24hrs ON EARTH

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24hrs ON EARTH

‘Learning to learn about racial, social and environmental (in)justice’

For UAL’s Research Season 2022 Earth and Equity: integrating environmental and racial justice https://bit.ly/3ukGBxX

The Experimental Pedagogies Research Group (EPRG) invites participants to an open-access 24 hour long continuous live session. Every sixty minutes of the 24 hours will be co-curated by two or more members of the EPRG and its global affiliates, spanning continents, time zones and approaches to learning.

We aim to challenge existing assumptions about ways of addressing pedagogic concerns, and the multiple ways in which we as world citizens might explore questions of learning (on/from/with/about/around) earth – learning to learn about racial, social and environmental (in)justice, and how we know that we have learned.

The EPRG is interested in creating new pedagogies and ways of working, drawing on collective practices, in the spirit of being non-hierarchical, inherently diverse and excited about experimentation.

We will start the 24hrs on Tuesday 29th March at 12.00 UTC+1 and finish on Wednesday 30th March at 12.00 UTC+1.

In the UK the clocks go forward 1 hour at 1 am on Sunday 27th March 2022. This is called British Summer Time (BST).

Our World Map Padlet: Tell us where you are coming from? https://bit.ly/36um9m9

Please be aware that all sessions will be recorded and be used for future events and for people who cannot attend.

EPRG sessions are intended to be welcoming, accessible and inclusive to all. Although this event is deliberately experimental, transcripts should be available on many of the platforms; and recordings will be available to view afterwards. We aim to care for one another and our environment(s), and to be compassionate in all our responses.

24hrs ON EARTH with the EPRG is a practice of hospitality, hosting many different viewpoints. Views expressed are those of individuals involved, and take ethical responsibility.

Time zone Converter: https://bit.ly/356TzqA

Please follow the links below to find where the sessions will be hosted.

24hrs ON EARTH – PLAYLIST

When
UTC+1
Who
Hosts
What
About
Where
Link to each hour’s event.
12.00
BST
Members
of
the
EPRG



Time Zone Protocols: 1
The 24hrs ON EARTH event – what we hope …
& Playlist / Platforms explanation
& Recordings – rationale
& Being in these spaces – thoughts
& ? …
Global

MS Teams Link:
https://bit.ly/3CSiESI

13.00
BST
Lynda
Beckett
+
Ana

Vicente
Richards
(k)not crochet
Bring some thread, old clothes, towels, fabric, used plastic bags and/or any other flexible material you have available…. and a hook or a stick or a wooden spoon (and you can also just use your hands)….to make an improvised crochet piece while we hook up together to discuss any EARTH issues on our minds. No previous experience or knowledge of crochet is necessary as we will be making up our own crochet techniques as we converse.
Yorkshire London

MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI

14.00
BST
The Conversation
(a group of Research students from UAL and beyond, who meet sporadically to discuss our experiences of being engaged in research and the Earth)
Fermenting Feminisms for Mother-ness Earth
The Conversation is in progress and we would be pleased if you could come and engage with it for a while, vocally, silently or textually. We will be using Lauren Fournier’s paper on ‘Fermenting Feminism’ https://bit.ly/3J1X5QV
a pivot piece, though discussion tends to bubble and fizz along various lines of enquiry…
Global

Recording of the Conversation:
https://bit.ly/3IZUirl

Zoom Link
https://bit.ly/3tJGfBV

Meeting ID: 954 5575 4062
Passcode: 606499
Time: Mar 29, 2022 02:00 PM London



15.00
BST
Andrea
Luka
Zimmerman
Art Class
Art Class is a filmed performance lecture by Andrea Luka Zimmerman playing on, and exploring, the perennial tension between the two key words in its title, testing the limits of access that working-class artists have to cultural production and to the relevant institutions circulating these outcomes. Alternately playful and provocative, serious and satirical, Art Class favors wit over weaponizing and reflection over rhetoric but does not pull its punches when it comes to the real obstructions to working class creative progress, or to the strategies necessary to overcome such outmoded hindrances.
Online Video Streaming

Introduced by
Mark Ingham

To watch live join Zoom Meeting
https://bit.ly/3IRD8vY
Meeting ID:
561 364 3161
Passcode: PzRJ2A

