Do you want to change the world around you? Is there a burning issue you think needs addressing? Are you unsure about how to get your voice heard?
Cultural activism combines artistic expression with the desire for social justice and political change. It uses creative means, such as theatre, poetry, art and music to spread messages to communities and make a positive impact on organisations, governments and society.
Collective Encounters are bringing together people of all ages who are keen to explore new ways to make change in their communities. Through a programme of workshops, masterclasses and free cultural trips you will gain the skills and knowledge required to organise your own cultural activist projects.
The introductory meeting will be on Saturday 4th November at 5pm-7pm at: Stephenson Court Retirement Living Apartments, Ivatt Way, Edge Hill, Liverpool, L7 5QZ.
This will be followed by a group theatre trip to The Lost Tribes of Everton and Scottie Road. Other activities will include regular Saturday morning discussions about Cultural Activism and regular cultural activities. All tickets and travel costs will be covered. If you would like to come along please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 345 6266.