If you have ever wondered about the famous Peckham Experiment of the 1920s, 30s and 40s, here is your chance to find out.
The Peckham Experiment exhibition runs in Camberwell, Peckham, East Dulwich to 7th November 2009. See http://www.spacestationsixtyfive.com for Programme for dates & venues. Information about the Peckham Experiment at the Pioneer Health Foundation website: http://www.thephf.org/
And an Invitation to:
The Peckham Experiment Symposium
*Self-organising but with strict parameters*
Saturday 24th October 2009
Free; booking required; to book a place:
- email Tatjana Gretschmann firstname.lastname@example.org
- Or phone- 020 7514 6302
Please book before 4.00pm Wednesday 21st October 2009
10.30-4.30pm Wilson Lecture Hall,
Camberwell College of Arts, Wilson Road, London SE5 8LU.
The Symposium will explore some of the themes of The Peckham Experiment exhibitions and projects, curated by Rachael House and Jo David. The Peckham Experiment exhibition is inspired by the original radical wellbeing and health study of the same name, which ran from 1926-1950. The first part of the exhibition is showing at Camberwell Space at Camberwell College of Art. The second part is at Space Station Sixty-Five. The symposium will become part of The Peckham Experiment publication, to be launched after the exhibition.
Morning session will be chaired by Ben Perry and includes-
Registration from 10.30am.
Lisa Curtice from the Pioneer Health Foundation http://www.thephf.org/
Sue Hill from The Peckham Society http://www.peckhamsociety.org.uk
Ken Taylor of M2 www.quay2c.com,
Eileen Conn from Peckham Vision http://www.peckhamvision.org
Jini Rawlings film A Pool of Information,
discussion and questions from the floor.
Lunch - a vegetarian sandwich lunch will be provided,
and there will be information about local community and arts organisations.
Afternoon session includes-
Kit Poulson performance We're too lazy for the future, artists' panel including Gayle Chong Kwan, Nicholas Cobb, Dean Kenning, Annie Whiles and Jo David, discussion and questions from the floor and a closing session from Gayle Chong Kwan.
The symposium will finish at Camberwell Space with a glass of wine or juice and an opportunity to see part one of The Peckham Experiment exhibition.
We look forward to meeting you.
Space Station Sixty-Five
65 North Cross Road, London SE22 9ET
020 8299 5036