Evening Class is an experiment in self-organised education that has been active since January 2016. It's a space where we can cultivate common interests, develop research and collectively decide the class’s programme. Our programme takes the form of public workshops, talks and debates, reading groups, radio broadcasting, performances, walks, and publishing.
We currently operate through different working groups that feed their research back into the collective. These working groups explore a range of themes, like unionising design practices, post-capitalist desire and the commons. Through these groups we work on developing a curriculum of both theory and practice, often working in collaboration with other like-minded organisations and individuals.
The group currently consists of around 14 participants from different educational and cultural backgrounds, who form an active collaboration.
Evening Class meets every second Sunday at May Day Rooms, with occasional meetings in other locations.
Evening Class is a self-funded, not-for-profit group. The expenses are decided collectively and fluctuate in accordance with the group’s needs. At the moment they amount to £10 a month each, which goes towards funding our educational programme and paying for contributors and speakers. Support us by donating here.