YouTube Link to Trailer
https://bit.ly/3thTuJO

16.00
BST
Claudette
Davis-Bonnick
+
Louise
Rouse
+
Crona Connolly
+
Laura Salisbury
Contour designer student with vision impairment demonstrating how to draft a bikini.
+
subsequent iterations (including screen printing), followed by a conversation on the sensory issues encountered during our practices of teaching and the effects it might have on the curriculum.
UK
Japan
Ireland
London

Link to Video
SEEING | IS BELIEVING
https://bit.ly/3Lo8SL8

Time: Mar 29, 2022
04:00 PM London
Join Zoom Meeting
https://bit.ly/3JMXrvY
Passcode: 864955
17.00
BST
John
O’Reilly
+
Lonny
Avi
Brooks
Pedagogies of Chronopolitics.
In some future you and we are imagining, Lonny Avi Brooks, Professor of Strategic Communication at California State University, East Bay, discusses the creative, ethical and social pedagogy of his futures work in papers such as ‘Diverse Alternative Learning Visions 2026–2066: Transforming and Reframing the University as a Lifelong Social Design Lab” (2019, with Ian Pollock). We will imagine with Lonny, different futures beyond the cruelty of ‘the white imagination’, imagining Superpedagogies of Superstruction and Superposition. See you in The Then.
UK USA

Recording of the Pedagogies of Chronopolitics session
https://bit.ly/376aCtg

Zoom Link
https://bit.ly/3qIWQE9

Meeting ID:
843 0710 4376
Passcode: 927343
18.00
BST
Jenny
Maxwell
Going Wonderground:
An hour of wonder on the Underground
UK
MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
19.00
BST
Santanu VasantPower Hour Of Writing creatively together on a story.
The audience writes a collective short story.
UK
MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
20.00
BST
Sicgmone
Kludje
Knitting.
How the creative practice of knit can be used to create community.
A short reading from the book conscious crafts knitting by Black Girl Knit Club


Global
MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
21.00
BST
Jheni
Arboine
+
Barbara Beckles
is the Secretary of the South London Seed Society.
[A new informal community group]
‘The semiotics of micro-botanical gardening.’
This session is interactive. Please bring the following;
Spring onions,
lemons/limes,
tomatoes,
carrots, moss,
pak choi/celery,
recycled plastic containers, /glass jars,
kitchen paper towels and newspapers.
Water, memories and critical conversations that signify cultivating and growing hope.
UK London


MS Teams Link:
https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
22.00
BST
Stacey
Leigh
Ross
+
Noemi

Sadowska
+
Kevon
Foderingham +
Crystal
Zhang
Awakenings:
How we learn to care and if learning and teaching can save the world and to borrow from Layla Saad’s (2020) work The Post-Racist Planet what will make us ‘good ancestors’?
In response, they will reflect on their learning concerning eco-social justice and share their latest insights and approaches to educating for social and environmental sustainability from three different time zones. They will bring the session to a close, by imagining and reflecting on what the future for higher education could look like.
Trinidad & Tobago
China
UK


Recording of the session:
https://bit.ly/37cPLVc

Zoom Link:
https://bit.ly/36sYyC3

23.00
BST
Elena
Arzani
+
Marco
De
Biasi
+
Gabriele Marangoni
+
Daniela Slezàkovà
Musicodiscussionismo…
Starting with a Musicodissusionismo Talk on the relevance of Music as a universal language capable of overcoming cross-cultural boundaries and uniting people empathically with love.
Then a reflection on the vocabulary of music, we expand on the meaning of empathy as applied in the music production and disciple and the opportunity of embracing the value of music culture in Academic Institutions

Global
YouTube Link:
https://bit.ly/3qKb3At


MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
24.00
BST
The Whole WorldWhat can you hear and see and feel and taste and touch outside your
window now?


Turn your laptop/phone camera to the world outside and leave running for an hour. Sounds and Camera ON. Stream through our Teams link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI

Global

MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
&
24hrs ON EARTH
World Map Padlet:
Tell us where you are coming from?
https://bit.ly/36um9m9

or Listen to: ‘The Whole World’ by OUTCAST
https://bit.ly/36RM0EN
01.00
BST
Jonathan
Jewell
How to fall asleep when you can’t.

