A one hour conversation open to all to discuss how Manchester Art Gallery can serve displaced communities.
Manchester Art Gallery
Tuesday 9 October 2018, 12.30pm–1.30pm
We are holding a public conversation within Kate Daudy’s Am I my Brothers Keeper? artwork, exploring how Manchester Art Gallery can best serve displaced communities? We currently run a range of ESOL programmes and bespoke partnership programmes but are keen to take this forward, ensuring that the gallery is a useful and relevant space for people who have experienced displacement.
Am I my Brother’s Keeper? is a United Nations High Commission for Refugees desert tent in which a family lived for several months, on which Daudy inscribed observations from refugees from nearly 60 countries, and a funding project in Syria which commissioned crochet circles to be made by internally displaced women in the refugee camps.