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Later this month we’ll be speaking as part of Social Intentions Symposium, which will take a look at the use of social engagement within art institutions. Hosted by the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow between April 13 and 15.

CCA have invited influential institutions from all over Europe to come together and share different practices, believing that these various socially engaged approaches are relevant in the current development of contemporary culture. The aim is to look at the benefits as well as the pitfalls of the use of social engagement when related to art institutions. The symposium will include workshops and brainstorming sessions as well panel discussions, talks and presentations.

With Sanne Oorthuizen and Ying Que (CASCO), Viviana Checchia (CCA), Ainslie Roddick (CCA), Claudia Zeiske (Deveron Arts Centre), Emily Gee (FACT), Adam Sutherland (Grizedale), Andrea Phillips (Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg), Polly Brannan (Liverpool Biennial), Manuela Villa (Matadero), Marcos Garcia (Medialab – Prado), Alistair Hudson (Mima), Louise Shelley (Showroom), Claire Doherty (Situations), Harry Weeks (University of Edinburgh) and Lucy Brown (University of Strathclyde).

To find out more about the symposium and how to book please see the CCA website

Wednesday 13 April

10.30am – 1.30pm: Social Intentions KETSO

3.30pm – 5pm: Panel on Format
Participants: Polly Brannan (Liverpool Biennial), Marcos Garcia (Medialab), Manuela Villa (Matadero). Chaired by Ainslie Roddick, Assistant Curator, CCA.

Thursday 14 April

10am – 10.30am: Intro notes

10.30am – 12noon: Panel on Duration
Participants: Sanne Oorthuizen and Ying Que (CASCO), Claire Doherty (Situations), Adam Sutherland (Grizedale). Chaired by Harry Weeks, IASH Postdoctoral Fellow, the University of Edinburgh

1pm – 2.30pm: Panel on Context
Participants: Louise Shelley (The Showroom), Claudia Zeiske (Deveron Arts), Emily Gee (FACT). Chaired by Lucy Brown, PhD Student, Scottish Oral History Centre, University of Strathclyde.

2.30pm – 4pm: Assembly / plenary discussion

Friday 15 April

10am – 12.30pm: BarCamp

5pm- 8.30pm: Talk with Andrea Phillips on the Invisible Knowledge groups

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