PEER LOCAL PROGRAMME

PEER LOCAL NEWS

WE’RE ALL HERE– FILM PROGRAMME AT SHOREDITCH LIBRARY

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Sited at Shoreditch Library, Hoxton Street, ‘We’re All Here’ presented three films; Divide and Rule – Never! (1978) by Newsreel Collective, Handsworth Songs (1986) by Black Audio Film Collective and Street 66 (2018) by artist and filmmaker Ayo Akingbade that took a historic and current look at society, race, class, work, housing, protest, activism, human relationships, assumptions and misunderstandings, dividers and supporters. Find out more here.

IN OTHER NEWS…

On Friday 21 September we welcomed a group from Hello Hackney for an intergenerational conversation with our PEER Ambassadors about the good, bad and challenges of living in Hackney today.

Click here to listen.

CURRENT PROGRAMME

Through partnerships with our local library, North & South Arden Tenant Management Organisation, local organisations and community groups PEER offers creative opportunities to people of all ages and from a range of economic, social and cultural backgrounds. Following the uplift in our Arts Council funding to make the Curator for Local Audiences position permanent, we are currently fundraising to further develop our local audience and PEER Ambassador programme.

 

Visit our LOCAL ARCHIVE for details on our previous programme