Please join us on the 29th March at no.w.here to learn more about this year’s programme The Right to Play Oneself, and for informal conversation with those involved in the running of the course, contributing artists and members of the no.w.here community.
Between 5- 8pm the third floor space will be open to all those interested in the programme. Invited Summer School guests will be on hand to talk through any questions over a drink, and we will be screening work made by a number of the Summer School participants who include (amongst others): Olivia Plender, Beatrice Gibson, Oreet Ashery, Cinenova, Rehana Zaman, Sarah Pierce, Cara Tolmie, Patrick Staff, Lucy Pawlak, Massimiliano Mollona, Isla Leaver Yap, Avery Gordon, Phil Minton, Jake Astbury, James Holcombe, Edwin Mingard, Ron Peck, Carry Gorney and Ron Orders.
The Right to Play Oneself is a programme that builds on no.w.here's reputation as a vital community and site for the production, discussion and dissemination of practices engaged with the moving image, politics, technology and aesthetics. Participants in the Summer School will work within this space and community on a programme of study that reflects the practice and ambition of no.w.here. The open day offers an opportunity to both learn more about the programme and no.w.here.
If you are unable to attend the open day but would like more information on the Summer School please do contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please register your interest in attendance via the same address.