Resistance in Residence is an exhibition about community-led struggles for safe, affordable housing in Scotland curated by MScR students of Collections and Curating Practices at the University of Edinburgh in partnership with the University’s Art Collection and the Travelling Gallery. The exhibition features contemporary artworks, archival materials and audience responses by artists Winnie Herbstein, Joey Simons, Keira McLean, and Lucas Priest that explore past, present and future community efforts for fair housing conditions.
Free Admission. All Welcome.
Resistance in Residence at the Travelling Gallery will be visiting St Andrews on Monday 20th February where it will be stationed in the East Sands Leisure Centre carpark, St Mary St, St Andrews KY16 8LH, from 10-4pm.
From 2-3pm on Monday 20th we will also be hosting the Heat + Damp: Housing Struggles in the Franki Raffles Photography Collection in conjunction with the exhibition at the New Park Seminar Room, Martyrs Kirk Research Library, 80 North Street, St Andrews, KY16 9HH. We we walk over to the East Sands Leisure Centre after the talk for anyone who wants to join.
With kind support from the St Andrews Knowledge Engagement and Impact Fund.