Event

Border STEW: De-colon-ising Art and Learning

23 Jun 2018

Event times

17:00-19:00

Cost of entry

Free but please bring your own non-disposable cutlery and bowl (no plastic!)

MART Gallery

Dublin
County Dublin, Ireland

Address

Travel Information

  • No 14,15,140 to Rathmines from city centre
  • Green Line Luas : Ranelagh stop

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An experimental Long Table where discourse is the main course:
the heat is turned up with border anxieties, environmental decline and increasing conflict, how can art and education cook up a future world?

About

An experimental Long Table where discourse is the main course:
the heat is turned up with border anxieties, environmental decline and increasing conflict, how can art and education cook up a future world?

Together, we marinade ideas and insights from around the world.

We partake and digest intercultural and intersectional discourse.

In this critical time, more than ever, exchange across borders is necessary.

Co-hosted by Something Human in collaboration with Livestock, with participants Jesse Jones, Dr Helena Lim, Dr Glenn Loughran, Lynn Lu, Katherine Nolan, Julinann O'Malley, Paul Moore, Eleanor Phillips and Sau Bin Yap

Part of Something Human's 2018-2019 Rolling Stock programme.

Curators

Something Human

Exhibiting artists

Katherine Nolan

Livestock

Jesse Jones

Julieann OMalley

Helena Lim

Eleanor Phillips

Sau Bin Yap

Glenn Loughran

Paul Moore

Lynn Lu

Taking part

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