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Framework For Exchange

During 2020 and 2021, we have been working with artists to think about how we make artworks and build artistic programmes. Through these collaborations, we developed a series of conversations, interventions and resources called Framework for…. These focus on the topics urgent to FACT’s current and future research, and to those who we are working with.

In each series of ‘Framework For…’, artists, researchers and board members examine and evaluate institutional practice and existing systemic structures. Framework for Exchange will look at roles and responsibilities, how we hold those in power to account and how we might redistribute roles and exchange responsibilities. The series will also explore how we can develop other ways of working that allow for mutual exchanges of knowledge.

Live captioning will be available for these sessions. All speakers will audio describe themselves and state their pronouns. If you have any questions about access arrangements please contact us by emailing us at info@fact.co.uk

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ACCOUNTING AND ACCOUNTABILITY

Thu 3 Feb, 18:00

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This session brings together our board’s artist in residence, Jack Tan, FACT board member, Matthew Balnaves and artist, curator and cultural futurist Lauren Craig to consider accounting and accountability.

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HOW CAN ARTWORKS INFLUENCE DECISION MAKING?

Thu 17 Feb, 18:00

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In this conversation and Q&A moderated by Dr Emma Murray (Senior Lecturer in Criminal Justice at Liverpool John Moores University and FACT’s Criminologist in Residence), FACT’s commissioned artist Melanie Crean and Anita Dockley (The Research Director for the Howard League for Penal Reform) discuss how artworks created in collaboration with participants can influence decision making.

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HOW TO DESIGN INTERACTIVE ART EXPERIENCES FOR COLLECTIVE DECISION MAKING WITH FAST FAMILIAR

Thu 3 Mar, 11:00

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Join Fast Familiar for this online workshop exploring art experiences that facilitate collective decision making, with audiences in digital spaces. How can these spaces be used for shared decision making involving ethical considerations?

The title for these sessions is taken from an artwork, PESTS, by FACT Together artist, Shonagh Short.

Framework For... is made possible by funding from and is part of, a wider research project funded by the European Union, called Artsformation.

Quipo in the Museo Machu Picchu Casa Concha Cusco

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Accounting and Accountability

Online

This session brings together our board’s artist in residence, Jack Tan, FACT board member, Matthew Balnaves and artist, curator and cultural futurist Lauren Craig to consider accounting and accountability.

01 Crean M2 UY Btn Bldg

How Can Artworks Influence Decision Making?

Online

In this conversation and Q&A moderated by Dr Emma Murray, Melanie Crean and Anita Dockley discuss how artworks created in collaboration with participants can influence decision making.

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