From the Ashes Exhibition and Auction
From The Ashes, an exhibition and auction raising funds for the Xingu Indigenous partners of the Amazon Rainforest.
Produced in collaboration with Migrate Art, From The Ashes comprises an exhibition of new works by 29 contemporary artists - Indigenous and non-Indigenous - from around the world, including Cornelia Parker, Aislan Pankararu, Loie Hollowell, Richard Long, Shezad Dawood and Tacita Dean.
The art pieces were created using paint, ink and pastels made of ashes and charcoal from the burned remnants of the forest fires.
20th Feb, Tuesday: Opening event: 6-9pm
21st Feb, Wednesday:12-7pm
22nd Feb, Thursday: 12-8pm
23rd Feb, Friday: 12-8pm
24th Feb, Saturday: 12-7pm
25th Feb, Sunday: 12-4pm
Exhibition is free
Image: Antonio Tarsis, From the Ashes, photo © Damian Griffiths
Learn more: https://peoplespalaceprojects.org.uk/en/projects/from-the-ashes/
Workshop for Primary School Teachers
Engaging Students with Social Issues through Creative Activities.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
• Choose from 100 interactive exercises and drama activities to build educational and life skills
• Gain Practical Experience: How to use and adapt Stages Toolkit activities in your classroom.
• This workshop will focus on Years 3 to 6. All teachers are welcome.
Come and Try it out!
Limited to 15.
Stipend provided (£25)
For further info, please email [email protected]
Vale? Screening in Oxford
The screening is part of OI (Oxford is Extraordinary), produced by Cultural Programme.
The documentary ‘Vale?’ (30’) is the first film in Brazil about the collapse of mining dam that killed almost 300 people in Brumadinho, to focus on the impact of this tragedy on the arts and culture of this region.
The screening will be followed by a panel with PPP’s Artistic Director, Paul Heritage and Jonathan Wolff, Professor of Values and Public Policy at Oxford University.
Vale? Screening in Wrexham, Wales + theatre and music performances
Please join us for a screening of the documentary Vale? Is It Worth It? Five artists in the front line against Brazil’s worst environmental crime.
Come and see theatre and music performances, watch the film about how Brazil's artists respond to the country's worst environmental disaster, and then join us in a conversation about how Wales and Brazil are connected in social, environmental and industrial crimes. We will then finish the evening with a rowdy crowd sing along to your favourite songs of protest and survival.
Ymunwch â ni ar gyfer dangosiad o'r rhaglen ddogfen Vale? A Yw'n Werth Chweil? Pum artist yn y rheng flaen yn erbyn troseddau amgylcheddol gwaethaf Brasil.
Dewch i weld perfformiadau theatr a cherddoriaeth, gwyliwch y ffilm am sut mae artistiaid Brasil yn ymateb i drychineb amgylcheddol waethaf y wlad, ac yna ymunwch â ni mewn sgwrs am sut mae Cymru a Brasil yn gysylltiedig â throseddau cymdeithasol, amgylcheddol a diwydiannol. Yna byddwn yn gorffen y noson gyda thorf fympwyol yn canu gyda'ch hoff ganeuon o brotestio a goroesi.