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Coffee Shop Conversations - Visibility through Visual Art // Manchester

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Left Bank Cafe, at The People's History Museum

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How can visual art be used to give visibility to refugee and asylum seeker issues?

Emily Hayes from United for Change, a refugee advocacy group, and British Turner Prize nominee artist Mark Titchner have been working together at the Look Up Project that is part of the Journeys Festival International this year. Together, they will discuss how visual arts can be used to give visibility to refugee and asylum seeker issues, and present them to a wider community.



Part of Journeys Festival International, Manchester, 02 - 15 October. The festival celebrates the talents of refugee and asylum seeker artists, sharing experiences through great art and culture.

Join the conversation at @JourneysFest & #JFIMcr on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Visit www.journeysfestival.com for more information.

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Left Bank Cafe, at The People's History Museum

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M3 3ER

United Kingdom

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