Volunteer Call Out Refugee Week Manchester

Journeys Festival International celebrates the creative talent of exceptional refugee and asylum seeker artists and shares refugee experience through great art and culture. Produced by ArtReach, the third edition of the festival takes place in different venues in Manchester from 4 - 14 October 2018. Journeys 2018 covers our wider work outside of the festival and includes producing events as part of Refugee Week across the city from 19 - 23 June 2018. These events take place in various venues including HOME, the Whitworth, Manchester Museum, and an outdoor event at the Albert Park in Salford in collaboration with the British Red Cross and other partners. In order to deliver a brilliant progra

MIGRATE exhibition for Refugee Week

For Refugee Week, Journeys Festival International invites you to: MIGRATE A Unicef NextGen London exhibition presenting new photography exploring global migration by eight international photographers. Launch event Monday 18 June from 5pm. Over six days, we have a full program of events planned around this exhibition. Full list of events coming soon. About MIGRATE: MIGRATE was founded in the hope of engaging fellow Londoners to have a conversation about the ongoing refugee crisis; the only rule was that the participating photographers had to use instant analogue film, which was donated by manufacturers The Impossible Project (now called Polaroid Originals). Unlike digital images, “polar

Visual Artists Wanted - Refugee Week Open Exhibition

Journeys 2018 and the Whitworth have developed this unique opportunity for artists who are seeking asylum in the UK or who have a refugee background to take part in a pop-up exhibition as part of Refugee Week. We are interested in hearing from artists both amateur and professional working in any 2D medium, digital video and moving image who would like to display their work in one of Manchester’s most loved cultural institutions. To secure your space in the exhibition send your name and images of the work you would like to show to dan@artreach.biz. Please ensure you include the following information about the work: • Artists Name • Title of the work • Date of production • Materials used Find

Stand and Be Counted Theatre and ArtReach want YOU!

Join us on a spectacular journey through the streets of Leicester for a magical performance parade. This year Journeys Festival International (JFI) is inviting the people of Leicester to come together for a celebratory, fun and energetic procession through the City Centre - part of the VOICES project, aiming to celebrate Leicester and welcome people from all over the world to our city. You will have the great opportunity of working with theatre of sanctuary Stand and Be Counted Theatre to create a fantastic performance. If you have ever wanted to try your hand at acting, singing, dance, design or just show off and make new friends then we want to hear from you! Workshop rehearsals will take

Call out: Artists and Workshop leaders Portsmouth

Journeys Festival International celebrates the creative talents of exceptional refugee and asylum seeker artists, sharing the refugee experience through great art and culture. For more information go to www.journeysfestival.com We are looking for artists from a refugee or asylum seeker background or working around themes of migration and displacement to lead a series of artist talks and family workshops between June-December 2018. The project will take place across the city of Portsmouth, with events taking place in libraries, community centres, cafes and schools. These activities will foster better dialogue around the issues that affect the RAS community and promote better social cohesion;

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