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Project Night Online

03/12/2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Project Night is a monthly meet-up for creatives, makers, artists and producers working in and with communities. It is part of the national Social Art Network.

Project Night alternates between being an open space for you to share ideas and a themed session with guest speakers.

For this session, as we find ourselves in lockdown again and moving into the winter months, we will explore what we can do to find ‘Joy in the dark’.

What practices can allow us to feel nourished, evolve within ourselves, and be with others.

We are thrilled to welcome Tanisha Barrett as our guest for the event. She will create a space for us to reflect on the past year as we head into winter. We’ll be sharing highs and lows and thinking about how we can find joy in the darkness.

Tanisha is a mental health nurse and clinical supervisor, she delivers therapy, runs a private practice and also teaches on diversity and difference. Tanisha is also a published poet and writes about mental health, sexuality, race and body acceptance. @blacksugarising

Please bring with you an object that represents something which brings you joy.

RSVP to martha.king@kwmc.org.uk and we will send you the meeting link.

Past Project Night discussions

At our last themed session we explored Occupying Public Space Now’ with Georgina Bolton (Bristol City Council Public Art Officer & freelance producer) Rosa Ter Kuile from Rising Arts Agency and the ‘Making Together‘ team (a collaboration between KWMC, AUAR and We Can Make). They offered provocations for us to think deeply about what we want and need to do in public spaces now, as creatives, artists and activists, as well as sharing some practical tips around the logistics of working in, opening up and using public spaces for art, community action and activism. The event was live streamed from the new pavilion outside KWMC, ‘BlockWest’; designed, made and built by the Knowle West community over the summer. For more information about ‘Block West’ click here. The recording from this discussion will be shared online soon.

Read more about and explore audio visual content from these Project Night discussions during the first lockdown:

Contact Us

Knowle West Media Centre
Leinster Avenue
Knowle West
Bristol
BS4 1NL
+44 (0) 117 903 0444
enquiries@kwmc.org.uk

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