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Participation Artists' Residency Programme

Gasworks' Participatory Artist Residency Programme: Connecting Communities aims to provide opportunities for artists and migrant communities in Lambeth and Southwark to work together on collaborative projects. More

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1 Nov 18 – 1 Nov 20

FOTL (Future of the Left) - Participation Evaluator

Over the next two years FOTL (Future of the Left) will develop a participation evaluation framework for Gasworks' Participatory Residency Programme: Connecting Communities. More

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27 Nov 18 – 27 Jul 19

Jacob V Joyce - Participation Artist Residency

Over the next eight months Jacob V Joyce will develop a series of workshops as part of the Gasworks Participatory Residency Programme: Connecting Communities. More

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1 Oct 18 – 31 May 19

Re: Over everything which exists under the sky

From October 2018 to May 2019, as part of the MA Curating Contemporary Art graduate project at the Royal College of Art, students have appointed themselves curatorial residents at Gasworks. More

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24 – 27 May 18

RANDOM WALK: The Script-less film project 2018

BA Fine Art students from Central St. Martins, UAL, explored thoughts and ideas about working in a non-hierarchical and open structure with the medium of film - without director, cast or screenplay. The results of these investigations are presented in an exhibition, Random Walk. 25 - 27 May 2018. More

10 – 13 May 18

Who cares? A radio tale

Events programmed by students from the RCA Curating Contemporary Art MA course turn Gasworks into a a live broadcast studio in collaboration with Resonance FM. Newly commissioned and existing performances, sound works and discussions invite audiences to think about affective labour, the unrecognised emotional work that exists in all parts of life. Tune in, log on or turn up!  More

6 Feb 18

Voicing What Matters

Students from Wyvil School’s Language Centre joined arts educator and curator Samantha Lippett to explore protest to celebrate Vote 100. The groups produced banners, placards and protest slogans, as well as engaging in a final ‘demonstration’ outside of Gasworks. Two films produced to document the day were screened in a special Vote 100 assembly at Wyvil School. More