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Art and Migration Reading group 1

Research profile seminar

Welcome to the first meeting with the Art and Migration Reading Group. Read, view, discuss, and engage with artistic research.

Welcome to the first meeting with the Art and Migration Reading Group. Read, view, discuss, and engage with artistic research.

In autumn and winter 2018 - 2019 the faculty´s joint venture PARSE host a reading group on Art and Migration. We will meet on four occasions to engage with artistic research related to different aspects of migration.

For access to the texts and more info, contact Erling Bjorgvinsson, PARSE Professor at HDK, who also leads the reading group. erling.bjorgvinsson@hdk.gu.se

The Art and Migration Reading Group is open also to external participants. If intending to participate, it is preferred that you join all four meetings:

September 20th , at 14.00 - 16.00
October 11th , at 14.00 - 16.00
November 1st, at 14.00 - 16.00
January 17th, at 14.00 - 16.00

More Reading Groups
Do you know that PARSE also has the Intersectional Engagements Reading Group this autumn? Contact is professor kristina.hagstrom-stahl@hsm.gu.se
September 5
September 27
November 7
December 11

About PARSE

PARSE - Platform for Artistic Research Sweden, is an international art and research publishing and conferencing initiative based at the Faculty of Fine, Applied, and Performing arts, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.www.parsejournal.com

Date: 9/20/2018

Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Categories: Art

Organizer: Konstnärliga fakulteten

Location: Valand Academy, Vasagatan 50
X-library

Contact person: Erling Björgvinsson

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