Public Art Thinking
Symposium organised by Eastside Projects, the Big Art Project, Art & the Public Sphere
lecture at Lucerne school of art and design
poster designed by Europa
28/09 - 31/10/2017
The politics of friendship
group show at Kunstverein Leipzig
20 - 21/08/2017
Artist Rosalie Schweiker invites you to do a night shift.
Starting at 9pm on Sunday 20th August, we will spend the night at Rabbits Road Press, printing, making, reading (and maybe occasionally napping)
At 6am we have a strong coffee and show each other what we’ve made.
Free, book here
14 - 16/07/2017
Teaching for people who prefer not to teach
new manual with old ideas edited together with Mirjam Bayerdoerfer, designed by Margherita Huntley, published by AND
22 - 23/07/2017
How does this country work?
A weekend for people who want to get involved in UK politics, at Resort Studio Margate, as part of Soft Borders
On Saturday, journalist Hettie O'Brien and artist Rosalie Schweiker will lead a workshop on UK politics: the basics. Book your free ticket here
On Sunday morning, Keep It Complex is hosting one of their Digesting Politics brunches, book here
On Sunday afternoon you can join Sarah Jury and Rosalie Schweiker for a game of Prime Ministers Question Time, book here
UU Big Bra OO Exchange
I have lots of bras which no longer fit me or never fitted me properly.
If you also find it difficult to find a comfortable bra, this evening is for you. I'll make some food and we can talk about bras, try on lots of different ones, swap bras and go bra-less.
part of Antiuniversity Now
Book free tickets here
Women's Audio Archive
at Whitechapel Gallery
Between 1985 and 1990, London based artist Marysia Lewandowska recorded over 200 hours of audio with artists and academics, ranging from private conversations to public events. The Women’s Audio Archive began life as a fictional institute, invented as a way of approaching key female figures in the arts, becoming a valuable reflection of their politics and ethics.
Revisiting the interview as a methodology, for this event, Lewandowska is in conversation with artist Rosalie Schweiker concerned with feminist art practices across generations.
You can now order the 2016 work annual. It's wipeable.
Teaching for people who prefer not to teach
talk with Margherita Huntley
at Mayday Rooms, part of AltMFA futures programme
Book free tickets here
20/05 - 21/07/2017
Production Show: Artists House
at Eastside Projects
triage 2017 seminar
lecture and panel debate with Lívia Páldi, Rosalie Schweiker and Per Johansson at Landmark, Bergen Kunsthall
Read and debate newspapers with me at the New Material exhibition
Art is not a commodity
symposium at ICA with Dave Beech, Jason Bowman, Marsha Bradfield, Kim Charnley, Gail Day, Mel Evans, Ben Fitton, Julie McCalden, Andrea Phillips, Marina Vishmidt, Josefine Wikström and Mick Wilson
I wanted to present £180:3 = £60 with Kerri Jefferis and Sophie Chapman, but couldn't. Read the speech I gave instead here
Unite Against Dividers
arts activation weekend, organised with Keep It Complex - Make It Clear
with contributions from Miguel Amado, Artists’ Union England, Edwina Bruford, Black Blossoms, Cinenova, Company Drinks, Counterpoints Arts, Collective Creativity, EUROPA, Dr. Charlotte Fereday, Laura Gordon, Rose Gibbs, Emily Hesse, Jonathan Hoskins, Fozia Ismail, Sophie Chapman & Kerri Jefferis, Alexandra Kokoli, Shiv Malik, Anna McCarthy, Make Votes Matter, Migrant Voice, Migrant Species, More United, Jenny Moore, Hettie O’Brien, 1 Day Without Us, Tobi Oredein, Portable Print Studio, Anne Robinson, Alicja Rogalska, Ines Neto Dos Santos, The Walking Reading Group, They Are Here (Harun Morrison & Helen Walker), Georgia Twigg, Julie Ward MEP, Susannah Worth
Join us: www.makeitclear.eu
1/10 - 10/12/2016
at Eastside Projects, curated by Gavin Wade and Ruth Claxton
Education - finding an alternative
Discussion with Sarah-Joy Ford (representing School of the Damned), Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau (The Bad Vibes Club) and Marie Toseland (Open School East) and Rosalie Schweiker (Chair). Part of Art Licks weekend, book here
Britain Is Not An Island
a lo-fi, high-impact, artist-led campaign for a REMAIN vote in the EU referendum, organised together with Kathrin Böhm. Posters are a collaboration with Mia Frostner and Margherita Huntley
You can download our posters & upload your own here: www.eu-uk.info
10/06 - 10/07/2016
at transactions, a Manifesta 11 Parallel event. Collaboration with Jo Waterhouse
Tarot readers: Mirjam Bayerdörfer, San Keller, Margit Säde, Manuela Schwarz, Lian Staehelin, Rosalie Schweiker, Désirée Wiesendanger, Cristina Witzig and others
19/03 - 09/04/2016
Catherine Biocca, Cornelia Baltes, Rosalie Schweiker
curated by Louise Hobson, Mission Gallery, Swansea
Rosalie Schweiker buys a fridge magnet wherever she goes for work. At Mission Gallery, Rosalie presents the migrant worker's fridge magnet collection; displaying her collection for the first time in public, on a fridge stocked with local drinks. If you buy the artist a drink at the public preview, she'll tell you the story behind a magnet. After the opening weekend, the fridge will stay on and serve the exhibition as a bar. More
CND banner making workshop
Grand Union Birmingham
as part of Precarity Centre by They Are Here
with Margherita Huntley
30/1 - 10/4/2016
Turning the Bielefelder Kunstverein into a showroom for DD+ bras.
Curated by Juliane Schickedanz. With Jo Waterhouse, Jenny Moore, the bra research group & more.
16 - 18/10/2015 and 14/11/2015
Future Libraries Festival
at Flitwick and Biggleswade library, with comedy by Simon Munnery, Flitwick Joke Book, language cafe, cocktail caravan, musical bingo, skate films, community competition and much more
Get the full schedule
Collaboration with Ania Bas, David Littler and Bedfordshire Libraries
Opportunity Makers, Opportunity Takers
at the Women's Art Library, organised by Kerri Jefferis and Sophie Chapman
See the presentation
6/11 - 19/12/2015
at EFA project space, NY
curated by Kari Cwynar and Kendra Sullivan
Collaboration with Rudy Loewe
6/8 - 13/9/2015
Some ideas for a new art institution
at Spacex, Exeter
Artist Rosalie Schweiker will work with Spacex to imagine a future art institution. During the project, the artist will bring to life her manifesto Some ideas for a new art institution. This will include re-thinking the way the building is used. In line with her manifesto ‘form follows budget’ so spaces that previously operated as galleries will become living quarters, shared workspaces and places for debate. More
Tell me what you think about my work and I'll pay you £30
Artist Rosalie Schweiker is inviting you to give her thirty minutes of mentoring on 23rd May 2015 at Toynbee studios, E1 6AB London. You'll be sent a portfolio and paid a £30 cash fee for your mentoring.
To book a session or for more information, please email Rosalie.Schweiker[at]gmail.com