Friday 8 December, 6 to 7.30pm
Adriana Monti: Scuola Senza Fine, 1983
The 150 Hours Courses were an educational experiment implemented in Italy beginning in 1974, available to factory workers and farmers initially, and expanded to include women a couple of years later. Scuola Senza Fine (literally School without end) shows how the experiment extended into the lives of women students. The film was produced in collaboration with these students as part of their studies for the class.
Redmond Entwistle: Walk-Through, 2012
Walk-Through explores the site, design and philosophy of the California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles, as a starting point for posing wider questions about contemporary pedagogical models and their relationship to new forms of social, political and economic exchange that have emerged since the 1970s.
This event is part of our current show BLACK MOUNTAIN which is open 11am-5pm, Tues to Sat until the 14th December.