Between Shapeshifting and Metamorphosis
- Date: Monday 20 June 2016, 18:30 – 21:00
- Location: Old Mining Building
- Cost: Free
A symposium in conjunction with this year’s Fine Art Degree Show, AND AGAIN.
Between Shapeshifting and Metamorphosis considers how artists must embody multiple roles and actions to continue making and producing art. This has involved artists becoming their own managers, sourcing funding and the rise of artist led spaces and galleries.
The symposium aims to understand what it means for the artist, in addition to artistic facilitators such as curators and educators, to be involved in a ever shapeshifting format of an artistic practice.
On the panel are: Daisy Forster, Daniel Sean Kelly, David Steans and Natalie Walton.
The symposium takes place in Lecture Theatre A (Room 2.01) in the Old Mining Building, starting at 18:30. It will be followed by a wine reception from 20:00 to 21:00.
All welcome: there is no need to book. The event is particularly aimed at students, graduates, practicing artists, curators and educators.
More information about this year’s Degree Show and events can be found on the AND AGAIN website.