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How we hold: rehearsals for art and social change

Alfandari, N., Asante, B., Bailey, A., Barton, C., Barokka, K., Bei, Z. and Bennett, B. (2023) How we hold: rehearsals for art and social change. Serpentine, London. ISBN 9783753305035

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How We Hold is a new publication drawing directly from collaborative projects that span over a decade of Serpentine Education and Civic programmes. The book uplifts and celebrates the creativity and resistance of artists, organisers, and the many people who have generated and shaped these projects – including children in nursery, labour organisers, educators, carers, young people in academy schools, and those navigating the immigration system – who find hope, possibility and life in the most difficult of circumstances.

Item Type:Book
Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Art > Fine Art
ID Code:115162

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