Community Care, Collective Care
Sunday 5 November 2017
How can a community of care promote mental health and wellbeing? Join artists Raju Rage and Rudy Loewe in this workshop which applies design practices in grassroots DIT (do it together) political organising, activism and self-publishing, and draws on material from our library archives.
Rudy Loewe is a visual artist using narratives from lived experience to create comics and illustrations, predominantly focusing on the lives of black people.
Raju Rage is an interdisciplinary artist who is proactive about using art, education and activism to forge creative survival.
Collective Creativity is a Queer, Trans* Intersex People of Colour artist collective in London which aims to create radical, grassroots space for QTIPOC to interrogate the politics of art in relation to queer identity, institutional racism and anticolonialism.
Sunday 12 November
Wednesday 8 November
Thursday 9 November