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Brighton Artists Network – Artists Call Out!

June 3, 2020

Join Brighton Artists Network and become a part of Brighton’s only artist-led, city-wide, interdisciplinary artist network. We are looking to build a city-wide artist network. WE WANT TO CREATE: – a space for artists of all disciplines to connect and collaborate – a democratic, artist-led organisation which empowers artists to take the lead in matters…

COVID-19 Art/Law COMMUNITY

March 22, 2020

Check our ‘Community‘ page for various activities in response to the Cover-19 crisis.

UNDER MULTIPLE SUNS at Art Activisms Research Workshop #04 Birmingham School of Art March 4 2020

March 4, 2020

UNDER MULTIPLE SUNS is being screened this week at Art Activisms Research Workshop #04 (Practice-Based Research and Social Impact) in an event with Mohamad Hafeda, Roma Piotrowskaat and Anthony Downey, at Birmingham School of Art, Main Lecture Theatre, on March 4th from 5pm. Under Multiple Suns ​Documentary Film written and directed Helene Kazan 15min. 2018 Through combined human…

Violence, Aesthetics, Anthropocenes: Colonialism Racism Extractivism Workshop LSE London 6-7 April 2020

Violence, Aesthetics, Anthropocenes: Colonialism, Racism, Extractivism Workshop (6-7 April 2020), London School of Economics (LSE) Convened and chaired by Dr Eray Çaylı, with Dr Christine Okoth, Dr Ignacio Acosta, Dr Helene Kazan, and Dr Manca Bajec as discussants. Attendance as participant (on 7 April, open only to doctoral candidates): please apply by 16 March 2020; see…

University of Michigan Museum of Art Winter 2020 Season

February 4, 2020

Events by University of Michigan.  In advance of the 2020 US election, UMMA begins a year-long investigation into the practices, threats to, and performance of democracy and the law in a series of exhibitions and programs. Cullen Washington’s monumental series “Agoras” ruminates on public life Cullen Washington, Jr.: The Public Square looks back to the…

Art & Law Program New York City 17-19 April 2020

Dates for the Art & Law Program. The Spring 2020 three-day intensive/colloquium will take place on the weekend of April 17, 18 and 19, each day from 10am to 6pm. The three-day intensive will be held at the Cornell Art Architecture Planning<https://clancco.us6.list-manage.com/track/click?u=015bf41f93ccc5ced7a71583f&id=ca38ac047b&e=45debf7eb9> headquarters at 26 Broadway in New York City. In the Spring 2020, the…

Brexit and the Occult: Gendered Ghosts of Empire Falmer 4 February 2020

Performance art at the University of Sussex 16.15-18.00, Arts A108 In 2018, artist collective Project O exhibited Saved (2018) at London’s Somerset House. The video-installation featured two women of colour in swimwear and plastic robes performing magical rituals in a post-apocalyptic watery wasteland. What might such an artwork mean in the midst of Brexit? Since…

CAN COPYRIGHT BE APPLIED TO STREET ART AND GRAFFITI? Middlesex University London 30 January 2020

January 29, 2020

CAN COPYRIGHT BE APPLIED TO STREET ART AND GRAFFITI?   JAN 30 5-7PM, CG76, MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY LONDON An interdisciplinary panel convened by Susan Hansen and Alberto Duman. It is free and open to the public. Please come along if you’ll be in London! Bookings can be made via Eventbrite: https://copyright-street-art-graffiti.eventbrite.co.uk This panel marks the launch of the…

Imaginal Politics Imaginal Laws New School New York 1 – 2 February 2020

January 24, 2020

New School Klein Room (66 w. 12th Street) New York  

Trickle Down, A New Vertical Sovereignty Helen Knowles arebyte Gallery London 24 January – 26 February 2020

January 15, 2020

Trickle Down, A New Vertical Sovereignty Helen Knowles Opening Thursday 23 January 2020, 6-9pm  Exhibition runs 24 January – 26 February 2020 arebyte Gallery are pleased to announce Trickle Down, A New Vertical Sovereignty, a new body of work by UK based artist Helen Knowles. Trickle Down, A New Vertical Sovereignty is a tokenised four-screen…

AUDINT UNSOUND: UNDEAD Performance and Workshop Fabrica Gallery Brighton 23 Jan 2020

January 14, 2020

An evening seminar from the sonic arts group AUDINT and their affiliates. About this Event Tickets: £5/3 concs AUDINT is a London-based art collective operating across the fields of sound, performance, theory/ fiction, film and installation. The group’s recent volume Unsound: Undead (Urbanomic, 2019) collates 64 new essays probing how the periphery of sonic perception…

MIGRANTS MAKE CULTURE Together against the Hostile Environment Spitalfields London 18 January 2020

January 10, 2020

MIGRANTS MAKE CULTURE Together against the Hostile Environment When: Saturday 18th January Where: Raven Row, 56 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields Time: 9.30am-6pm Tickets: from £0 FULL PROGRAMME & TICKETS HERE:  https://migrantsinculture2020.brownpapertickets.com This is an Activation Day for migrants, people of colour and allies working in the cultural sector. We want to connect and build a movement…

Law and Humanities Summer School: Law, Art, Politics University of Lucerne 15-19 June 2020

Law and Humanities Summer School: Law, Art, Politics (15-19 June 2020, University of Lucerne) The Law and Humanities Summer School is an intensive one-week study programme, to be held at the University of Lucerne, Switzerland, from 15 to 19 June 2020. The school is co-organised by the following partners: *   Institute for Interdisciplinary Legal Studies…

Afterlives of the Universal: Rethinking Law’s Human Amherst College 5-6 March 2020

The two-day symposium ‘Afterlives of the Universal’ will consider universalist conceptions of humanity in contemporary juridical and political conditions, and the theoretical critiques they face in legal thought and practice. Special attention will be paid to recent engagement with the notion of a universal humanity in critical race studies, biopolitics, political theology, and postcolonial theory. Other questions the symposium is interested in exploring include:…

CLSGC Symposium on Timothy Hyde’s Ugliness and Judgment: On Architecture in the Public Eye QMUL London 29 January 2020

Time: 4:00 – 7:00pm Venue: Room 313, Third Floor, School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS Book now The Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context is delighted to be hosting an interdisciplinary symposium on Professor Timothy Hyde’s new book, Ugliness and Judgment: On Architecture in…

Envisioning Human Rights How to claim the Common (Good) Florence Italy 16 December 2019

Conference: Envisioning Human Rights: How to Claim the Common (Good) 16 December 2019, from 9.45am Florence, Italy (Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz, Max Planck / Historical Archives, EUI) Law and the Human network member Carolin Behrmann, director of the Minerva Research Group “The Nomos of Images“, will host this international conference. Speakers include Ariella Azoulay (Brown), Thomas…

Imaginal Politics Imaginal Laws New School New York 1 February 2020

December 6, 2019

New School Klein Room (66 w. 12th Street) New York

ASSEMBLY: EXTRACTABLE MATTERS University of Westminster Fri 29 – Sat 30 November 2019

November 22, 2019

Assembly: Extractable Matters is a two-day gathering at the University of Westminster that brings together artists, academics, activists and human rights experts to collectively explore the politics of extraction across the globe and the role that its operations play on environmental, ecopolitical and societal levels. 29 November 5.30 – 8.30pm (£5/£3 concession) BOOK 30 November…

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