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Online Exhibition: Extracting Us

3 August25 September

Extracting Us: online exhibition and conversation on the feminist political ecologies of extractivism. The online exhibition and conversation brings together creative contributions working on different experiences of extractivism around the world, and responses to the contributions from artist and activists, such as the Women and Mining Network in Asia (WAMA) network. Viewers will also be invited to contribute responses, either directly to the artists or to be added to the ongoing conversation. The contributions from artists-activists-scholars includes work from extractivist…

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Weaving connections webinar: Extracting Us exhibit collective reflections

24 September
2:45 pm
4:30 pm

Extracting Us brings together reflections and creative work from thirteen artists-activists-researchers in relation to diverse extractive contexts, and responses from virtual visitors and participants over the past month. Through facilitated conversation with co-curators and artists, this event will begin to weave together the threads that connect the contributions, and consider some collective learnings and potential future work. We will ask: what (unexpected) connections have been made and what kinds of questions have been raised? We will draw upon the six…

Kim Hak-Sun the survivor and the skeleton spectre

Jaye Ho: The Vanishing Act

6 October22 November

is proud to be hosting ‘The Vanishing Act’, a solo exhibition of new paintings by artist Jaye Ho. The Vanishing Act, is a powerful series of work that addresses war crimes, focusing on the plight of ‘Comfort Women’ in Japanese-occupied WW2 countries and sexual violence survivors seeking justice. Ho paints victims and their remains, survivors and perpetrators. She censors/protects/condemns these images with a mask of prisms, geometric shapes or pixels.  Ho’s vivid paintings will be exhibited in a two-part exhibition…

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Making Masks Workshop #01

8 October
2:00 pm
4:00 pm

A workshop making cloth face masks for adults living in Whitehawk and East Brighton. Join maker Sally Bourner aboard Barge to learn simple techniques to make faces masks by hand in this supportive and creative workshop. Since the COVID 19 outbreak the Government has encouraged face-masks and coverings to be worn in public spaces. Homemade, reusable face masks are not the same as PPE equipment, but could help reduce the risk of spreading the virus. Tools and Materials will be…

Making Masks Workshop #02

15 October
6:00 pm
8:00 pm

A workshop making cloth face masks for adults living in Whitehawk and East Brighton. Join maker Sally Bourner aboard Barge to learn simple techniques to make faces masks by hand in this supportive and creative workshop. Since the COVID 19 outbreak the Government has encouraged face-masks and coverings to be worn in public spaces. Homemade, reusable face masks are not the same as PPE equipment, but could help reduce the risk of spreading the virus. Tools and Materials will be…

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Meet the Artist: Jaye Ho

7 November
2:00 pm
3:30 pm

The Vanishing Act is first 2020 online exhibition with an accompanying window display. We invite you to join us online where we’ll be hosting a conversation with artist Jaye Ho. This brilliant exhibition includes a series of portraits of war criminals and piles of skulls from genocide victims. This event will be BSL interpreted. About the Artist Jaye Ho (b England) is an identical twin, born in Oxford to Singaporean and Malaysian parents. She currently lives in Hastings. Jaye studied…

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Art and Conflict: Panel Discussion

21 November
2:00 pm
3:00 pm

Join Jaye Ho for an online panel discussion exploring the relationship between art and conflict. This event is a part of The Vanishing Act exhibition by artist and human rights policy adviser Jaye Ho. Panel speakers include artist and former mental health campaigner Dr Errol Francis, award winning Iranian animator Majid Adin, and transitional justice expert Hernando Cáceres. Content note: Death, Violence About the Speakers Jaye Ho (b. England) is an identical twin, born in Oxford to Singaporean and Malaysian…

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