A one-day seminar in Bristol
Culmination of an AHRC funded arts-community network project between UK and India addressing water scarcity in rural Rajasthan
9:30 for 10am start – 4:00 pm
Friday 5th October 2018
Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd
Bristol BS1 4RN
This one-day seminar will reflect on the potential and role of the arts and creative practice to address critical global challenges:
- Where and how artists are engaging with social and environmental issues.
- The challenges, opportunities and implications of accessing and engaging vulnerable individuals and communities through the arts.
- How community-based arts can contribute to improvements in the welfare of those living in tenuous conditions.
- Interdisciplinary challenges associated with bringing together science and arts perspectives in addressing critical social and environmental issues.
Presentations by Michael Buser, Loraine Leeson, MS Rathore, Nina Sabnani,
Anurupa Roy and Neelam Raina
FREE, but places are limited
For further information contact Michael.Buser@uwe.ac.uk