Art in Hidden Places of Falmouth featuring at Open Research Meeting by iRes.
An Open Research Meeting organised by iRes will take place on 16/02/2006 at 12.30 – 13.30 in Seminar Room A, Rosehill Garden Studios, Woodlane.
Everyone is welcome, although there are a limited number of seats.
Please reserve your place by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Magda Tyzlik-Carver on 01326 370738.
The local group Art in Hidden Places of Falmouth will discuss with the audience their practice of organising collaborative art events ‘every now and then’ in public spaces of Falmouth. They will also talk about the concerns of collaborative practice that exists outside institutional settings.
"Art in Hidden Places of Falmouth attempts to create a network for artists to communicate, collaborate and show works in public spaces in the town of Falmouth.
It also aims to engage anyone interested in keeping in touch with art which is being made in the area.
No such network exists, despite Falmouth’s culturally diverse population and large number of artists (not only associated with the college). The pressure on space to be economically productive limits the amount of locations available for art events. It is from these constraints that the idea of Art in Hidden Places of Falmouth emerged, with a determination to be open to all, public (but hidden),
It also aims to engage anyone interested in keeping in touch with art which is being made in the area."
Art in Hidden Places of Falmouth
This Open Research Meeting is organised by iRes Research assistant Magda Tyzlik-Carver as part of her ongoing research into new models of curating.
Open Research Meetings aim to facilitate the developing network of art practitioners interested in interactive art in and around University College Falmouth. For more details about Open Research Meetings and iRes please visit: www.ires.org.uk and http://ires.falmouth.ac.uk/inet
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