Hip Hop Psychology

  UK Hip Hop & Grime Culture promoting community and personal development Shake! is always questioning the role of art forms and their differences in creative expression and building the capacity for change, so we are very excited to hear about this project:  Hip Hop Psychology is a an exciting and unique three month participatory project for young […]

Guest Blog by Saara: Review of Riots Reframed

–> Hello! My name is Saara and I’m going to be helping with the continuity workshops at Shake! Particularly with the monthly film screenings. I am really excited to get involved and learn from everybody!  I recently graduated from Leeds Uni in International Development and Spanish and am now a freelance journalist and learning to […]

SHAKE! Arts >> Media >> Race >> Power February 2013

FREE 5-day course for 16-25 year old’s  – 18-22 February 2013 Art can be a powerful non-violent force for change. Each day Shake! creative workshops will provide space to imagine what justice looks like, experiment with new ideas, learn new tools and fire up your imagination. Over the five days, the course will include: >> […]

what Nuha, Rotimi, Selina are doing…

Latest news in about three of Shake’s brilliant young participants from 2010/11 programme!  Nuha Baruti and Rotimi Skyers are taking part in Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust’s 2012 architecture and design exhibition ‘People & Places’, held with Scott Brownrigg in Covent Garden. Nuha was a Bursary recipient at SLCT and has played a key role in […]

Our first meeting for the ‘Britain on Trial – Arts and Activism’ event

Jane, Rotimi, Samia and Selina from the SHAKE! collective took a day trip to Leeds yesterday to meet up with Khadijah and Simon, facilitators from Leeds Young Authors and Stuart, a researcher from the University of Leeds MA in Activism & Social Change. The meeting was planned to lay down the groundwork for the “Britain […]

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