Protest is in the air and so are protest memories. The remembering of past protests, living memories of protest, and protest cultures all rely upon creative practice, media production, online communities and cultural institutions such as museums, archives, galleries and universities.
The Protest Memory Network is a collaboration between the University of Warwick, King’s College London, the University of Sussex and the University of Loughborough, bringing together archivists, curators, heritage managers, artists, activists and researchers to explore the preservation of protest memories as civic, cultural and personal resources.
There are ten free places available at this final two day conference. Join us and listen to the latest thinking and conversations concerning how we ensure protests are remembered.
Suitable for 18+
Part of PHM’s year long programme exploring the past, present and future of protest, marking 200 years since the Peterloo Massacre; a major event in Manchester’s history, and a defining moment for Britain’s democracy.