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A series of previously unfinalized works about social and institutional boundaries and thresholds
A conversation about Caribbean documentary poetics, feminism, and collective art practice
A conversation about writing and responsibility
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Learn what Slought means to our publics - their unique experiences complement our institutional voice
Alanna Rebbeck, a local musician and high school senior, recently interned at Slought, with a focus on exhibitions.
Jeannine Cook, the co-Director of Positive Minds, was a youth facilitator active in Mixplace Studio at Slought.
Sue Ann Prince, the founding director of the American Philosophical Society Museum, has supported Slought since its formation.
Engage with social issues and ideas that reflect our organizational values
In these dark times, there is a need for safe spaces and sanctuaries like Slought where people can come together to care for and reflect with one another, privately and publicly. We are committed to constructing this space.
An interview with artist Fazal Sheikh about dispossession and the loss of memory and identity following the the Arab-Israeli War of 1948
Alanna Rebbeck reflects on the invisibility of "slow violence" and how cultural institutions can visualize a new aesthetic of resistance.