A Workshop and discussion, Sat 30th April 2-5pm.
Join artists, teachers and activists in a discussion and workshop that looks at radical educational journals from 1970s and 1980s, asks how these histories influenced state education curriculum, and discusses the problems and usefulness of alternative methods of working in schools today.
Speakers include artists Ruth Beale and Amy Feneck, the Radical Education Forum, Leanne Turvey from Tate Modern and Jo Norcup - Honorary research fellow at Glasgow University and founder of Geography Workshop.
The event takes place at Rabbits Road Institute, amongst a display of the work done by students and artists during the project, including a short film and a series of posters developed as teaching aides for future study.
Free but booking required as places are limited. Older children and young adults welcome.
This event is part of The Rich as a Minority Group project, by artists Ruth Beale and Amy Feneck in collaboration with GSCE Sociology students from Little Ilford School, Manor Park, Newham.
Please note there are planned closures on the London Overground on Saturday 30th April - no service between Camden Road and Stratford.
The closest station to Rabbits Road Institute is Manor Park on TFL Rail. If you are coming from central London, travel to Liverpool Street or Stratford and get the TFL Rail service to Shenfield.
Please remember to plan your journey in advance.
835 Romford Rd
London E12 5JY
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