Our second cohort will explore the themes of solidarity, resistance, decoloniality, hope, and healing through a series of multi-disciplinary and creative workshops. Part of Roots and Endz, our co-curated project and event series exploring contemporary South Asian culture and the intergenerational, intersectional impact of colonisation, the project seeks to recognise the current social and geopolitical context through the lens of a global majority diaspora, and to come together to learn, reflect and tell stories through various creative mediums.

Participants will be led through a co-creation process featuring an incredible lineup of guest facilitators exploring creative mediums such as photography, poetry, writing, sound, art, and making techniques to therapeutic, performance, and movement-based workshops. A holistic and intergenerational approach is at the heart of what we do and participants from all walks of life and creative experiences are encouraged to apply.

Sessions take place every other Sunday, 1.30–3.30pm, on the following dates:

Sun 25 Feb
Sun 10 Mar
Sun 24 Mar
Sun 7 Apr
Sun 21 Apr
Sun 5 May
Sun 19 May
Sun 2 Jun

The programme will culminate with the cohort producing, programming, and presenting their work at a public event at Rich Mix on Sun 9 Jun.

The cohort is limited to 15 people. We ask that you only apply if you are able to attend all of the given dates. Most of all, we are looking for applicants to be able to demonstrate a commitment and interest in the subjects we’re exploring.

Apply to be part of this year’s cohort at the form below. For any further questions, please get in touch with Daytimers at arts@daytimers.org