Sussex Festival of Ideas and Photoworks are working collaboratively on a three-stage participatory art project about the future of the UK cultural sector.
Five prominent Sussex University alumni working in the cultural sector have contributed a question about what the UK’s cultural organisations could or should be doing in the months and years ahead.
The questions will be put to the public via the Sussex Festival of Ideas and Photoworks websites and on social media, as a catalyst for prompting image image- and text-based responses.
The responses will provide the basis for a newly commissioned artwork, produced by Brighton-based collective UnderExposed.
Full details of the project will be announced during a Sussex Festival of Ideas panel discussion exploring the Cultural Sector After Covid at 13.00 on Thursday 10 June.
The five Sussex alumni who have kindly contributed questions are: Turner Prize-winning artist Helen Cammock, award-winning actor Bertie Carvel, Art Fund’s Sarah Philp, DACS Chief Executive Gilane Tawadros and Tate’s Dr Cara Courage.