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How can art be a tool for environmental sustainability, ecology, social justice, well-being, non-violence and grassroots democracy?Find out more »
Join us for this unique opportunity to explore our NUMBI Festival themes: environmental sustainability, ecology, social justice, well-being, nonviolence and grassroots democracy with Fiction Writer, Poet, Playwright and Translator Ubah Cristina Ali Farah.Find out more »
Fun family workshop that will explore the potential of our local open green space and brownfield sites, and the role they play in our lives. Through design exercises we will explore the nature and future of public spaces including how we deal with pollution, supply of healthy food sources, and climate change within our communities.
We will study and draw inspiration from vernacular architecture and then complete hands-on designs that are fun for the whole family.
Zines are self-published publications with a history rooted in DIY cultures. Join Numbi Arts for a zine making session...The theme we wish to reflect on is radical protest through the medium of music and environmental activism.
Facilitated by Celeste Bell, singer/writer.
The Numbi Festival programme 2019 will screen three selected Creative Storm productions from Ghana, and the widely acclaimed short film by Wanuri Kahiu (Kenya). These films highlight the engagement of African filmmakers with issues of the environment; and its relationship to and impact on the quality of life.Find out more »