Journeys Festival International 2020
Queer Journeys is a series of magazine-making workshops with LGBTQ+ migrants base in the UK, illustrating their journeys to create a collaborative zine.
Beshuar Hassan, a traditional Kurdish musician from Iraq and Brant Tilds, a Jazz trumpet player from Detroit, met each other in the United Kingdom and formed a deep bond of friendship through the common ground of music.
Manipulated Memories is an online exhibition of selected recent works by Iranian artist Maliheh
A film broadcast of Avital Raz’s My Jerusalem accompanied by a documentary of audience reactions to the piece.
Journeys Live brings you musical performances from global talent.
In Conversation with Magid Magid is a series of talks with European-based guests who are involved in human rights activism and politics, exploring the current challenges facing Europe.
An exciting online premiere of three newly commissioned animations, exploring pan-European friendship and collaboration, and the shared experience of the refugee situation in Europe.
Join Mahboobeh Rajabi for this co-creation workshop, which focuses on how to collaborate and create innovative works in any art format.
As Far As Isolation Goes (Online) brings audience members in contact with those faced with inhumane detention centres that disregard their political and emotional contexts.
Weekly family arts activities for little ones to join in with at home!
A performance film introducing Maral’s experience of deafness and jewellery making, her artistic practice and becoming a refugee due to the political nature of her artwork.
Have Your Say is a multi-media project culminating in three video-poems being presented at the
festival, created from submissions by the public via social media.
Release is the new audio visual installation created by Whispered Tales that shares the story of two courageous young women whose lives whose lives were forever transformed by migration.
This workshop explores how Hip-Hop has impacted different communities, justice and the way we think about our collective being.