Join artists Phoebe Davies and Liv Wynter for the second day of Re-Action School. Focusing on personal manifestos, mindfulness and listening, the day will explore how we can think about art as a tool for change through the lens of a feminist agenda. Participants will be asked to reflect on their own understanding of equality and balance within public and personal environments.
Class one will focus on creating a personal manifesto, looking at the intersections of activism and art. In class two we will build an individual tool kit for collective working, departing from Phoebe’s research into female and non binary collectives.