The Space 9.30-10.15am: Registration with tea and coffee
10.15-10.30am: Welcome and house keeping
10.30-11.30am: Off-site museum practices Speaker 1: Thanh Sinden (Culture Coventry) Speaker 2: Charlotte Holmes (Birmingham Museums Trust)
11.30-11.50am: Break (coffee and tea)
11.50am-12.50pm: Collaborative practices with museums: durational in socially engaged practices Speaker 1: Saziso Phiri (Founder and Curator of The Anti-Gallery) Speaker 2: Kajal Nisha Patel (artist)
12.50-2pm: Lunch, networking and sharing
2-2.50pm: Co-production of knowledge though a community and academic research team Speaker 1: Lisa Robinson (Bright Ideas) Discussion: Karen Salt (University of Nottingham) and Lisa Robinson (Bright Ideas)
2.50-3.10pm: Break (coffee and tea)
3.10-4.10pm: The archive as a catalyst for engagement Speaker 1: Samia Malik (Women of Colour Index)
The Space 10.00am–1.30pm: Local History Activism in Nottingham and the East Midlands
A half day workshop focused on local history activism in Nottingham and the East Midlands, incorporating multiple models of inclusive practice and questions about justice.
Please note: Timings may vary slightly as a few speakers are still to be confirmed. Complimentary lunch, tea/coffee and drinks reception provided. Please email any dietary requirements to: EMM132@bham.ac.uk
Another event of interest at Nottingham Contemporary: Saturday 21 October: Call Mr. Robeson a show with Tayo Aluko and Friends 7.30-9pm. Doors open 7pm Admission £10 / £8 (concessions) The Space, Nottingham Contemporary For more information please visit here.