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What's Mine is (Y)ours? Exhibition
Posted on: May 12th 2016
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From 6 - 27 June 2016, the What's Mine is (Y)ours processual exhibition will be taking place in the Exhibition Space, Exeter CVS, Wat Tyler House, Exeter, EX4 6PT, open on weekdays from 10am - 4.30pm. 

It's free to visit and there will be many opportunities to make your own contributions to the exhibition in workshops and discussions.
 

The What's Mine is (Y)ours? exhibition is a processual exhibition exploring marginalisation and intangible cultural heritage, created by Samantha Wraith, of Encounter Theatre & Therapy. The exhibition follows an artist's residency in the University of Exeter Law School.  Come along and see how the exhibition evolves and add your own stories and thoughts about intangible cultural heritage at special workshop sessions, to which all are invited. 

As part of this project, the artists will be considering the effects that trauma and challenging circumstances can have on cultural inclusion both in 'real-life' and online.  As a result, some of the content may be sensistive or challenging to view.

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