Precarity Centre, Workshop with Alternative School of Economics

The Alternative School of Economics is the collaborative name for artists Ruth Beale and Amy Feneck. The ASE uses the practice of self­ education to study economics, creating a framework for investigating political, social and cultural issues. Currently working in Newham, East London, the ASE are developing a number of projects in Manor Park and setting up a new educational and community space Rabbits Road Institute in a former Carnegie Public Library (http://oldmanorparklibrary.org/rri/)

For ‘Precarity Centre’, the ASE hosted workshop that will began with an open discussion about the areas of study participants are interested in, gathering and facilitating an exchange of knowledge within the group. The second half of the workshop focused on the relationship between class and economic inequality, specifically looking at the definition and understanding of the ‘precariat class’.

www.alternativeschoolofeconomics.org

The Alternative School of Economics is the collaborative name for artists Ruth Beale and Amy Feneck. The ASE uses the practice of self­ education to study economics, creating a framework for investigating political, social and cultural issues. Currently working in Newham, East London, the ASE are developing a number of projects in Manor Park and setting up a new educational and community space Rabbits Road Institute in a former Carnegie Public Library (http://oldmanorparklibrary.org/rri/)

For ‘Precarity Centre’, the ASE hosted workshop that will began with an open discussion about the areas of study participants are interested in, gathering and facilitating an exchange of knowledge within the group. The second half of the workshop focused on the relationship between class and economic inequality, specifically looking at the definition and understanding of the ‘precariat class’.

www.alternativeschoolofeconomics.org

Precarity Centre, Workshop with Alternative School of Economics
Precarity Centre, Workshop with Alternative School of Economics