As part of Restock, Reflect, Rethink Four, on Live Art and Privilege, LADA invited the artist Kelly Green to undertake a residency exploring Live Art practices and methodologies in relation to issues of class and cultural privilege. This was a two stranded residency, in collaboration with Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU), and Sidney Cooper Gallery involving time in LADA’s Study Room followed by engagement with CCCU and community groups in Kent and the Rhondda Valley, Wales as part of a wider project with Tate Exchange.
During her residency, Kelly produced Let's Get Classy, a Study Room Guide on issues of class and cultural privilege, and Ways of Getting Classy, a toolkit of methodologies for working with those excluded through social and economic barriers.
You are able to request a hardcopy of the guide - select hardcopy, rather than PDF.
The RRR4 residencies, Study Room Guides and Toolkits are supported by, and form part of LADA’s contribution to, the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme(CAPP), a transnational programme funded by the European Union focusing on collaborative practices with the aim of engaging new participants and enhancing mobility and exchange for artists.
Live Art Development Agency, 2018. Paperback, 29cm x 21cm, 48 pages.
As part of Restock, Reflect, Rethink Four, on Live Art and Privilege, LADA invited artist and activist Lois Weaver to undertake a residency exploring Live Art practices and methodologies in...