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November 2020

Weather the Weather

November 12 - November 15
Online: Science Gallery London, Great Maze Pond
London, London SE1 9GU United Kingdom

This is an online event. ‘Weather the Weather’ is a sensory artwork recreating weather conditions of past and future years but of the same day. This four day journey begins with 1816 which was the year without summer and then 1904 when the link between fossil fuels and climate change was first made. From there the installation visits 1990, when worldwide targets for climate were set, and finally ends with the speculative future weather scenarios of 2080. The different years…

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Fixing It: Repair as Resistance

November 14 - November 22
310 New Cross Road, 310 New Cross Road
London, United Kingdom
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Activities will be taking place both in person (socially distanced) and online. Learn new repair skills, share advice and reflect on some big questions. Open to all, 'Fixing It' is a week of events encouraging contemplation around what mending means. Is repair an act of resistance in an unsustainable world? Does it matter if the cracks show? Can everything be mended? From tutorials on how to repair household items to conversation circles discussing the best ways to fix community issues,…

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Making a Home Away From Home

November 14, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Museum of English Rural Life, MERL, University of Reading, Redlands Road
Reading, Berkshire, Southern England RG1 5EX United Kingdom
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This is a socially distanced in-person event. Come along and explore a replicated United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) tent decorated by a Syrian refugee and discover more about the interior and exterior space. Last year, the UN Refugee Agency revealed that the number of people fleeing violence was the highest recorded since the Second World War. While the need for temporary shelter has never been greater, many refugees find that these settlements are more permanent than originally intended.…

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Fixing It: The Beauty of Broke

November 15, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
310 New Cross Road, 310 New Cross Road
London, United Kingdom
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This is a socially distanced in-person event. How can brokenness make us reflect on what is beautiful? Bring along something broken and celebrate your objects beyond repair by thinking of creative ways to display them, discussing and remembering their usefulness and place in your life, and writing short poems to celebrate both their beauty and their brokenness. All of this will form part of an ongoing installation in the window of 310 New Cross Road. Sue Mayo is an artist…

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Fixing It: Drop off your Broken Items

November 18, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
310 New Cross Road, 310 New Cross Road
London, United Kingdom
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This is a socially distanced in-person event. Something beyond repair cluttering up the house? Can't bring yourself to see it thrown away? Here's the answer! Drop off your items, broken beyond repair, at the shop and contribute to an evolving installation in the shop window. Write your memory of the object on a tag, attach it, and next time you see your cracked teapot or broken lamp it will have become part of the window display celebrating brokenness and the…

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Fixing It: Drop off your Broken Items

November 19, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
310 New Cross Road, 310 New Cross Road
London, United Kingdom
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This is a socially distanced in-person event. Something beyond repair cluttering up the house? Can't bring yourself to see it thrown away? Here's the answer! Drop off your items, broken beyond repair, at the shop and contribute to an evolving installation in the shop window. Write your memory of the object on a tag, attach it, and next time you see your cracked teapot or broken lamp it will have become part of the window display celebrating brokenness and the…

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Coxside Smoke Signal

November 21
The beach and slipway at Teats Hill, Beachfront, Teats Hill
Plymouth, Devon PL4 0LX United Kingdom
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Activities will be taking place both in-person (socially distanced) and at home. Artists Crab & Bee are creating work packs for delivery to community group ‘bubbles’ and to homes in the Coxside neighbourhood of Plymouth, with the help of community engagement specialists Take A Part. The packs will include materials for participants to write messages about their hopes for themselves and the local area (particularly in relation to the Covid pandemic) and turn them into paper boats for sending to…

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Fixing It: The Beauty of Broke

November 21, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
310 New Cross Road, 310 New Cross Road
London, United Kingdom
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This is a socially distanced in-person event. How can brokenness make us reflect on what is beautiful? Bring along something broken and celebrate your objects beyond repair by thinking of creative ways to display them, discussing and remembering their usefulness and place in your life, and writing short poems to celebrate both their beauty and their brokenness. All of this will form part of an ongoing installation in the window of 310 New Cross Road. Sue Mayo is an artist…

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