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matthew fuller on 14 Feb 2001 11:16:14 -0000


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[Nettime-bold] The INDEPENDENT ART SCHOOL / MODELS OF PRACTICE


The INDEPENDENT ART SCHOOL
MODELS OF PRACTICE

2pm 25th Feb - 1st March 2001

Dilston Grove, London. You are invited to present your current ideas and work at the Independent Art School's next event at Dilston Grove in London.
What are you working on now? What are your Motivations?  

…within your own (art) practice or involvement with art and educational groups/organisations… Presentations can take the form of a talk, discussion, &nbsp;workshop, experiment, interventions, practical demonstration, performance, or the exhibiting of archive material and so forth. The event will be an opportunity for sharing and exchanging thoughts and knowledge. A platform for the ideas driving your work. For the continuation of discussions surrounding what individuals and groups are learning through their own practice and personal experiences. Everyone will at once be artist/student/tutor. &nbsp; A programme of events will begin to take shape at http://website.lineone.net/~nschool/ from the 7th Feb and complete details will be available from 20th Feb. Events will start happening from 2pm onwards on Sunday the 25th Feb.To discuss your ideas, or if you have any enquiries please contact Pippa Koszerek on (01482) 212 478 or at nschool {AT} hotmail.com <mailto:nschool {AT} hotmail.com> &nbsp;The Independent Art School is about questioning art education, (art) 'school’, art practice...through actions, interventions, art works, events, publications, websites and much much more. MODELS OF PRACTICE is part of it’s ongoing process. Currently it is concerned with dialogue and the sharing of information gained from art practice. Previous events/actions include a two-week school at the Red Gallery, Hull, November 1999 and a Conferencerunning alongside Hull Time Based Arts ROOT festival, October 2000. The Independent Art School is a self-generating un-funded project. Dilston Grove is a huge empty cast concrete church with a small heatable back meeting room. It is very evocative because of its raw concrete interior and its unusually high roof. TRAVEL: Venue telephone no. 020 7232 2399 Dilston Grove, Former Clare College Mission Church, Southwest corner of Southwark Park, London SE16. Dilston Grove is sign posted from Surrey Quays and near Bermondsey and Canada Water tube stations on the Jubilee Line. Bus routes that serve the area are 1,47,188,199,381,395 and P13. The nearest rail station is South Bermondsey. Parking is available in the park from Hawkestone Road. Dilston Grove is a Café Gallery Projects venue administered by the Bermondsey Artists Group. Membership of the group is open to all visual artists who live, work or study in the London Borough of Southwark. For more infomation on Cafe gallery projects live art events contact Em on emcoevents {AT} hotmail.com <mailto:emcoevents {AT} hotmail.com> . The Bermondsey Artists Group is located at 92 Webster Road, London SE16 4DF. Tel. 020 7237 1230. Fax. 020 7231 1386. E: bag.office {AT} virgin.net. The Bermondsey Artists’ Group actively promotes Equality of Opportunity.


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