’ for all those interested in studying and teaching at the Centre (at the equivalent of BA, MA and PhD levels) is to be held at The Collection, Danes Terrace, Lincoln LN2 1LP on April 21, 2-6pm. A social will be held in the evening at the Angel Coffee Café, Free School Lane, Lincoln LN2 1.
Mike Neary Social Science Centre/ Student As Producer.
John Plowman – Beacon Art Project
Andre Pusey Really Open University
Evan Ifekoya/Yasmin Lorentz Politicised Space & Accountability: Addressing Race in the Art School
The Knitted Jungle Collective. Macho Versus the Feminine
John Reardon Art School UK
Mel donohoe Art vs Art Education
James Ellison Temporary structure
Rebecca Hartley/Kate Wiggs International Relations Theory in a prohibition-themed party
Anna-Maria Amato The Fibonacci Code.
All subject to change and more to be announced.
Date: 17th May
Time: 10am – 6pm
Location: 47 Lewisham Way, Goldsmiths College.
Low Lives have launched their new website, lowlives.net
Click here to see all documentation from LowLives: Occupy including the AAC’s participation featuring (James Ellison and Paul Stewart)
Low Lives 4 has been announced, the artists announced include Bartram and O’ Neill Event Dates: 27, 28 April 2012.
This is the documentation of the event that took place on the 3.3.2012.
Paul Stewart and James Elision (with Support) Hold every copy of Milton Friedman Publications from Libraries around London.
Highlighting the pernicious and pervasive knowledge and the effects it has had on economic factors.