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Event Recordings | Toxic Waves – Arabel Lebrusan in conversation with Sophie J Williamson and Xavier Ribas

by Arabel Lebrusan On the afternoon of 4th June 2022, I invited curator Sophie J Williamson and artist Xavier Ribas to an online conversation chaired by CSECP Deputy Director Katy Beinart, where we discussed each of our practices in relation… Continue Reading →

Workshop | Co-constructing Memory in our Landscapes: TECHNOLOGIES 8th December 2.00-5.00 pm

This in-person workshop is part of the ‘Co-constructing Memory in our Landscapes’ project. The project explores the role of memory practices in rural and urban landscapes mediated by smartphone and other mobile technologies – for instance, audio walks and audio… Continue Reading →

Workshop | Collaborative Writing and Feminist Practice, Thursday 8th December 10.00 am -12:30 pm online Rescheduled from Tuesday 19th July

Collaborative writing and feminist practice workshop Join this workshop to explore practices of collaborative writing with CSECP post-doc Dr Elona Hoover, who will share feminist writing practices from her doctoral thesis – practices of involving the reader, working on style… Continue Reading →

Symposium | Structures of Community, 18th January 2023 11.00 am -7.00 pm CSECP and Brighton CCA

This is the second edition of Structures of Community and  is co-hosted by the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics (CSECP) and Brighton CCA. Refer to the website to book and for additional information: https://brightoncca.art/event/structures-of-community/ Expanding the conversations from… Continue Reading →

Colloquiuim Recording | Co-constructing Memory in our Landscapes, 10th November 12.00-5.00 pm

Video  and sources from this event: here This colloquium will explore the role of memory practices in rural and urban landscapes mediated by smartphone and other mobile technologies – for instance, audio walks and audio hikes. The context for considering… Continue Reading →

Workshop reflections | What does water mean to you? Lilith Film Club and SECP’s Brighton Fringe Event

Water has many practical and symbolic meanings, across cultures, geographies and identities. As part of the 2022 Brighton Fringe, I had the joy of collaborating on behalf of the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics, with Lilith Film Club… Continue Reading →

Workshop | Toxic Fragments – Clay Workshops, 7 & 10 July

“Harvesting empathy and coping with ecological grief through touching” Thursday 7th July – 2:00pm-7:00pm – Open to all, drop in anytime during these times Sunday 10th July – 2:00pm-7:00pm – Open to all, drop in anytime during these times At Fishing… Continue Reading →

Performance talk | Elona Hoover: Composing with concrete environments, 12 July 6.30pm-8.00pm

CSECP are pleased to invite you to join artist/researcher Elona Hoover at ONCA gallery in Brighton to hear about her creative exploration of the political aesthetics of urban commoning. Concrete is a curious material. It can be moulded, reinforced, it… Continue Reading →

Rescheduled Workshop details forthcoming | Collaborative Writing and Feminist Practice, 19 July, 2pm to 5pm now Thursday 8 December 10-12:30 pm

Collaborative writing and feminist practice workshop  Tuesday 19th July, 2pm to 5pm Grand Parade, University of Brighton, Room G4 Free event – booking required. Join this half-day workshop to explore practices of collaborative writing with CSECP post-doc Dr Elona Hoover, who… Continue Reading →

Conference | Common Threads: Black and Asian British Women’s Writing 21-23 July

Please join us at Common Threads, the second international conference on Black and Asian British Women’s Writing on 21-23 July, University of Brighton. Following the inaugural conference of the Black British Women’s Writing Network (BBWWN) at the University of Brighton in 2014,… Continue Reading →

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