This symposium gathers artists, curators, academics and community arts organisations together to discuss the unique heritage and present conditions of new towns, how they work with their communities to produce the common and their response to a call for the right to the (new) city. Speakers include curator Maria Lind (Tensta Konsthall), Stavros Stavrides (author of Common Space), artists Bik Van der Pol, sociologist Sophie Watson (Open University), artist/ researcher Darren Umney, Roger Kitchen (Living Archive), geographer Gillian Rose (Open University), researcher and filmmaker Ed Webb-Ingall, artist Stuart Whipps and more.
Tickets (including refreshments & lunch): £12 / £6 concessions /
£22.50 including train from London Euston. Book online
Organised by Inheritance Projects with MK Gallery, Open University and with support from Alec Steadman (Arts Catalyst). With support from the Arts Council for England Grants for the Arts, MK Community Foundation, Milton Keynes Development Partnership.