Events

Workshop
Thu 4 Oct 2018 19:00-20:00 at Event Space, Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed


'Radiobook Rwanda' Mini Think Tank (Pilot)

Join our mini think tank, inspired by the themes of 'Radiobook Rwanda': relationships, modern myths and resistance

Hosted by

Will Taylor

Creative Producer | Inclusivity Consultant/Producer | Project Coordinator | Events Manager | Agent | Creative Consultant (R&D) | Research Fellow "Lend Me Your Hearts, Keep The Rest."

Lily Green

Combining workshops, making books + making podcasts to co-produce multimedia literature + events with frequently underrepresented voices

A game-based conversation alligned to the themes of 'Radiobook Rwanda': relationships, modern myths and resistance.

Studio residents Will Taylor and Lily Green have created two games to encourage group discourse on how people's ethnicity, gender, faith and society affects how they relate to these Radiobook Rwanda themes.

To attend, email will19taylor91@gmail.com by noon on Thu 4th Oct.

Radiobook Rwanda is a new multimedia literary imprint showcasing Rwandan and East African voices. It's co-published by Kwani (Kenya), Huza Press (Rwanda) and No Bindings (UK). Radiobook Rwanda is a new Art new Audiences project supported by the British Council's East Africa Arts programme.


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