We want to hear about your experiences of working conditions in culture and/or the arts
For the past few months we have been exploring our own conditions and
experiences of working within culture and/or the arts, and are interested to hear from others:
- What are your experiences of culture as labour?
- How, where and when is what you do work or not/work?
- How are these marked by precarity and insecurity?
We are seeking examples of peoples’ experience of any of the above in culture and/or the arts to inform a public workshop in Transmission on 9th March 2013.
Examples will be available online and, to ensure confidentiality, people are asked to use pseudonyms where appropriate so that individuals cannot be identified. To safeguard confidentiality administrators may amend blog posts.
The examples would also, along with our own, inform a discussion among workshop participants. For this they may be shortened.
Examples can be submitted anonymously using the form below: if you would like us to be able to contact you please include your email address, or put contact details in the message (these will not be made public).
You can also email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please let us know if you are willing to have your experience published online. If you choose not to have it published online your experience would then be included as workshop material. All names and contact details will be removed to keep them anonymous for both online and workshop use.
This public workshop is organised by people involved in Co-research: subjectivities and conditions of culture as labour, an on-going research enquiry held in Transmission since October 2012. The Co-research is part of knowledge is never neutral, a series of projects organised by The Strickland Distribution (September 2012 – June 2013) within and outside the gallery space.
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