Thinking Critically About Society: Perspectives from the Arts and Humanities is a day long workshop to take place on Thursday 5th May 2016 at the University of York.
Thinking Critically aims to create a space where postgraduate researchers can share their research in a friendly environment and discuss how arts and humanities researchers can make an impact on the world around them through critical research.
I shall be presenting a paper titled 'Disrupting status: inclusive curatorship and its political potential' during the panel 'Thinking Critically about Culture'.
The timetable for the event is now available. Book your free tickets here.
A late post i'm afraid! Back in October I was invited to lecture on the BA Creative & Therapeutic Arts course as part of the module 'Working with Diverse Client Groups'. In the session I worked with the students to explore issues of accessibility into art galleries for adults with learning disabilities, as well as practical skills regarding project planning and safeguarding with this particular client group. With thanks to module leader, Melaneia Warwick.