Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) – Think Tank #1: Who’s Afraid of Public Space | Nur Shkembi

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This Think Tank as the first in a series of six public forums that will take place over the next twelve months that will both feed into and highlight the ideas and concerns of ACCA’s forthcoming 2021 research, publication and exhibition project, Who’s Afraid of Public Space? Contributors include members of ACCA’s Who’s Afraid of Public Space? Curatorial Advisory Group Dr Marnie Badham, Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Art, RMIT University; Eugenia Flynn writer, arts worker, community organiser, and PhD Candidate at Queensland University of Technology; Grace McQuilten, Lecturer in Art History and Theory, and Leader of the Contemporary Art and Social Transformation Research Group in the School of Art, RMIT University; Professor Nikos Papastergiadis, School of Culture and Communication; and Director of the Research Unit for Public Culture, University of Melbourne; Nur Shkembi, curator and PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne.

The first Think Tank will be held online via Zoom Webinar on Wednesday 29 April, 3–4pm.