A collaboration between BxNU and The Spaces of Appearance Research Group, organised by Kay Hepplewhite.
Dr Alison Jeffers, University of Manchester presents her book published by Bloomsbury, Methuen: Culture, Democracy and the Right to Make Art. The British Community Arts Movement, edited by Alison Jeffers and Gerri Moriarty. In uncovering the neglected history of the Community Arts Movement in the 1970s and early 1980s, the book taps into a resurgent interest in questions of cultural democracy and cultural rights. Now freely available through Open Access at here.
Alison Jeffers is a Lecturer in Applied Theatre and Contemporary Performance at the University of Manchester where she has worked since 2009. This talk is organised to coincide with the BxNU Political and Aesthetic History of Community Arts research project.