Postponed: Karaoke Court
16 December 2021, 7:30 pm–10:00 pm
Year 3 Architecture & Interdisciplinary Studies students host a Karaoke Court event creating a platform built on trust, empowerment and fun, promoting community reconciliation in institutional environment.
This event is free.
- UCL staff | UCL students
G.12The Bartlett School of Architecture22 Gordon StreetLondonWC1H 0QB
This event has been postponed.
The Karaoke Court is an event originally conceived and developed by the lawyer and artist Jack Tan. The Karaoke Court builds on song duel practices from indigenous cultures to create a method of dispute resolution that prioritises community and collaboration.
Join the Architecture & Interdisciplinary Studies Year 3 students who have developed a Karaoke Court that will centre on creating a platform built on trust, empowerment and fun, promoting community reconciliation in institutional environment. The concept of the Karaoke Court is uniquely suited to interdisciplinarity, incorporating law and art, which appear from the outside to be unrelated, to create a public engaging event.
This event will be held at 22 Gordon Street.
Image: Coat of Arms, Anya Blanchfield, Year 3 Design and Creative Practice, Architecture & Interdisciplinary Studies