Monthly Archives: July 2013

Anti-University Show at Flat Time House

Antihistory Tabloid

There is currently an important show about the Anti-University, an experiment in alternative education that existed very briefly in London in the late 1960’s (alongside Alexander Trochi’s Project Sigma and the Hornsey School of Art sit-in) at Flat Time House. It will be of interest to anyone involved in organized challenges to dominant and mainstream educational models.

I very much recommend picking up the Antihistory tabloid, published originally by the MayDay Rooms, that has been reprinted for the show. It is fascinating to compare the values, ideals, projects and teaching courses proposed during this phase of alternative protest pedagogy with recent and current experiments. There will be a free public event at Flat Time House discussing the legacy of these three experiments – the NOIT School – this Saturday (July 13th). Places are limited and going fast.

Andrew Cooper ‘Art and Class Struggle’

Here is a link to Andrew Cooper’s ‘Art and Class Struggle’ essay which was first presented as a lecture at the second DRUGG event in February this year.

Sea of Antagonism