[it’s about social and psychological conflict, a narrative text-ile]
UK

MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
02.00
BST
Jheni
Arboine
+
Inehj
En’Iobra
The Pedagogy of watercolour and decolonised research.

A free flowing conversation about watercolour. What we learn from the practice. Where the medium becomes the pedagogue. Where conversation and dialogue become the research method and decolonised through storytelling.
MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
03.00
BST
Audiences become
the
hosts.


Open
Session:
Contemplation and meditation
on “Learning to learn about racial, social and environmental (in)justice.”

Whoever is in the room can discuss this idea and if you wish use the World Map Padlet to tell us where you are coming from. https://bit.ly/36um9m9
Tell us where you are coming from?
https://bit.ly/36um9m9


MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
24hrs ON EARTH
World Map Padlet:
04.00
BST
Jonathan
Kearney
+
Collaborators from many locations

A curated discussion across vast timezones exploring experimental differences in pedagogy and environmental impact of online tools. A conversation between 6 artist teachers across many different time zones – in California, USA; rural south Peru; Liverpool, UK; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Beijing, China.California Peru Saudi Arabia Vietnam. China Australia UK

Recording of the event:
https://bit.ly/3IVy0qJ

Join Zoom Meeting
https://bit.ly/3thUrBS
Meeting ID: 813 1923 5019
Passcode: 245045
05.00
BST
Jonathan
Wright
Dawn Chorus
In this hour we’ll be exploring the role of dreamlike states, cinema and what we can learn about ourselves in these liminal spaces.
Global
MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
06.00
BST
Mark Peter Wright
+
Student
Voices
Scores for Earthly Listening.
x 12 invitations for listening-with humans and environments

Global

MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI
07.00
BST

Audiences become
the
hosts.
Open
Session
: Contemplation and meditation
on “Learning to learn about racial, social and environmental (in)justice.”

Whoever is in the room can discuss this idea and if you wish use the World Map Padlet to tell us where you are coming from. https://bit.ly/36um9m9
Global

MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI

24hrs ON EARTH
World Map Padlet:
Tell us where you are coming from?
https://bit.ly/35YTJRr
08.00
BST
Mel
Davies
+
Lucy
Dukes
Mossy Entanglements:
This session is intended to be an unstructured discussion that responds to ideas introduced on MA Art and Science (CSM). The session aims to explore how artists, thinkers and activists have used the rhizoid qualities of moss as a ‘thinking tool’ in the consideration of Earth and equity.
UK

Blackboard Collaborate
Link:
https://bit.ly/35c6do8
09.00
BST
Cròna
Connolly



Pre-recording of a class trip to An Grianàn, an Aileach heritage site and Wild Ireland animal sanctuary for drawing sessions.
Ireland

Recording of the session:
https://bit.ly/3uPwEsH

Link: UAL EPRG is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Join here:
https://bit.ly/36lbERX
Topic: An Grianan an Aileach
Time: Mar 30, 2022
09:00 AM London BST
Meeting ID: 981 5355 7831
Passcode: 238924
10.00
BST
Stacey
Leigh
Ross
+
James

Hackett
of The Lush Kingdom and University of Trinidad & Tobago
Talk & Draw
Drawing the feelings that come up as we discuss our experiences learning about racial, social and environmental justice. We’ll be using a shared board where viewers can see the artwork unfold.
UK Trinidad & Tobago

Recording of the Talk & Draw session: https://bit.ly/3K0O6AR

Zoom Link:
https://bit.ly/35ZAjfe
Meeting ID: 919 9664 8681
Passcode: TandTUK
11.00
BST
All Members
of
the EPRG
Time Zone Protocols: 2
What Just Happened?
Global
MS Teams Link: https://bit.ly/3CSiESI

12.00
BST
Mark InghamFeeling Good.
And 14 other of the greatest songs sung by the fabulous Nina Simone. For your delight!
Online Video Streaming

YouTube link:
https://bit.ly/3DeKZTh
24hrs ON EARTH – PLAYLIST

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