Rural Art Space

April 16, 2007

Rural Art Space Symposium/Programme

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The one day symposium was part of Why We Left The Village and Came Back and took place on Wednesday 17 Jan 2007, 10.00 to 17.00 at the Old Market Hall in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, UK

Symposium Programme

09.30 to 10.00
Registration, Old Market Hall

10.00 to 10.15
Welcome and Introduction by Adrian Plant, Exhibitions Officer and Mary White Director Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery

10.15 to 10.45
Introduction to Cultural Regeneration
With Clare Cumberlidge, Director of General Public Agency
Thurrock: A Visionary Brief for the Thames Gateway

10.45 to 11.00
Mapping your Rural Art Space with the whole audience and myvillages.org

11.00 to 12.15
Kathrin Böhm, Artist and member of myvillages.org and public works, currently AHRC Research
Fellow at the School of Art and Design, University of Wolverhampton
Art as Space vs Spaces for Art

Adam Sutherland, Director Grizedale Arts, Cumbria
Curating Networks of Activities

12.15 to 13.00
Antje Schiffers and Wapke Feenstra, Artitsts and member myvillages.org
Roamning the Rural: The Bibliobox Tour through Shropshire

13.00 to 14.00
Lunch in the Music Hall/Clive Suite

14.00 to 14.15
Introduction of the 5 workshops sessions for the afternoon

14.15 to 16.00

Workshop Session 1 at Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery
Curatorial strategies that operate within and across rural spaces, with presentations by
Mark Segal, Director Artsway, New Forest
Martin Barlow, Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Wales
Gavin Wade, Artist Curator, Research Fellow in Curating at the University of Central England

Workshop Session 2 at Belmont Arts Centre
New Media as a trans-spatial tool for the rural environment, with presentations by
Mike Pearson, Performance Studies, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Sue Gainsborough, Director Thomas Adams Media College, Wem
Wapke Feenstra, artist, Rotterdam

Workshop Session 3 at Music Hall / Darwin Suite 2
Cultural Production vs Arts and Crafts vs Creative Industries, with presentations by
Amanda Farr, Director Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Powys
Trudi Graham, Qube Gallery, Oswestry, host of Notion Nanny
Amy Plant, artist, Multi Stop Shop

Workshop Session 4 at Music Hall / Clive Suite
The rural as a source for contextual art practice, with presentations by
Richard Walker, artist, lecturer University of Staffordshire
Matthew Cornford, artist and member of Cornford and Cross, Lecturer in Fine Art University of Wolverhampton
Torange Khonsari, architect and member of public works, currently in residency at Wysing Arts

Workshop Session 5 at Music Hall / Darwin Suite 1
Art, Ecology and the landscape, with presentations by
Tim Collins, artist and Associate Dean, School of Art and Design, University of Wolverhampton
David Haley, MIRIAD, Manchester Metropolitan University
The Cloud Gallery, Shropshire artist collective

16.00 to 17.00
Plenary Session and Feedback from Workshops

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