We’re currently considering the organisation of the conference and how it must embody the spirit of collaboration – beyond the papers and presentations. Ideas we are exploring include: collaborative satellite exhibitions, group competitions and speed-networking, as well as allowing space and time for plenty of discussion. If you would like to contribute ideas, please leave a comment or contact: email@example.com
We have decided to extend the deadline for abstracts until Monday 24th January at 9am. The pairings team will peer review submissions that week. Decisions will be made at the beginning of February and we will endeavour to contact people before the 11th February.
The Pairings exhibition is on its way to Cumbria now, where it will take residence at the Howgill Gallery at Farfield Mill, Garsdale Road, Sedbergh. The private view is on Friday 4th February (6-8 pm) and it will then run till Sunday 3rd April.
The Pairings Catalogue is ready to order from blurb. This gives an insight into both the individual practice of participants and what happened once people started working together.
For a preview and to order visit http://www.blurb.com/books/1835008
After closing at Manchester Metropolitan University Special Collections Gallery, the Pairings Exhibition has now moved on to the Otter Gallery at the University of Chichester (www.chi.ac.uk/ottergallery).
otter pairings invite
Opening times: until December 17th – Monday -Thursday 9am-9pm; Friday – Sunday 10am- 5pm; from December 17th – January 17th – Monday – Friday 9am-5pm; Saturday 10am-1pm (closed December 25th – January 4th)
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