Creative Arts

Staff research

Re-imagining Citizenship

Re-imagining Citizenship is an ongoing interdisciplinary project, a collaboration of the Politicized Practice, Anarchism and Theatre Activism Research Groups. With support from the Institute of Advanced Studies and the Enterprise Project Group, the project has produced a series of exhibitions and events, a risographed print-run of an interactive publication, the Re-imagining Citizenship Activity Book, and an online Living Archive, featured at the Venice Biennale in 2019 with accompanying workshops. See www.pparg.net

 

Re-imagining Citizenship

Art, Activism and Political Violence

This project is a collaboration between the Anarchism Research Group and the Politicised Practice Research Group designed to build new relationships between artists and political theorists and to explore questions of political violence and art activism.

Art, Activism and Political Violence

RadicalAesthetics-RadicalArt

The RaRa project was initiated in 2009 and has produced a book series and a number of symposia exploring the intersection of contemporary art practice, philosophical ideas and interpretations of radicality to promote debate, confront convention and formulate alternative ways of thinking about art practice. 

RadicalAesthetics-RadicalArt

Critical Citizenship, Activism and Art

The Politicized Practice Research Group and the Anarchism Research Group are joining forces with a broader range of Loughborough researchers to convene a series of events on Critical Citizenship, Activism and Art.

Critical Citizenship, Activism and Art