Join artists Phoebe Davies and Liv Wynter for the second day of Re-Action School. Focusing on personal manifestos, mindfulness and listening, the day will explore how we can think about art as a tool for change through the lens of a feminist agenda.

Class one will focus on creating a personal manifesto, looking at the intersections of activism and art. In class two we will build a collective work tool kit, departing from Phoebe’s research into female and non binary collectives.

50% Women re-acts to Eastside Projects’ policy of working with a minimum of 50% women across all programming.