24 November 2020, 12.30-1.45pm (London time)
How are artists and culture workers organising in current global conditions? How are art practices being utilised as tools and strategies for building and sustaining community and coalition? And what spaces of refuge and reckoning does art create for diasporic and migrant experiences
Bringing together initiators, partners and contributors to Tools to Transform: A Workbook for Asian Diasporic Organisers, this conversation explores how Asian artists and culture workers are organising as part of and beyond art-making.
Tools to Transform is an Asia Art Activism project led by Joon Lynn Goh & Annie Jael Kwan, funded by the European Culture Foundation, in partnership with Voices of Domestic Workers (UK), Healing Justice Ldn (UK), Jambatan (DK), Unthaitled (DE), House of Saint Laurent Europe (DE), DAMN*/Deutsche Asiat*innen, Make Noise! (DE) and The Six Tones (VN/SE)
Image: Rosalia Namsai Engchuan, Community Film Screening in Bandung, Indonesia