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Monthly Archives: July 2014
Here’s ’84-’85 Miners’ Strike Project, a video by Sean Yongxiang Li which re-imagines the community events organised in support of striking miners. Our regular collaborators The Black Smock Band appear as the in-house band. It’s a great piece; both thoughtful more »
We’re still working on it and there are a few more bits to add, but we think it’s close enough now to go public. If, however, you want the old website it’s here. If you spot any problems with this one, please more »
The Daedalus Radical Performance Reading Group is currently reading Michael Foucault’s Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison. There’s a downloadable online version of it here. The reading group meets about every one-and-a-half months, normally at Studio 180 in Lambeth. If more »
The Black Smock Band, a regular partner for our sharing events, is playing is playing a party on FRIDAY JULY 11 to celebrate the end of the 2014 3 Rivers Clean Up events – a three week long Festival of more »
One of our regular collaborators, Vera Erenboug, is part of Jeremis Iron Arts Collective. JIAC has recently put out a call for true stories about Belgrade, for an audio tour they’re doing. If you can help them, please do! Details more »