Friday 6 August 2021, 10.30am and 1pm
Friday 13 August 2021, 10.30am and 1pm
Location: Online via Zoom
Featuring: ART WORKS Writer in Residence Connal Lee
Does reading, looking at art, watching movies and engaging with stories make you a more ethically minded person? Are there characters that you would never write about or would struggle to feel empathy for?
ART WORKS 2021 Writer in Residence Connal Lee is seeking interactions from the public around the idea of moral imagination in the creative arts. Join Connal online and undertake an exercise that to build your self-knowledge and generate ideas for your creative practice.
Connal is in the Adelaide City Library every Friday between 10am and 3pm.
ART WORKS is delivered by Guildhouse in partnership with the City of Adelaide.
In addition to completing theses at honours, master’s and doctoral level Connal Lee has published in several journals in the area of pandemic ethics. His most recent publication is in the area of art and health and the role of community gallery spaces as vessels of well-being promotion.
Connal is also a regular writer for The Conversation having written on ethical distribution of vaccines in a pandemic and the potential for an ‘infodemic’ during a pandemic; whereby the public is overloaded by information and misinformation. Connal has presented conference papers on pleasure and health, utopian thinking in political philosophy, and developing moral imagination through narratives. He is currently in the editing phase of completing his first novel, which explores philosophical themes associated with trauma, memory and the duty to rescue.
Images (L-R): ART WORKS Writer in Residence Connal Lee at the Adelaide City Library, 2021. Photograph Sam Roberts.