NEWS @ FOR THE TIME BEING
'IN SEARCH OF SOMETHING USEFUL' @FOR THE TIME BEING
A discussion in two halves between students, professionals and intellectuals. Join us for soup throughout the entire exhibition on the third floor. The Soup Kitchen will be set up in conjunction with a temporary discussion centre that will not only play host to our scheduled events, but also be a place for discussion to unfold throughout the show.
For any information about the discussions or the soup kitchen please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR THE TIME BEING: IN SEARCH OF SOMETHING USEFUL: PUBLICATION
Find FOR THE TIME BEING: IN SEARCH OF SOMETHING USEFUL in our Multiples Shop when you visit Bargehouse this weekend. IN SEARCH OF SOMETHING USEFUL includes a selection of essays responding to the question of 'purpose?' in art education, art work and in intellectual thought. This publication includes a selection of images of works by the artists featured in FOR THE TIME BEING and a map that will help you to navigate all four floors of Bargehouse.
EDUCATION @ FOR THE TIME BEING
We will be running a series of workshops that will be co-ordinated by Rebecca Starkiss, Jack Cornell, Sophie Payne and Karl Koch, all of whom have worked within schools or within extracurricular classes and organisations. Paramount to the relation of the workshops to the gallery space will be children’s exposure to observational tasks and drawing exercises with the exhibition, encouraging them to think about the different ways the artwork has been installed. To respond to the work; engaging with an active involvement in the conceptual foundations of how the viewer, gallery, object triangulated system operates. The aim of our programme at For The Time Being will be to encourage the children to respond to the environment around them through the second set of workshops; engaging with the gallery space to then consider the city of London and furthermore what a 'city' actually is by considering and constructing what they view to be the perfect city. The children will then be given the opportunity to place themselves within this idyll, via the use of green screen technology to explore their own perfect cities first hand.
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