Oxytocin: Birthing the World
3 June 2017 | 10am 6pm
Battersea, Gorvy Lecture Theatre
Oxytocin; birthing the world’ follows ‘Gender Generation; The creative process in art & Design’ as the second conference this academic year at the Royal College of Art that places the Maternal at the centre of its research. ‘Oxytocin’ brings together top practitioners in women’s health and wellbeing with artists, theorists and curators with a view to finding collaborative strategies for working together in the future within both fields of art and health. It is part of the School of Fine Art research strand that concerns health and wellbeing. The day is tightly packed with many live performances interspersed with academic presentations and discussion, introduced and chaired by Hermione Wiltshire, Senior tutor in the Photography programme in concert with Dyana Gravina, founder of Procreate and Sarah Dufayard.
For full the full programme of events and to book tickets, please visit www.oxytocinbirthingtheworld.co.uk