- 2pm at Tavistock Sq today for the march! Bring sleeping bag. Big things are happening! 6 years ago
- We are off to Paris for the edufactory. Hello 8 hours coach journey. Hello cross european solidarity! 6 years ago
- SOLIDARITY to Glasgow University who went into occupation 2 hrs ago! 6 years ago
- British museum teach-in 6 years ago
- The Slade Bureau of Information is about to begin! 6 years ago
- Jan Toporowski will talk TODAY at 5pm in the Slade Lecture Theatre 6 years ago
- Jan Toporowski will be discussing 'The University as a Hedge Fund' at 5pm, this Friday - Slade Lecture Room 6 years ago
- Slade Residency Bureau of Information starts this Friday - 28th Jan 6 years ago
- Slade Occupation mentioned: http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2011/jan/12/art-attacks-threat-to-society 6 years ago
- @michaelduffy1 thank you! 7 years ago
Category Archives: Statement
Here’s some excerpts of a text that some of has have been reading here at Slade. For anyone interested, there will be a chance to discuss it at the “Surplus to requirements?” exhibition-symposium at Woburn Square on wednesday. The extract … Continue reading
OK IMAGINE THIS: The whole of Culture is an Empire. The Empire’s collective consciousness understands and accepts things as having the function of Art. A painting, or a bronze sculpture for example are long accepted and understood as Art. An … Continue reading
Thursday, 13 January 2011 18:00 Following The Baader Meinhof Complex screening on Tuesday 11th January (http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=184334941579103), New Gallery London will host a night of talks, discussions and debates surrounding the current student protests – in particular looking at the recent … Continue reading
We will issue a full statement on Monday. This is not over.
Sharon Morris shared a selection of poetry for students and tutors to read in an open-mic poetry read-in, sit-in at the Slade today. “A person can only be born in one place…However, he may die several times elsewhere: in the … Continue reading
We support the promotion of intellectual values and not monetary values.
Teach in at the Tate Britain galleries in solidarity with existing occupations. The fight for the preservation of the arts and humanities should be fully supported by those artists who have enjoyed the successes of a government funded arts education.