On Thursday 9th November we are holding a FREE one-day research symposium to officially launch the Monad project and journal at the University of Northampton, Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology.
This event event will feature a selection of excellent speakers addressing various of forms of transformative practice in relation to progressive change. A detailed outline of the Monad project and journal can be found on our homepage. The event is FREE but places are limited, so please click on the link below to register and secure your space. A lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Then, in the evening, after a few hours break for dinner and time to freshening up, our ‘Transition’ event format will be making a very special return to the Phoenix Bar in Northampton. Transition events aim to bring innovative, independent and academic research, about methods of realising progressive change, to the wider community, while providing a safe, shared, creative, recreational space for everyone. We will continue to investigate the principle of transformative practice, over a beer or two with performances from some incredible artists that are both hugely entertaining and inspiring examples of how you can ‘be the change you want to see in the world’.
Transition events particularly welcome the queer community, along with people who self-identify as ‘others’, in any sense, anyone with an ‘alternative’ image/sense of identity and those who simply feel they are not comfortable in a traditional, mainstream entertainment environment. But we are open to everyone who embraces openness and tolerance themselves.
Venue: University of Northampton
CAVAN MCLAUGHLIN | ROY WALLACE | ANNE CROSSEY | CARLOS RUIZ BRUSSIAN | STEVE GODFREY | LUC ROBENE | SOLVEIG SERRE | HELENA BLAKEMORE | PETER DUCHEMIN | ALASDAIR GORDON-FINLAYSON | DAVID LUKE | ARTE ARTEMIOU
*first 50 registrants are free, nominal charge applied after these spaces are taken
Venue: The Phoenix
(plus a small booking fee)