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Arts in the Community- Displacement in Relation to Immigration

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University of Northampton Avenue Campus

Saint Georges Avenue

Newton Hall

Northampton

NN2 6JD

United Kingdom

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Topic aims to bring together people who are interested in issues of immigration, various ages, nationalities and believes. Conference will explore current situation both in UK and aboard, showing different approaches to the subject in order to open a debate on impact of community work and role of art in the world. The overall message of the conference is to bring a confidence for minorities finding themselves in a difficult situation related to their country of origin and by underlining the role of the community, encourage the audience to be an active part of society. Invited speakers will share their research and experiences elaborating on the proposed question: How can we make a difference?
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Kamil Soczewka- Discovering art - how travelling around the world exposes you to different points of view, deepens your senses and lets you see the unseen.
Abi Wicks, Julia Jolley and Bruce Patterson- Changemakers the ethos- hate crime research- student exchange program
Magda Staroszczyk- “Black Rugs Collective”- role of woman in the society
Aleksandra Krawczyk- student perspective- do we need more arts in the community?

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University of Northampton Avenue Campus

Saint Georges Avenue

Newton Hall

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NN2 6JD

United Kingdom

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