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Current and Forthcoming

Space to Create!

21 December 2019

Every Saturday, 12–4pm Free, family friendly workshops for visitors to draw, make and build together. All welcome. Under 16's must be accompanied by a guardian at all times. Work with different artists each week to  ...More
Centre for Imperial and Post Colonial Studies & The Parkes Institute presents: Jews and Muslims in the History of Europe

19 February 2020

Jews and Muslims in the History of Europe: Writing the Continent Against the Grain European history continues to be defined as a field by a notion of Europe - its borders, values and civilization - that is structured by Christianity and  ...More
Art and Politics – A Thread

27 March 2020

Is art political? If so, how? Join the Museum of Dissent collective for a practical workshop that aims to interpret the connections between art, cultural practice and subversion. Showcasing art and artists’ ability to make profound  ...More
Auditory Surveillance

14 February 2020

At this listening session, we will present Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s audio documentary, The Freedom of Speech Itself (2012) and Dr Tom Rice will lead a workshop on auditory surveillance.   Dr. Tom Rice will explore the  ...More
Digital Identities and Wellbeing: Teach Meet

12 March 2020

Teachers are invited to explore cross-curricular thinking, network with other teachers and share best practice on the themes of digital identities, mental health and wellbeing using our Lindsay Seers exhibition A Thought There Ever Was as a  ...More
The Social Currency of Voice: Radical Disabled and D/deaf Inclusivity

13 March 2020

Join writer and artist Sandra Alland for a presentation on radical inclusivity. In video made for this workshop, deaf writer/performer Bea Webster discusses the creation of welcoming arts spaces and practices. With examples from a range of media,  ...More
Children & Families
Space To Create! | Voice Maps

15 February 2020

Led by Dr Sophie Holmes-Elliott (lecturer in Linguistics, University of Southampton) invites you to explore the uniqueness and value of you and your family’s voices. You’ll learn about the phonetic and sociolinguistic science behind  ...More
When the Sky Falls: Cook up and Chat with Larry Achiampong and Don John

18 March 2020

Join artist Larry Achiampong and community leader Don John for an informal lunch. Focussing on some of the themes in Achiampong’s work, including equality, making amends and the notion of a fair world, participants are invited to take part  ...More
Entropics #15

02 April 2020

We are delighted to host Nisha Ramayya at John Hansard Gallery as poet in residence for Many voices, all of them loved. On Thursday, April 2, Nisha Ramayya will lead participants from the Disruptions Writing Workshops in a special, collaborative  ...More
Global Environmentalisms

19 March 2020

This workshop in the Interruptions/Disruptions series invites local activists to engage with histories of feminist, anti-colonial, and anti-racist environmentalisms. Participants will be asked to respond creatively to visual and textual material  ...More
Disruptions Workshops

15 February 2020 - 28 March 2020

‘Disruptions’ is a series of four creative writing workshops, led by poet Nisha Ramayya, and organized in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Many voices, all of them loved’. Following the key questions of the exhibition  ...More

14 February 2020 - 02 April 2020

Many voices, all of them loved is accompanied by the Interruptions/Disruptions public programme, devised by Dr Eleanor K. Jones and Dr Priti Mishra at the University of Southampton, in conjunction with Sarah Hayden. Interruptions/Disruptions  ...More
Lindsay Seers: Every Thought There Ever Was

08 February 2020 - 11 April 2020

Through the use of digital animation, robotics, film, drawing and sound design Lindsay Seers has created a complex and layered environment that explores a world experienced differently. Inspired by Avatar Therapy, Seers draws on philosophical  ...More