SERP REACTIVATED at Tate Exchange
18 April 2018 – 22 April 2018
Tuesday – Sunday, 11am – 6pm
Tate Exchange: Blavatnik Building, Level 5, Tate Modern, London SE1 9TG
ETHICS OF ENGAGEMENT
12 April 2018 6pm – 8pm
Join this discussion on the ethics of public engagement and artistic intervention in communities. The critical influence that the ‘open brief’ developed by Artist Placement Group has had on social practice today. Facilitated by Gilane Tawadros Chief Executive at DACS and Vice-Chair of the Stuart Hall Foundation and with the artists Barby Asante and Barbara Steveni, recipient of ART360 and Emily Druiff CEO and Artistic Director at Peckham Platform.
CURRICULA OF THE FUTURE
21 April 2018 2pm – 4pm
Join us for light refreshments and the opportunity to see ‘Performing the Curricular’ by students at Charter School participating in SERP REACTIVATED. Followed by a conversation to reimagine a ‘future curricula’, facilitated by John McMahon Heritage Lottery Fund’s national Policy Adviser for Learning and Volunteering the artists Barby Asante and Barbara Steveni, students from Charter School, Sophie Leech is editor of NSEAD magazine and Generation ART and co-founder of Charter School, Fiona Lucas Intervention at Charter School, formerly William Penn School original participating school in SERP.
2pm – 4pm from 18 April 2018 – 22 April 2018
Join students from University of the Arts London and guest speakers at 2 – 4pm daily at Tate Exchange. Find out how the reduction of arts in education is impacting young people today. Go online to find out what the hot topic for the day is! #SERP_reactivated.