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This event marks the conclusion of the Narration Group’s first Archive programme, CURRICULUM and celebrates the launch of CURRICULUM FOR COLLECTIVE PRACTICE, a new publication cumulatively co-developed over the course of the programme.
The free publication, printed using the Big Family Press, will draw together transcribed conversations from the six preceding sessions and is accompanied by documentary illustrations by London-based illustrator Olivia Twist.
Olivia Twist is an Illustrator, Arts Facilitator and Lecturer from east London with an MA in Visual Communication from the Royal College of Art. Considering place, the mundane and overlooked narratives, her striking visual language comprises of a myriad of esoteric layers informed by a propensity for human-centred research methodologies.
- Seating is available in the room.
- Ear plugs, ear defenders, magnifying glasses and wheelchairs are all available.
- The room may be busy.
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