Monday 21 July 2014, 6.30–8.30pm
Free, no booking required
A discussion around The Showroom's Communal Knowledge programme, looking specifically at the forms of working that are necessary for collaborative and community practice, and how this is sustained, valued and evaluated. On the panel will be Marissa Begonia (domestic worker and coordinator of Justice 4 Domestic Workers), Amal Khalaf (Projects Curator, Serpentine Gallery), Christian Nyampeta (artist) and Louise Shelley (Collaborative Projects Curator, The Showroom).
This is an event to accompany the exhibition Werker 10: Community Darkroom and Christian Nyampeta: How to Live Together