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Arts for Action: Banner-Making Solidarity Workshop

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Fri 24 September | 2:00pm - 4:30pm

Glasgow Autonomous Space
511 Kilbirnie Street
Glasgow, G5 8JD United Kingdom
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Channel your solidarity by participating in this direct-action arts workshop: hear from indigenous activists and experience the power of participatory arts in calling for climate justice in Scotland, internationally and online.

The event will include a short film and a talk by Indigenous activists and artists in Brazil fighting to protect the Amazon’s Xingu Indigenous Park from damming and drilling. Participants will then have the chance to paint a large banner devised as part of an international project in solidarity with Indigenous Peoples in Brazil.

No arts background necessary: bring your curiosity and an old over-shirt to protect your clothes.

Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions about access for this event.

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