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REUNION: Meeting points between critical art practices from South East Europe and the UK

We have a week of Reunion events coming up - presentations, food and discussions with allsopp&weir, B+B, Ella Gibbs, Amy Plant, Erzen Shkololli, Skart and WHW

Monday 21st November, 4pm a workshop with artists Edina Husanovic, Margareta Kern and Suzana Tamamovic at Blue Elephant Theatre to coincide with their Balkan Season. To book a place call: 020 7701 0100.

Thursday 24 November, 7pm presentations by Croatian curatorial collective WHW and Kosovon artist, Erzen Shkololli at the Austrian Cultural Forum, 28 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge. Drinks will be served, this event is free, just turn up!

Sunday 27 November, 15pm a Reunion open day at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire where we will showcase the work of the Union members. There will be a feast and discussions on alternative support structures and modes of productive exchange across cultural and political contexts. To book a place on the free coach from London to Wysing Arts Centre, call 020 8980 4320.

Reunion is supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum, London, B+B, The British Council and Wysing Arts Centre.

For more infomation on Reunion click here.

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PUBLIC ART CONFERENCE
We're taking part in the 1st Annual Public Art Conference organised by Art & Architecture Journal at Oxford House on Thursday 10th November. The conference is titled 'The Great Artistic Metropolis: Art in the City - Creativity, Property and Cultural Regeneration'. For more info, see the Art & Architecture website: http://www.artandarchitecturejournal.com. We'll post our paper (Consulting, Branding and Distracting: The Misuse of art for Regeneration) on our website next week.

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NOTION NANNY
Go and see Allison Smith's exhibition at Studio Voltaire, ends December 4th. Notion Nanny will move to Oswestry on the Welsh border in March 06 where Allison will be developing more connections with local makers and investigating further the idea of the traditional revolutionary. See www.notionnanny.net for up to date information.

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Posted by bandb on November 06, 2005 at 12:36 PM | Comments (0)
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