Wednesday, 13 March
6.00 – 8.30pm
We invite Consented Youth to challenge and question what it means to ‘belong’ in contemporary society. The event will take the current exhibition Crone Music as a starting point which explores friendship, feeling, empathy and solidarity as tools for individual and collective agency. During the evening we will use critical debate, as well as practical activities, to consider ideas around art, race, and identity.
Free, but booking is recommended.
Consented Youth is an educational project running weekly seminars within schools in East and South London aimed at readying students for university, fostering critical thinking and creating a space for students to explore complex ideas. Consented Youth also co-organize an annual summer school with Hacking Education aimed at exploring ideas about race, racism & resistance. Read more
Alongside the Saturday sessions, our Youth Collective Talks and Events Series offers people aged between 15 – 25 years the opportunity to engage and learn about matters surrounding contemporary art and artistic production through a series of workshops, talks, interventions and screenings as a way of expanding professional development opportunities.