Social Science Centre, Lincoln. Open Day Today @The Collection.

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 … Continue reading Social Science Centre, Lincoln. Open Day Today @The Collection.

Critical Pedagogies: Equality and Diversity in a Changing Institution

Interdisciplinary Symposium at the University of Edinburgh, 6th Sept 2013 Keynote speakers: Professor Heidi Safia Mirza (Professor of Race, Faith and Culture, Goldsmiths College, University of London) Professor Joyce Canaan (Professor of Sociology, School of Social Sciences, Birmingham City University) Critical pedagogies rely on notions of cooperation, dialogue and mutual recognition, on the conviction that everyone takes … Continue reading Critical Pedagogies: Equality and Diversity in a Changing Institution

SUSTAINING ALTERNATIVE UNIVERSITIES 1st December Oxford

http://sustainingalternatives.wordpress.com/ Who is behind the Free University Network? Joel Lazarus and Sarah Amsler are academics who have initated the Sustaining Alternative Universities conference through the Free University Network. Joel Having completed his PhD at Oxford University last year, Joel Lazarus now teaches international relations and political economy at various universities. He is one of the … Continue reading SUSTAINING ALTERNATIVE UNIVERSITIES 1st December Oxford

The ‘Alternative’ Learning Space: Art, Autonomy and the Institution.

This is a collection of ideas presented in a much longer essay called The ‘Alternative’ Learning Space: Art, Autonomy and the Institution.What is the Legitimacy of the Learning environments formed by the Free University Movement In regards to Knowledge Production? If you would like a copy of the full version please contact paulstewart.art@gmail.com to request … Continue reading The ‘Alternative’ Learning Space: Art, Autonomy and the Institution.

Education as Experiment Countdown day 9: Mike Neary and Sarah Amsler

The first of 8 posts to introduce Education as Experiment Abstract Sarah Amsler and Mike Neary will engage in a conversation about work they are doing inside and outside the University of Lincoln, UK. The conversation will focus on two projects: Student as Producer and the Social Science Centre, Lincoln. Student as Producer, which they describe as … Continue reading Education as Experiment Countdown day 9: Mike Neary and Sarah Amsler

Education As Experiment: Initial Line up Announced

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 … Continue reading Education As Experiment: Initial Line up Announced

AAC People and Places

People Paul Stew (art).art (creator) artvoidart.com James Ellison (Co – Producer) Places Student as producer http://studentasproducer.lincoln.ac.uk/ lincoln social science centre http://joss.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/2010/09/03/a-co-operatively-run-social-science-centre/ alternative stratagies http://alternativestrategies.blogspot.com/ lincoln art programme http://www.lincolnartprogramme.co.uk/ Performance Space http://www.performancespace.org/ Beacon Art http://www.beaconartproject.org/ Arts School/UK University of Utopia University of Strategic Optimism