MA Art in Public

MA Art in Public and the Anarchist Plot

The MA Art in Public students will take part in Fix 09 centring their activities in and around the Eglantine Community Garden (aka the Anarchist Plot). Current students Bernadine Carrol, Sinead Conlon, Celia Spouncer and Jan Uprichard will be joined by the new incoming cohort to develop and present individual, collaborative, interventionist, site responsive and participatory works in relation to this area and its’ publics.

These activities will take place on 1st – 2nd October, in the Eglantine Community Garden in South Belfast.

Map of the Eglantine Community Garden;
Anarchist Plot

MA Art in Public. University of Ulster.

The MA Art in Public course has evolved from current complex concerns for the role of art / artists in a changing society. It is based in Belfast (York St. Campus), where engaged art practices have been developed in various “contested spaces” for many years. The programme seeks to develop testing modes of working that are dialogic, participatory, interventionist or collaborative in intention and structure. Throughout the programme students will work with formal / informal external partners and be expected to develop self initiated, innovative practice based approaches.


Alan Bulfin (ROI), Anthony Champa (USA), Jennifer Caffery (ROI), Catriona Ryan (ROI), Alice Dixon (ROI), Jan Uprichards (NI), Celia Spouncer (NI), Bernadine Carrol (ROI), Sinead Conlon (ROI)


One Response to “MA Art in Public”

  1. I think the events will happen between 2pm and 6pm each day.

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