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Jungle Fever takes to the streets!

Community workshop open to all:

What would you strike for? How would you strike?

Taking inspiration from an extensive photographic archive of historical strikes the workshop will consider your personal objects of discontent.

Led by artist Emmanuelle Waeckerle participants will produce slogans, posters, banners and other tools. The workshop will then take to the streets, armed with their newly created protest material. The group will march towards Clapham Common bandstand, where a picnic lunch will be served at 14.30pm.

This will be a FREE family friendly day out. Join your community, get creative and celebrate our freedom of self expression.

Please bring along a photograph or object of your discontent and a small camera if you have one.

Saturday 5th May
11.00 – 14.00
FREE admission

This workshop has been kindly organised by Jungle Fever (wish you were here), an ongoing project lead by artist Emmanuelle Waeckerle. It represents a state of mind which strives to celebrate the everyday, seen as a collaborative construction that each of us can be part of and influence.

For further information visit;
http://www.ewaeckerle.com/projectbox/JUNGLE-FEVER/
http://www.ewaeckerle.com/projectbox/jeux-de-bouches/

Mind The Gap

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Mind The Gap is a project which aims to promote not only the best new homegrown talent but also the inclusion and professional development of young people from London. During the festival the collective will perform live and run a special community workshop during the open studio saturdays.

Originating as a regular live music show, Mind The Gap has evolved into a collective with the skills to provide artists, programme design and collaborative support to organizations producing their own events, still through the basic formula of offering professional development to creative young people from London.

The result of the above synergies is one of artistic and cultural diversity, incorporating all forms of artistic expression from music to spoken word to comedy and visual art. The only common theme is new talent.

Mind the Gap community workshop
Saturday 12th May, time TBC

FREE admission

www.mindthegapldn.co.uk