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Adaptations, Adorno and experimental film workshops

Hello Goslings, Hope the new year is going well for all. We would like to invite creative folk of all ilk who are keen to share or develop their practice to engage with poems from thiscollection.org in any way shape … Continue reading

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15 yr old speaks up

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10.11.10

Very excited to see what NUS has to say. Came across the Melbourne Model which like the Bologna Process seems to be a means to reducing arts and humanities to support more industrial partnerships. Lower the volume when you watch … Continue reading

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Alain Badiou The Event as Creative Novelty

Alain Badiou intrigues in reference to Aristotle’s Metaphysics with propositions to “ease” the concerns some may have on “the brutal use of duality” on being in alternatives/autonomous spaces as contextualised in a larger fight against classical logic. The Q&A is … Continue reading

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Alternative Symposiums

Check in with these guys, QMU and London’s crowd hold full day podcast symposiums, sharing music, debates and posting it immediately on their blogs. Open space could totally do the same. This is the discussion I was telling you about … Continue reading

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Herbert Kohl critiques Radical Alternative Education

Herbert Kohl critiques Radical Alternative Education A little balance to the debates on radical education. Perhaps we’re missing good old sound common sense- managerialism breeds followers and trying to stay human is everyone’s struggle. Until we regain “common sense” we … Continue reading

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Anti Hierarchy Activism

Food for thought from Denis Rancourt, activist teacher based in Ontario, Canada whom I met in Bochum Germany as part of the European Union Education Conference May 2010. Controversial and polemic but a good companion to anyone reading Freire and … Continue reading

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