A day conference on the development of community art in Britain from 1969 to the present.
Community art – engaging local communities in collaborative art works- largely dates from the 1960s. The Museum of Bath at Work has invited internationally known speakers to review how this work has developed.
The conference will include round table discussions, films and presentations. You can ask questions of some of the most prominent exponents of community art including Francois Matarosso and Maggie Pinhorn.
To book a place, please contact Stuart Burroughs at the Museum of Bath at Work on 01225 318348 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The conference is part of a series of events accompanying the Bath Arts Workshop exhibition: Brilliant or Bonkers? The museum will remain open until 5 pm to view the exhibition.
‘Brilliant or Bonkers?’ runs until October 1st.