The Blackmarket for Knowledge and Non-Knowledge is a performance event in which ‘experts’ from universities, voluntary organisations, the arts and elsewhere share their ideas on a topic with members of the public. Each event focuses on a theme and on 21st October in Hamburg the event was about The Extraordinary Ordinary focusing on disability.
Where better to discuss the meaning(s) of value in arts-based education for disabled children?
Armed with a bit of Purple Patch magic (a voice recording of Sylvia Plath’s poem, a tub of glow in the dark slime and a pot of toilet putty), Katherine travelled to Hamburg to talk about value in arts-based education.
You can read her talk here: blackmarket-hamburg-2016