This talk will give an overview of anarchist philosophy and theory, it’s history and how it is relevant to 21st century society. It will be followed by a Q&A session open to all.
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A topic that’s generating interest at the moment. Citizens Income.
What if every adult in the UK was guaranteed a basic income whether you worked or were unemployed?
Is it feasible? Has it been tried before? Could it work? Would it cripple our economy? Would we all become work-shy?
Staged will be an intervention where artists, lawyers and activists, thinkers, collaboratively create objects/images/sounds/performances/expressions on the theme of the workshop, with discussion before and after as to the integral linking of art, law and protest and what this means for social change.
Join PLOT for an interactive workshop designing materials for an alternative future. We’ll bring the tools and methods. Bring your observations of what you see now. This is a hands on active session – we will be chewing over ideas and physically making things. Be prepared to get your sleeves rolled up, bring your imagination as well as your inspiration.
This physical workshop will look at the potential relationships between choreography and experimental, contemporary and online poetry, by analyzing attention, gesture, and habit. The session consists of choreographic exercises looking at reading and listening in their physicality, as well as in their relationship to space, and to overlapping spaces.
The proposed introductory session with the Feminist Library would revisit the Consciousness Raising practice of the Second Wave of the feminist movement, to bring together a discussion on feminist issues through a ‘personal is political’ lens creating a bottom-up, all-inclusive learning environment. Part of Antiuniversity Now Festival 2018.
Conway Hall, Antiuniversity Now and the London Anti-fascist Assembly (LAFA) invite you to join author Mark Bray, who will talk about the growing threat of global fascism and discuss possible directions towards building a coordinated, strong and sustainable antifascist movement.
A workshop led by Spare Tyre exploring play, performance and the body in space led by learning disabled artists. You will be guided through how to make performances and create a space to play in, with experimentation with sounds, movements, touch, vibrations, colours.
This panel will include members of London Incarcerated Workers Organising Committee, Community Action on Prison Expansion and Bent Bars, who will discuss prison abolition from a trans and queer perspective, followed by a strategy workshop.
This workshop with Giles Bunch is for people who are already interested in space exploration, as well as anyone new to the subject who wants to learn more in a supportive, friendly environment. The session will centre around the theme of “the ‘frontier’ in deep space”.
How does one live well in a city almost designed to make you feel isolated, tired, anxious and poor? Artists/activists/teachers/amateur thinkers Sam Siva and Sam Berkson lead a discussion on how to live radical lives in a neo-liberal city.