A series of events that happened whilst the online exhibition was up, from walking tours, conversations about adapting and even physical exhibitions as part of The Notice Board Exhibition.
15th Aug – 15th Sept 2020
The Notice Board Exhibition: What are the consequences of coming together
The Notice Board brings international artists work to Uffington inviting you all to consider their responses to an ongoing theme: The Lands of the Free? The project aims to connect audiences to the work of diverse artists whilst offering unusual exhibition spaces to artists in the form of this Notice Board and the neighbouring Flagpole.
This month we feature a rolling set of works by participants of a project called Consequences.
For more information:
Consequences Walk and Talk Tours
Wednesday 2nd Sept 2020, 3pm – Click here to book
Wednesday 2nd Sept 2020, 6pm – Click here to book
Starts: Chauffeurs Cottage (courtyard), St Peters Road, Peterborough PE1 1YX
LISTEN TO THE RECORDING OF THE SEMINAR HERE:
Join us for a walk and talk led by Consequences artist Kate Genever. You will start at Chauffeur Cottage and tour specific sites around the city centre whilst discussing some of the questions as highlighted in Consequences. Places are limited to 5 people to ensure that you are safe and socially distanced. The walk is free and will last approx 1 – 1.5hrs.
To book your place click on the Eventbrite booking link above for the relevant walk.
You will be required to leave a contact number in case of emergency
Wednesday 9th September 2020
What are the Consequences of not adapting
2 – 5pm
Listen Learn Adapt Change Community Art Engagement Social engagement
Over the last 7 months artist Kate Genever and Metal have been working on Consequences, a partnership project bringing groups of women together to talk, draw and get to know each other better. Starting before and continuing during lockdown, it’s a project in which we’ve had to constantly listen, reflect, adapt and change. We’ve learnt a lot, withoutcomes and solutions being decided through the process of working co-creatively and being fleet of foot. We’ve used new, and some old, ways to reach and connect people including worksheets, zoom and postal packs.
We are keen to share our learning, our breakthroughs and some of the things we perhaps haven’t got right. And we would like to learn from others.
This FREE online event invites you to join us consider our project and hear from 4 other international projects that have also adapted due to restrictions. We aim to delve beneath the surface of all these case studies to hear of all the learning and what’s important to consider when working alongside communities in the ‘new normal’ future.
- The Posh Club: Dicky Eton, Producer from Ducky https://duckie.co.uk/posh/the-posh-club / https://theposhclub.co.uk/
- The Care Compendium: Emily Gee, Senior Producer at from Heart of Glass
- Consequences: Kate Genever (artist), Sarah Haythornthwaite (SEnior Project Manager) and Ruth Campbell (Project Manager) from Metal www.whataretheconsequences.com / www.metalculture.com/projects/consquences
- Explore Finsbury Park from home: Katy Hawkins (Project Manager) and Simon Poulter (Curator): www.2nq.uk
MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON.
Come and listen and ask? This event will take place over Zoom and so if you’d like to take part by listening and/or asking questions we’d love to have you join us. Register to take part by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or click here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/what-are-the-consequences-of-not-adapting-tickets-118019163495