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The Power of Cultural Disruption

23 February – 12 April 2013, Occasional Fridays: 1.15pm-3pm at GSD (Graduate School of Design), 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge (USA) 02138, Room 124

An occasional series of conversations led by Loeb Fellow and creative producer Helen Marriage exploring how cultural events can disrupt daily life and transform our cities.

Helen Marriage is co-director of renowned UK-based creative producers Artichoke and is currently a Loeb Fellow at GSD. Using real examples from the work of arts organisations operating in the public domain including Artichoke itself, Helen will consider how such events come to take place, and the extraordinary impacts that they have on all those involved: artists, audiences, and authorities.

More info from Sally Young, Co-ordinator Loeb Fellowship 617-495-9345 or syoung@gsd.harvard.edu

Speakers

TBC - contact Sally Young for further information.

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