Bells, pot-lucks, and street as studio

A public symposium to consider the methodologies and impact of the particular approach of Here in Archway. It brought participants from all five iterations (2010-2014) together with teaching colleagues from across the university, for a day of presentations, performances and discussions. Three keynote speakers presented historical and contemporary perspectives on experiential learning, collaboration and site-based teaching: Windows into everyday life: the unfinished story of Art and Social Context Chris Crickmay, Why can't I stop collaborating? Trish Scott, Collaborators and Conspirators Dean Kenning.

This symposium was devised and organised by Margot Bannerman and Anna Hart,
was supported by UAL’s Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design, and is documented here.