Activist arts and youth inequalities – exploring the potential of contemporary art for research impact and transformative change

Project Details


Seedcorn Funding (£1,468), Moray House School of Education

This project explores the potential of contemporary art (including conceptual or performance art) to disseminate research on children and young people’s experiences of inequalities, explore new practices of audience engagement and impact, and inspire transformative change. A one-day workshop brought together researchers, young people, Investing in Children (a children's human rights organisation), contemporary artists, and experts from arts organisations (Talbot Rice Gallery, National Galleries of Scotland, Collective Gallery) to discuss these questions.
Effective start/end date7/06/177/06/17


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