Residents

Zahra Ash-Harper

Watershed

Zahra is an Independent Inclusion Consultant currently working on the Equitable Futures project.


Zahra Ash-Harper

Zahra Ash-Harper

Worked on

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Towards Equitable Futures

We live in capitalism, its power can often seem inescapable - but then, so did the divine right of kings. Any human power can be resisted and changed by human beings. Resistance and change often begin in art. Ursula…

I bring an energetic and hopeful approach to thinking about our collective futures.

I currently mentor 15 practitioners and work with cultural organisations such as Rising, Rife Magazine, Babbassa, Knowle West Media Centre, Acta. I have worked with universities to develop richer understandings of POC students, alumni and the communities they represent.

I have supported the sector in creating welcoming and respectful spaces, with workshops, conference sessions and away days for NESTA, We the Curious, Spike Island and Watershed.