Group Work in the Women’s Art Library

Speakers: Dr Althea Greenan (Women’s Art Library curator)
Lauren Craig and Gina Nembhard (members of X Marks the Spot)

2-5pm, Friday March 6th 2020

Women’s Art Library, Special Collections, Rutherford Building, Goldsmiths, Lewisham Way, New Cross, London, SE14 6NW

This workshop will be led by Althea Greenan, archivist of the Women’s Art Library, along with Lauren Craig and Gina Nembhard. As members of X Marks the Spot, an art and archive research collective, Craig and Nembhard have explored the Women of Colour Index held at the Women’s Art Library, as well as the Jo Spence archive.

Workshop members will examine material in the Women’s Art Library and consider how archivists, artists and activists have sought to creatively engage with the collection. The workshop will ask key questions about how to approach collaborative practice through its archival traces.

The Women’s Art Library is a unique collection of material on women artists, with a growing programme of creative interventions by artists, curators, writers and archivists.

You will need to join the British Art Network sub-group “Group Work: Contemporary Art and Feminism” to attend. Please let us know if you are not already a member and we will forward your details. BAN members can claim travel expenses for attending. We also have four travel bursaries of £50 each for early career scholars, funded by the Association for Art History. Please email to attend the workshop, or get more details.

This workshop is funded by the Association for Art History, the British Art Network and Goldsmiths Art Department Research Support Award. It is organised by Catherine Grant (Goldsmiths), Amy Tobin (University of Cambridge) and Rachel Warriner (Courtauld Institute of Art).

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