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DRUGG Gathering February 2nd

DRUGG gathering

The Diagram Research Use and Generation Group will be hosting their second gathering this coming Saturday at the Pearson Lecture Theatre at Slade/UCL. Details here. The focus of the talks will be the role of diagrams in contemporary arts pedagogy. All welcome. Please rsvp to jcussans@gmail.com or d.burrows@ucl.ac.uk.

DIAGRAM RESEARCH, USE AND GENERATION GROUP EVENT

DRUGG – OPEN SYMPOSIUM

Pearson Lecture Theatre, Pearson Building, UCL, London

14th and 15th July, 10-5pm

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A number of free-schoolers will be speaking at this event on Tuesday. John Cussans will be speaking about The Paradoxes of Protest Pedagogy in a ‘Research Culture’, Andrew Cooper will be talking about politically engaged art work drawing on his experiences with the Portman and Communist Galleries, Jon Trayner will be speaking about the uncertainties generated by his ‘This is not a Manifesto’ reading and Dean Kenning will give a short talk about his work for TATE education.

The event is free and open to all. Space is limited however to about 200 people. So if you would like to come along please email David Burrows at dumburrows@hotmail.com.

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