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October Night School FREE

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This month the Night School team has prepared a full programme of exciting discussions, performances and exhibitions!

An exhibition of Paul Newman's work at the School of Art gallery space on ground floor. Paul Newman’s practice evolves from painting; merging with performance, film and photography, collage and installation. More information: http://paul-newman.net/

An exhibition by Olivia Sparrow in the foyer. Since 2017, herself and her partner have been documenting their time together through texts, photographs and videos, acting not only as a document of love but also as an archive of the experiences of two working class, trans and queer identities and sexualities. More about Olivia: http://www.oliviasparrow.co.uk/

L5&6 Fine Art and Art & Design open studios. Walk through the historic building of the Birmingham School of Art and view the progress of new works by our L5&6 students. Location: B.21 and F.01/F.02

A performance by Linda Stupart at 7:00PM Linda Stupart is an artist and writer from Cape Town, South Africa.

.. always winter some strange reason . . . long hours of darkness . . . now this . . . this . . . quicker and quicker . . . the words…

Climate change is melting permafrost soils that have been frozen for thousands of years, and as the soils melt they are releasing ancient monstrous viruses, aliens, and bacteria that, having lain dormant, are springing back to life. After the Ice, the Deluge is a long term project, figuring relationships between the melting polar ice caps and other traumatised, abject, alien, and outsider bodies - queering the question of survival towards less boundaried ways of being in crisis. Location: Basement More about Linda: http://lindastupart.net

Discussion starting at 6:00PM. Limited availability. Message the Night School page if you would like to participate. What is your online identity? Who created it? Who has access to it? And who controls it?

Collaborate with artist Emma Smith to create a public event to test creative acts for upholding your rights in the online world.

The artist invites you to join a private workshop on 29th October to work with her to create a public event on 26th November to challenge, through art, the governance of our data selves. Work with the artist to shape this event, feed in your ideas, invite speakers you’d like to hear from and create artistic interventions. Location: G.04 More information: https://www.americanexport.info/

THE BAR is open as per usual selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, including a cocktail designed by Linda Stupart. Support our future events by buying a drink (or two!) and enjoy an evening full of intellectual entertainment!

Tuesday 29 6.00PMOctober
2019
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