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Futurecamp 4: Alternative Methods


During Futurecamp Wysing will be exploring what the future might hold, from five specific positions. A series of fortnightly events will address elements of the way we live now and how these might evolve and affect the future and will comprise talks, discussion, screenings, performances and workshops.

The fourth event in the Wysing Arts Centre's Futurecamp series includes contributions from artist Lucy BeechDr Matthew Cheeseman, School of English, University of Sheffield; Anna Colin, freelance curator, co-founder Open School East; the Wysing Expanded Studio Grouppresented by artists Frank Abbott and Rob Smith;  Leah GordonGhetto Biennale, Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Futurecamp residency artist Ahmet Ögüt, with student Senay ÖztürkSara Nunes Fernandes, co-founder of School of The Damned with current students Ruth Angel Edwards and Emilia BergmarkElla Ritchie, Director of Programming at Intoart with artist Ntiense Eno-Amooquaye; artist Florian Roithmayr; and Sally Tallant, Director, Liverpool Biennial plus many more. 

'Alternative Methods' will seek out the reopening of discussion in terms of art and education. 

The event is free and all are welcome to attend the BBQ that begins after the talks. 

To see the profiles of each guest speaker, please click here. 

For those who are travelling, transport is organised to and from Cambridge train station for each of the events. The transport will leave at 10.30am on the morning of the event. It will then leave Wysing at the close of the evenits. Full coach details will be sent in the week before 'Alternative Methods'. To book your travel please click here. 

Event Details
Date: Saturday 26th July, 11am -6.30pm
Venue: Wysing Arts Centre, Fox Road, Bourn, Cambridgeshire
Postcode: CB23 2BX
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