Art and Reconciliation

Nov 29-Dec 1st at Kings College, London

The Symposium is one of a series of taking place alongside our exhibition, Reconciliationswhich runs from 1 November – 1 December 2018  in The Exchange, Bush House, King’s College London and from 1 November-19 January at The Knapp Gallery, Regent’s University.  For other events in the series click here

Art & Reconciliation: Conflict Culture and Community is a major collaborative project between King’s College London, the University of the Arts London and the London School of Economics and Political Science, funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council under its Partnership for Conflict Crime and Security Research Programme and the Global Challenges Research Fund. The project explored the politics of reconciliation across the Western Balkans and beyond from a variety of perspectives, including historical and forgotten instances of reconciliation, mapping reconciliation activities within the Western Balkans, reconciliation and the everyday, large quantitative textual analysis of reconciliation initiatives, and artistic practices linked to peacebuilding and transitional justice.

The full programme is here:

Presentations will take on a variety of forms, from arts practice and contact improvisation workshops, keynotes, panels, artists talks and film screenings. Click here for Registration:

Please sign up for one of the Friday 30 November afternoon parallel sessions here

To attend the Thursday evening keynote ONLY: click here

To attend the Friday performance ‘Attention’ ONLY: click here