Category Archives: Akadēmeia

Post-Creative Economy

Live Constitution Period
Thursday 24th May 2012, 2:30-5:00pm

A round table on cultural theory and policy after the creative economy

Lanchester Gallery Projects, Coventry

http://lanchestergalleryprojects.org.uk

Chair: Prof Neil Mulholland, Professor of Contemporary Art, University of Edinburgh

Dr Kirsten Forkert: University of East Anglia
http://www.variant.org.uk/pdfs/issue35/CulturalLeadership.pdf
http://www.journalofaestheticsandprotest.org/5/articles/forkert.htm

Dr Roberta Comunian : Associate at University of Kent.

Owen Hatherley: Author of Militant Modernism, critic, writer.

Dr Rachel Granger : Coventry University

Scottish Independents

Scottish Independents

 

This democratisation of the intellect is our inheritance (not least since we have already paid for it), our creative commons; it is what enables us to innovate and to engage transnationally.

This is an invaluable and ambitious international role for interdependent organisations to play.

The history of artists’ cultural self-determination is linked and made stronger by that of making real the promise of political self-determination.

12:00 Friday 18th November 2011

Lecture Theatre

Royal College of Art, Sculpture School Project Space, 15-25 Howie Street Battersea

Followed by a presentation by Siesta Pinwheel.

Present Absent

‘Present Absent’

Follow the link to download: http://cs.anendlesssupply.co.uk/content/5.projects/9.19-08-11/19-08-2011.pdf

Countersituation is the title of an ongoing series of weekly published pages, initiated by An Endless Supply with Adam Smythe. Each issue is a double-sided sheet of new writing, simultaneously printed and distributed in short-runs and available online as a PDF.

Countersituation will appear weekly online at cs.anendlesssupply.co.uk and, from 23 July to 27 August 2011, in printed form at Galerie8, 195-205 Richmond Road, London E8 3NJ.