Webinar: Whose cultural values?

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Webinar: Whose cultural values?

By Centre for Cultural Value


Does everyone place a value on culture and if so, do they value it in the same way? And do people get the opportunity to engage in what they value most? This online discussion brings together contributors whose work is reshaping cultural value in the UK.

Featuring Tobi Kyeremateng, whose initiative Black Ticket Project gives young Black people free access to the theatre; artist and activist Harry Josephine Giles, who is currently producing a disabled artists’ manifesto ‘imagining a crip future’; Rabab Ghazoul, director of Gentle/Radical, a cultural and community organisation in Cardiff working hyper-locally from a basis of social and healing justice; and Dadirai Tsopo of Hard Times Require Furious Dancing and Wales House Farm Big Local, whose work focuses on ‘enabling voices from the grassroots a place to be heard’. Chaired by Eleonora Belfiore of Loughborough University.

Together they will discuss the headline ideas of cultural value and cultural engagement in the UK and how we can see and move beyond them. How can we step outside the established norm and reshape what cultural value looks like?

This event was part of our 'What value culture?' festival in November 2020.

Published: 2021
Resource type: Webinars and films