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Season for Ex-Change Two


Are we able to meet the challenge? Are we able to meet the challenge?

Are we able to meet the challenge?

Season for Ex-Change Two


29 April 2021

4 - 5pm

Online event via Zoom



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Season for Ex Change:  Activation!

A conversation with Joon Lyn Goh and Kinsi Abdulleh on community organising and the arts

Activism is nothing unless it’s meaningfully tied to the communities it aims to serve. But how does that happen within an art context? Joon Lyn Goh and Kinsi Abdulleh, both organisers and arts workers, will be in conversation to look at their careers and approaches, and discuss co-option and activation in the arts and beyond.

About the speakers

Joon Lynn Goh is a cultural organiser, working across art and culture, migrant movements and solidarity economies, to explore creative shifts from extractive to regenerative ways of living. Joon Lynn is founding organiser of Migrants in Culture, a network organising for culture without borders, co-founder of Asia Art Activism, a research network for Asian diasporic practitioners, and Sex With Cancer, cancer patient led inquiry into illness and intimacy. Joon Lynn is a recipient of Champion of the Year, Women on the Move Award 2016, Live Art UK Diverse Actions Leadership Bursary 2017, and declined an MBE for Services to Equality 2019.

Kinsi Abdulleh is an interdisciplinary artist, editor producer and publisher. Her work as an artist educator is rooted in social justice, women’s voices and histories. Co-director of NUMBI, a Somali-originated African-centred arts and heritage organisation.

How to take part

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Access details

This online event will be live captioned. Please let us know if you have any other access requirements:

Season for Ex-Change is supported by ACT (Art, Climate, Transition) through the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, the Foundation for FutureLondon and City of London, and Arts Council England through Season for Change.

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