Angry about the injustice you see around you?
Come shake tings up with performance poets, film-makers, musicians & activists on a free 5 day course to creatively express frustrations & concerns about the world you live in.
** LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE (for 16-25 year olds) **
APPLICATIONS OPEN MONDAY 12TH JANUARY
Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
To receive a short application form & for more info, email: [email protected]
Art can be a powerful non-violent force for change.
Each day Shake! creative workshops will provide space to imagine what justice looks like, experiment with new ideas, learn new tools and fire up your imagination.
#StatesOfViolence is exploring:
-State violence and police brutality
-The construction of violence and its impact on our states (physical, mental, spiritual/values)
-Gender based violence, patriarchy & transphobia
-Gentrification as violence
-Resistance: violent & non-violent strategies
-Militarization of everyday life
-Prisons & detention centres
·-Violence through the construction of the Other and violence through continued Other-ing
Over the five days, the course will include:
>> interactive workshops, stimulating dialogue & skill-shares to creatively campaign for change with practising artists/activists/
>> ZENA EDWARDS
>> SAI MURRAY
>> PAULA SERAFINI
>> FARZANA KHAN
>> PLATFORM LONDON
>> ONYSHA D COLLINS
>> USAYD YOUNIS
>> MIKA MINIO-PALUELLO
>> ADAM ELLIOT COOPER tbc
>> MARCINA ARNOLD tbc
(+ more to be announced!)
>> practical hands-on techniques in spoken word, online media, film/video and music technology to develop your ideas around injustice and power.
>> access to a/v equipment, workshop spaces, rehearsal room, and refreshments at the landmark Stephen Lawrence Centre.
>> opportunity to showcase your work and continued involvement in the Shake! network.