LISTEN TO PODCAST: TCCE was delighted to to present Dr Sacha Golob in conversation with artist Kasia Molga on 11th October 2016, for our fourth Philosophy and the Visual Arts Salon, developed in collaboration with the Philosophy Department at King’s College London. We have been running various salons together over a number of years and, in […]
May 2016 saw the latest in the highly successful series of TCCE Philosophy and the Visual Arts salons – it was a real pleasure to introduce and speak with the artist Alinah Azadeh. These salons are designed to bring together artists, curators, philosophers and anyone with an interest in these issues to talk informally with […]
March saw the latest in the highly successful series of TCCE Philosophy and the Visual Arts salons – it was a real pleasure to introduce and talk with the artist Jane Wildgoose. These salons are designed to bring together artists, curators, philosophers and anyone with an interest in these issues to talk informally with an artist about […]
Collaborations between academics and those working in contemporary arts fields are by no means new. They would also appear to be increasingly sought after by both sectors. On the one hand, the research community seems progressively interested in finding opportunities to connect with the contemporary arts landscape. This is at least in part due to […]
From The Guardian: We hear from Ned Beauman, shortlisted for the Guardian first book award, and the readers’ judging panel who helped put him there. There’s also a competition in which you, too, can be a winner.
“Beware the Cost of War” war photography panel discussion chaired by Jon Snow. www.bewarethecostofwar.org Video of a panel discussion chaired by Jon Snow, which took place in London on October 26 2009. Palestinian photojournalists Abid Katib and Mohammed Abed, and Israeli photojournalists Yoav Galai and Uriel Sinai discuss their joint exhibition “Beware The Cost Of War” […]
Professor Orlando Figes of Birkbeck, University of London will conduct a debate on contemporary attitudes to the Holocaust. In the West, by comparison with our attitudes towards the Holocaust, we are really quite insensitive to the repressions of the Stalinist regime. We are ignorant as well – we know about Auschwitz but who knows about Magadan […]
How can we sensitise ourselves to issues of environment and identity? What are the best ways to affect or mobilise change? How can we develop abilities to reset, withdraw and reboot?
Some of the questions we will try to answer at our Summer Symposium