Too many cooks spoil the broth? Then how many do we need? In July 2021 Network commissioned The Change Collective to host a feast of ideas about working collectively in the creative industries. In liaison with Professor Lois Weaver, and the collective of drama students, called Air Supply, that she works with to curate the […]
“What does home feel like, look like, smell like, sound like?” Words taken from spoken word piece by Grace Deveer, project participant. An exhibition of works made by Brixton residents in collaborative knowledge exchange with Dr Jessica Jacobs, QMUL School of Geography, will be on display at 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, Railton Road, SE24 […]
In collaboration with Hackney Wick & Fish Island Community Trust, and Hackney Wick and Fish Island Creative Enterprise Zone, Network commissioned The People Speak to talk to local residents about the Hackney Wick they know. A mobile Screen Test Booth popped up in the area throughout July 2021, and an open space Talkaoke – a […]
Monday, 12 April: 2-3.30pm Network Centre is delighted to present an online conversation as part of the QMUL Arts & Culture Conversations Week for 9-16 April 2021. Our panel will draw on international perspectives to explore contemporary craft practice and economy. Facilitated by feminist craftivist practitioner and researcher Dr Katja May they will consider the role […]
|Venue:||3.20 Bancroft Building, Queen Mary University London|
A lunchtime lecture with visiting lecturer Dr. Rua Sen Chatterjee from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.
How can the creative practice involved in festivals be better sustained? Network is delighted to bring together a range of dynamic voices from across festival sectors to address this question and others arising from a broad interest in the creative and economic ecosystems that produce the creative economies of festivals. The conference starting point is […]