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Post-event Interviews of the Collaborative Project “I, Human: Becoming Visible”

King’s College London, in collaboration with the City University of London, conceived and designed the “I, Human: Becoming Visible” (IHBV) project to respond to anti-Asian racism that has seen a surge since Covid-19. In November 2022, students from KCL and City, together with the members of East Asian and Southeast Asian (ESEA) communities, took part in a development workshop to form groups and to create artistic responses to anti-ESEA racism.  

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Rethinking Arts Festivals: An interview with Mitch Tam

by Kirsty Warner This week's interview is with CMCI Alumni Mitch Tam, CoLab Festival Coordinator at Trinity Laban. In this interview, he discusses his current job role, if his expectations matched the reality of his career path and the trajectory of the arts festival industry. Mitch Tam is an expert in festival programming and public… Continue reading Rethinking Arts Festivals: An interview with Mitch Tam