Time, Space and Empire

The Public Programme

TIME, SPACE AND EMPIRE

Culture& is excited to launch Time, Space and Empire, a cross-arts programme exploring the concepts of time, space, and the development of Britain’s sea power during the expansion of its former empire in relation to the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site in Southeast London and the Potteries in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Programmes include artist interventions in heritage sites, working with community-led organisations to empower underrepresented audiences, and creating research opportunities for diverse talents. The project will also explore how the colonial economy brought changes to what was consumed and considered to be ‘good taste’.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

LONDON | 16 July – 13 Sept 2024

Layered and Interwoven

Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich 

Exhibition Preview: 6 – 8pm 16 July (Walk-in)

Funmi Lijadu, Black Brit(ish) Locating History (2018)

STOKE-ON-TRENT | 23 Aug – 3 Nov 2024

Jacqueline Bishop: Keeper of All The Secrets

LONG TABLE EVENT
18:00 – 20:00, 23 Aug 2024 (Walk-in)
V&A Wedgwood Collection

 

LONG TABLE EVENT
15:00 – 16:00, 24 Aug 2024 (Walk-in)
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

 

Jacqueline Bishop, Keeper of All The Secrets, 2023, digital print on porcelain, various dimensions, John Polak Photography. Image courtesy the artist and Leslie Ferrin Gallery.Jacqueline Bishop, Keeper of All The Secrets, 2023, digital print on porcelain, John Polak Photography. Image courtesy the artist and Leslie Ferrin Gallery.

 

LONDON | 4 Sept 2024

Time, Space and Monumentality

A one day conference at the University of Greenwich 

Statue of King George II, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. Photo courtesy David Waterworth

LONDON | Date TBC

Performance Lecture: Balfour Reparations (2024-2044)

by Farah Saleh, St Alfege Church

St Alfege Church, Photo courtesy Errol Francis

LONDON | July 2024 onwards

Smartify Guided Walking Tour

Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site