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Symposium: Art and Reconciliation

Strand Campus, London

29 Nov Art & Reconciliation_MainImage Part of Art & Reconciliation

Keynotes: Valentin Inzko, High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Marcus Ferrar, Chair, Dresden Trust

Welcome and opening: Professor ‘Funmi Olonisakin, Vice-Principal (International), King’s College London

Sessions will take place in various locations on the Strand Campus. Please check the draft programme for details.

Please sign up here for one of the practice-based sessions on Friday. 

To mark the end of Art & Reconciliation: Conflict Culture and Community  the project team will be holding a symposium where project participants, artists, practitioners and academics will explore the key themes of the project: What is reconciliation? What practices constitute spaces of reconciliation? What do the arts have to offer in post-conflict settings? How are we to measure the effectiveness of reconciliation interventions?

To capture the eclectic and interdisciplinary nature of the project, the presentations will take on a variety of forms, from arts practice and contact improvisation workshops, keynotes, panels, exhibition walk-throughs, and film screenings. 

Project team: Dr Rachel Kerr, Professor James Gow, (King's) Dr Denisa Kostovicova (LSE), Dr Paul Lowe (UAL)

Art & Reconciliation: Conflict Culture and Community Project

The project has 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.

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