The research at Impington College since October 2014, is funded by the Arts Council of England to mark the 75th anniversary of the only British publicly funded building by Walter Gropius, looking back to the impact of rural community of agricultural workers migrating to the area in 1930’s.
The program devised is part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas and includes:
24 October -1 November, 12-4 pm ‘A Modernity which forgets‘, exhibition by Elena Cologni contextualised by theoretician Cristina Bogdan’s specially commissioned virtual tour, open every day
booking is essential for
25 October: 1-3 pm: Art and the rural, workshop led by Rebecca Beinart workshop: art and the rural
29 October: 1-3 pm. Power and Space, workshop led by Elena Cologni workshop: power and space
31 October: 12-5 pm: GROPIUS’ IMPINGTON, power and space, art and the rural, Symposium symposium: power and space, art and the rural