Women@Play © and courtesy the artists and Red Road Family Centre

I have been working with Katarzyna Kosmala on a round table event as part the 2 day seminar programme exploring Mashing Up: Curating /Practice. The GoMA round table will involve Women@Play as a project to explore ideas of knowledge exchange as participatory practice. There will also be a chance to hear papers from other people Katarzyna has invited and later I will lead a tour round Blueprint for a Bogey.

The programme for the afternoon is as below.

University of Glasgow and UWS event
Translating Russian & East European Cultures Centre for Russian, Central & East European Studies, supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council

GoMA Roundtable Event
Thursday 12 May 2011
Top Floor Studio GoMA

2:30 to 6pm

To include a roundtable on knowledge exchange as participatory practice – exploring links
between play and visual pedagogies and the private view of the exhibition Blueprint for a
Bogey, which includes the artwork, Women@Play
This event is part of GoMA’s ‘Blueprint for a bogey’ seminar series.

Programme
2:15 – 2:30 Tea and Coffee

2:30 – 2:45 Introduction
Katarzyna Kosmala, Jon Oldfield, Katie Bruce
2:45 – 3:45 Workshop
women@play, led by Katarzyna Kosmala
This session will involve the project co-ordinator, Katie Bruce; the artists Rachel Mimiec and Anne Elliot as well as the Development Worker from the Red Road Family Centre, June Aird, talking around the project. There will also be time for Q&As.
3:45 – 4:30 Impulse paper session
Short impulse papers will be delivered on aspects of knowledge exchange as part of participatory practice. These will be given by Rebecca Kay, Zuly Mail Zada, and Jon Oldfield.
4:30 – 5:00 Group activity/discussion
Revolving around the themes of participation as learning/knowledge exchange, experiential learning, and related areas.
5:00 – 6:00 Exhibition
Viewing, guided by curator Katie Bruce followed by drinks reception.
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