Interdisciplinary workshop to stimulate discussion about artistic research in contexts of migration and the role of art in the interface between museums, heritage and society
Organised in partnership between Arts Cabinet and Goldsmiths College, this workshop will present the work developed by Orly Orbach, artist-researcher and PhD student in Anthropology, in Lesbos, in June 2018, during a short research visit facilitated by Arts Cabinet in collaboration with the Universities of Agder (Norway) and Aegean (Greece).
As respondent and special guest, the Syrian artist Houda Terjuman, living in Marrakech and currently developing a research project with Arts Cabinet focussing on the theme of hybrid migration, that she sees as a force for the good and a channel into resilience.
The participants of this workshop include museum practitioners, academics in the fields of politics, social science, creative entrepreneurship, cultural diplomacy, anthropology, artists, arts organisations…
This workshop is open to students and all other interested in attending. RSVP necessary: email@example.com
Dates & times
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|25 Apr 2019||12:00pm - 3:00pm|
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