Cultural Dreaming: the role of the gallery in social activism

Cultural Dreaming: the role of the gallery in social activism

30/12/2019

Jean Boyd | 7th June 2017   On the eve of the election we might well find ourselves considering the relationship between the citizen and the State: our participation in political structures, the nature of our responsibilities to each other, even what we mean by the representation of the people. Will our views be represented? ...

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Cultural Dreaming Symposium, a response by Carolyn Black

29/11/2019

UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE ARTS FESTIVAL 7th June 2017 The one-day Cultural Dreaming symposium, co-ordinated by Sarah Bowden, curator of Hardwick Gallery at the University of Gloucestershire, set out to consider the gallery’s role in social activism. Artists and curators were invited to respond to some key questions, for example: who is responsible for creating social ...

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Respond to the MEANTIME survey!

29/08/2019

Dear friends, I am currently working with a researcher to collect feedback about MEANTIME Project-Space in Cheltenham (2007-2014). If you were deeply involved or visited occasionally, or if you only followed what went on, we’d very much appreciate if you could spare a few minutes to respond to a short survey. Please click on the ...

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We Create (St Peter’s & St Paul’s Arts Action Group)

10/12/2018

We Create began in 2016 as a collaborative venture between Hardwick Gallery, Take A Part, and residents of St Peter’s and St Paul’s with discussions around how we could work together to share resources and support and develop creative practice. Through regular meetings an Arts Action Group (AAG) was formed. Drawing on the interests of ...

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The Order of Things

10/01/2017

THE ORDER OF THINGS: The Wilson Art Gallery & Museum, Clarence St, Cheltenham Private View: 26th January, 6pm Exhibition open: 27th January – 5th March The Order of Things examines the position of abstract art in our current world and how it relates to the human condition. It explores how artists have employed this approach ...

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