Monday 19th October 2015, 10.00am - 4.00pm
Following their 'Waste Not...' exhibition, The Lightbox will hold a symposium to examine whether there is a place for the 'Environmental Exhibition' in the gallery space.
Alexandra Johnson, Curator,Science Museum, London
Alexandra will talk about the Science Museum's 'The Rubbish Collection' exhibition, which traved the journey of waster generated by the museum over 30 days.
Paul Smyth, Co-founder, Something & Son
Something & Son is a London based collaborative practice working across art, design and architecture on projects aimed at tackling current social and environmental challenges.
Alison Pattison from Godalming Museum
Alison will talk through the process which led to Godalming Museum's 'Living Landscape Gallery' (see image).
Brendan Carr from Reading Museum
Brendan will talk about Reading Museum's new project 'Where's Reading Heading?', commissioned by 'The Happy Museum'.
You can find our more about the symposium and register here.