- Harvest CelebrationHarvest Celebration was a free celebratory afternoon for all ages with food, music and making, to mark the end of the harvest season and final week of the pop-up community garden, A Common Ground. Bringing together local food vendors, musicians and creatives, it focussed on the importance of community and conversation, along with meals made with ingredients grown onsite.
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- Tate Modern: South London ReimaginedAs part of the Tate Moderns bid to celebrate South London’s creative community I was asked to host a workshop. With DIY Space For London, I worked as lead facilitator, creating an interactive space which asked what a utopian South London might look and feel like. We collectively created and mapped out participants ideas on a giant hand crafted map of each borough while engaging participants in conversations around what the existing or imagined landmarks meant to them and their community.
- Late at Tate Britain: Rang BarangaJoin our blue, orange, red and yellow family as we masquerade around Tate Britain to celebrate the start of summer This August Late at Tate Britain takes inspiration from Rang Baranga by Rasheed Araeen. ‘Rang baranga’ is an Urdu term meaning ‘of many colours’ which we’re exploring in different ways with a programme united by the spirit and colour palette of the artwork. LISTEN Hipsters Don’t Dance Clore Lawn, 18.00–22.00 Bubble with us on the lawn to the global sounds of DJ duo Hipsters Don’t
- Connecting Young People and Galleries to Spark ChangeCircuit was a national programme for 15–25 year olds, led by Tate and funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation. From 2013-17, ten galleries worked in partnership with youth organisations, aiming to create opportunities for a more diverse range of young people to engage with art in galleries. Circuit highlighted the importance of the arts and youth sectors working as allies to champion positive change for young people.
- Top 30 events in London & beyond for 2020We've launched an events hub on The Dots, full to the brim with cultural, creative, digital & professional events! Now it’s super easy to access panels, exhibitions and workshops all in one place and it’s a breeze to connect and network with attendees and speakers pre- and post-event. If you’re somebody who’s hungry to learn more, upskill and get networking, we want to make it even easier for you – so we’ve put together this list of 25 brilliant companies to follow to ensure that you get a nifty104
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