The Hornsey Film by Patricia Holland (1970) 60mins
4pm Thursday March 15th 2018 FACP studio 207 2nd floor Grand Parade
This black and white film narrates the six week student occupation of Hornsey College of Art, as re-lived and reflected on by the students and staff who took part in the famous sit-in. The Hornsey Film reconstructs the arguments and succession of events that led to the occupation of Hornsey College of Art between May and July 1968.
Free screening and discussion, organised by Naomi Salaman, part of “May ’68: Legacies and Futures, May 19 2018” a day symposium planned by the Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics (CAPPE) and the Centre for Design History (CDH)