Private vs. Public talk @ Futurecamp, Jun 28

24 June 2014

The second event in Futurecamp‘s future exploration series, titled Private vs. Public: Activism, Economics and Politics Today, will take place at the Wysing Arts Center on June 28.

Exploring the relationship between economy and politics through a series of talks and panel discussions, the full-day event features a host of contributors, including Rammy El (producer of Al Jazeera), Ray Filar (journalist), as well as artist Yuri Pattison and Josh Harris, among others.

This comes as the second event in Futurecamp’s 10-week residency series, the first of which was titled The Way We Act Now: Psychology and Behaviour in the Digital Age and took place on June 14.

The series is comprised of five events altogether, and Private vs. Public will be followed by The Way We Live Now: Environmental and Social Consequnces on July 12, Alternative Methods: Art and Education on July 26, and A Post-Gender World on August 9.

See Wysing Arts Center site for details on Private vs. Public or view the Futurecamp poster for all event details. **

Patrick Goddard, Free Radicals (2013) video still. Image courtesy artist
Patrick Goddard, Free Radicals (2013) video still. Image courtesy artist

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Futurecamp @ Wysing Arts Centre, Jun 9 – Aug 15

30 May 2014

Wysing Arts Centre will be hosting Futurecamp, a 10-week residency and events programme, from June 9 to August 15.

Artist participating in Futurecamp include Bonnie Camplin, David Raymond Conroy, Ahmet Öğüt, James Richards and Tracey Rose, all with 5 others, and will live and work from Wysing’s 11 acre rural site for the duration of the residency.

While David Raymond Conroy and James Richards live in-residence for the entire 10 weeks, the other participating artists will be joining them for shorter periods and contributing to a series a public events throughout the residency.

See the Wysing Arts Centre website for details. **

Piece by James Richards. Image courtesy artist.
Piece by James Richards. Image courtesy artist.
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