Tag: social change

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Protected: The Post-Racist Planet

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Watch the Cre8 48 “Arts for Social Change” Panel

See the panel discussion here! I’m speaking alongside some pretty heavy-weight social change creatives from across the globe.

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Talking Arts for Social Change

I’m joining a panel of amazing creatives to talk Arts for Social Change LIVE on “For Common Good, The Podcast”

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Why am I writing a paper on Social Change Curation?

As I changed direction since I started this “Let’s write a paper” journey, I have to do this ‘Why’ process again. It’s the thing that will keep me on track when my eyes see something interesting and my curiosity sends me careening off course to investigate! So let’s do it.

A philosophy angle?

I’ve sort of signed up to be part of a philosophy discussion group even though I am in no way a philosopher. It started when I attended an interesting presentation and discussion at UCL earlier this year.

Download The Social Change Curators’ Manifesto!

The content was complete in 2019 but this colourful beauty was only finished this month!

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Race Blog 3 – The Room of Silence

Reflections after watching the video The Room of Silence.

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Hooks, Vilhauer, Essentialism, Experience & Play

I’ve been devouring Teaching to Transgress via audiobook then flitting to my hardcopy to apply post-it notes to the areas that interest me so much that not even an audio bookmark feels like enough.