How can brokenness make us reflect on what is beautiful?
Bring along something broken and we’ll celebrate your objects beyond repair by thinking of creative ways to display them, discussing and remembering their usefulness and place in your life, and writing short poems to celebrate both their beauty and their brokeness.
Sue Mayo is an artist and facilitator with decades of experience in community arts, in particular intergenerational performance practices. She lectures at Goldsmiths, where she co-directs the MA in Applied Theatre.
This event is part of Fixing It, Goldsmiths' contribution to this year's Being Human festival. Being Human is led by the School of Advanced Study, University of London, in partnership with the Arts & Humanities Research Council and the British Academy,
Dates & times
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|15 Nov 2020||11:00am - 1:00pm|
|21 Nov 2020||2:00pm - 5:00pm|
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