Below is a schedule of talks, discussions and actions happening here over the coming days. We have plenty of space here to make things, hold lectures etc, so please feel free to come in and use the space, propose workshops or other ideas

THURSDAY December 1st

2-4pm Postcolonial Policy

5.30pm General Assembly

WEDNESDAY November 30th


TUESDAY November 29th

8.45am  STRIKE 2

11.00am  Brief Morning Meeting

1.00 Discussion about what is happening with porters and cleaners in Goldsmiths

2.00 Session on Workplace Organising

4.00 Education Department Staff, Talk and Workshop on Radical Education


6 – 6.30 Music Improvisation Workshop

7.00 Pre-Picket Pyjama Party, Bands, DJs


Placard Making for Wednesday

Adbusting all day

Tea and Coffee table again

* * * * * * * * *


SATURDAY November 26th

4.oopm Neil, Transpontine. Radial Histories of Southeast London

5.00pm Skype Meeting with Occupy Cambridge

7.00pm – SCREENING: Bablyon, film set in Brixton and Lewisham that follows a sound system crew in the 1980s; showing how the kids deal with everyday life

SUNDAY November 27th


Open Talks and Discussion

2.00-3.00pm Hunter – Discussion On Student Debt

3.00-4.00pm Precarious Workers Brigade: Carrot Work, Free Labour, Art & Neoliberalism

4.00-5.00pm Stephen Morton: ‘Colonial States of Emergency’

7.00-10.00pm FILM SCREENING: ** Double Bill **

The Hornsey Film; about Hornsey Occupation, Columbia Revolts

* BANNER MAKING (all day drop in)

* GOLDSMITHS ADBUSTING! (all day drop in)

* Cakes and coffee all day!

MONDAY November 28th

11.00-12.00pm  Zak Tanamli: ‘Workplace Organising’

2.00-3.00pm     Sara Ahmed: ‘Commodity Racism’

3.00-4.00pm     Dhan Brar: seminars on commodity racism

5.00-7.00pm     Professor Joanna Hodge: ‘Jean Luc Nancy’s Excription: Between Excess and Ecstasy’ Centre for Cultural Studies

*5.30 GENERAL ASSEMBLY* in open space (talks and screenings are in lecture theatre)

7.00-9.00pm    Sophie Fuggle: Screening and Discussion of The Class, 2008 French drama film directed by Laurent Cantet french film about Bégaudeau’s experiences as a teacher in a middle school in the 20th arrondissement of Paris, focussing on his struggles with “problem children” Esmerelda (Esmeralda Ouertani), Khoumba (Rachel Regulier), and Souleymane (Franck Keïta). The film stars Bégaudeau himself in the role of the teacher. The Film won the Palme d’Or at 2008 Cannes Film Festival. 

9.00-11.00pm  Screening: PUMP UP THE VOLUME


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