Socially Engaged Practices Research Cluster
Main contanct: Loraine Leeson l.leeson[at]mdx.ac.ukThe cluster draws on longitudinal environmental art, major socially-engaged work and it typifies citizen-led arts innovation in the UK/USA. Members are integral to the newly formed AHRC Connected Communities project Hydrocitizenship under the Communities, Cultures, Environments and Sustainability programme, members lead a funded consortium under this programme: Eco-Cultural Production, and are part of an Anglo-Dutch AHRC-NWO project Between the Tides. Others work with inner-city communities and police forces to address gun violence and create art-driven enterprise.
Simon Read: Alkborough Flats
Secret Gardens Festival of Mass Narrative
Graeme Evans - Cultural Planning
Activating the gap
Guns to Goods
AUNT-SUE & VivaCity
Supporting Arts in Communities
Simon Read: Falkenham Saltmarsh
Simon Read - Between the Tides
Tidal Protection for Sutton Saltmarsh
Loraine Leeson: Lambeth Floating Marsh
Art and Social Practice: the politics of engagement - Virtual Symposium
Neelam Raina: The Value of Culture in Conflict
Graeme Evans: smART Cities & Waste
'Public Programming?' documentation of study day
Dr Neelam Raina - Senior Lecturer Fashion and Interiors
Simon Read - Associate Professor in Fine Art
Emma Dick - Lecturer in Visual Culture - Fashion
Amanda Sleet - Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design
Dr Loraine Leeson - Senior Lecturer in Visual Arts
Dr Valeria Graziano - Research Fellow
Vlad Morariu - Lecturer in Fashion Visual Cultures
News for this cluster
Valeria Graziano: Help for the Stoker of the...
25-28 Nov, Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia...
Neelam Raina invited speaker at Women, Peace and...
11-13/11/17 Rabat, Morocco
Valeria Graziano: Prefigurative Practices -The...
19-20/10/17, IUAV & S.a.L.E. Docks, Venice.
Valeria Graziano presents at Media | Practices |...
09.-11.10.2017, University of Konstanz
Loraine Leeson in conversation with Gregory...
27 Sept, Showroom, London