How do we understand, evaluate and share the impact of social justice and activist work in the arts, education, museum, heritage and culture sectors and in community work? What interventions and outcomes are valued by wider structures of power in society, and how do these values shape our work? Who defines success and how can we disrupt these definitions? This free workshop draws on new research at the University of Leicester into museums, social change, and activist practice. It offers a chance for diverse practitioners to come together to learn, share, and think critically together about ways of sharing the impact and value of their work, past, present or future. This workshop is supported by the ESRC Festival of Social Science and the Journey to Justice Leicester programme.
Rattray Lecture Theatre
University of Leicester