To mark the end of this ambitious project, from 29 November – 1 December we will be holding a symposium where project participants, artists, practitioners and academics will explore the key themes of the project: What is reconciliation? What practices constitute spaces of reconciliation? What do the arts have to offer in post-conflict settings? How are we to measure the effectiveness of reconciliation interventions?
To capture the multi-faceted and interdisciplinary nature of the project, the presentations will take on a variety of forms, from arts practice and contact improvisation workshops, keynotes, panels, artists talks and film screenings.
H.E. Dr Valentin Inzko, The High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina
Marcus Ferrar, Vice-Chair and Trustee, The Dresden Trust
Register for the symposium via eventbrite here
Please sign up for one of the Friday 30 November afternoon parallel sessions here
To attend the Thursday evening keynote ONLY, please sign up here
To attend the Friday performance ‘Attention’ ONLY, please sign up here
The Symposium is one of a series of taking place alongside our exhibition, Reconciliations, which runs from 1 November – 1 December 2018 in The Exchange, Bush House, King’s College London and from 1 November-19 January at The Knapp Gallery, Regent’s University. For other events in the series: https://bit.ly/2R9pfPs