Communal Knowledge at Work

This programme often operates behind the scenes, through regular conversation and collaboration with artists, researchers, school students, educators, neighbours, community activists and local groups. Workshops, events, artworks and publishing use pedagogy, research and collaboration to explore the histories of feminism, political organising and the community arts movement as well as art practices taking place now.
Prior to the public opening on 12 July, Werker Magazine will work with Schooling &
 Culture to collectively edit and produce a new issue of the S&
C journal, a practical contribution to the current debate on the state of secondary education.

4/07 – 8/07 2016
The Showroom,
 63 Penfold Street
, London.