Blog

November 5, 2021

Salon: Bringing Lived Experience into Tv & Film

Blog, Events and Projects

“Drama impacts us on an emotional level. It enables us to walk in the shoes of another person and understand their reality in a way factual programmes do not” […]

October 12, 2021

We Apologize – Public Art Installation by Adrian Paci

Events and Projects

From 20th October to 12th November 2021, Victoria Square, Athens will host “We Apologize” – a new, in situ art installation by visual artist Adrian Paci. The work is […]

October 5, 2021

Suitcases: Telling Textile Travels

Events and Projects, Platforma

For our Platforma 6 programme we are delighted to have commissioned Conflict Textiles to produce a new online exhibition, Suitcases: Telling Textile Travels. We also commissioned them to produce […]

September 30, 2021

Bringing ArtBank to Clapham Park

Blog, Events and Projects

Blog looking at Clapham Park ArtBank, an opportunity for artists and audiences to reconnect in an immersive, creative exchange.

June 8, 2021

Refugee Week 2021 at V&A

Events and Projects

Blog marking the fourth year of Refugee Week Counterpoints’ collaboration with V&A.

May 26, 2021

DRILL MINISTER’S ECO-CIDE, a Co-commission with Season for Change

Events and Projects

New co-commission with Season for Change – Eco-Cide by London drill artist Drill Minster

May 24, 2021

Across Borders: new commissions in Greece, Germany and the UK

Events and Projects

We are delighted to announce four new public art commissions as part of a three-year international programme of work in partnership with organisations and artists in Greece, Germany and […]

April 7, 2021

Announcing Counterpoints Arts and Southbank Centre – Artist Open Call

Events and Projects

Counterpoints Arts is collaborating with the Southbank Centre once again, this time to commission an artist with lived experience of displacement or migration to develop new live work for public spaces.

October 14, 2020

RE:seeding, in correspondence by Jade Montserrat: An interview with Helen Moore

Events and Projects

An interview with Helen Moore, the East Arts’ engagement and project manager about working on RE: seeding, in correspondence by artist Jade Montserrat

February 28, 2020

Round Up of Refugee Week Conferences 2020

Events and Projects

What did we learn at the national Refugee Week Conferences in London and Bristol this February? Here’s a (non-exhaustive!) round up of the conversations we had. We hope you’ll join us to celebrate Refugee Week 2020, 15-21 June

February 3, 2020

Music for Social Change – Kent Youth Music Project

Events and Projects

We are delighted to share the music created in our recent collaboration project with two Kent partners, Music for Change and Pie Factory Music, along with artists Mohammed Yahya and Oliver Seager.

December 18, 2019

Li Dû Man publication

Events and Projects, Learning

As part of the Li Dû Man commission we are pleased to present a publication produced by  Zehra Doğan and Ege Dundar with the editorial support of writer, Jo Glanville.  See […]

June 19, 2019

The Art of Risk and Ruse: Rubble Theatre

Events and Projects

By Áine O’Brien There’s lightness to Manaf Halbouni’s work that belies a serious underside.  Halbouni’s playfulness draws you into critical questions about global displacement, the politics of belonging and […]

June 11, 2019

Am I My Brother’s Keeper? @ St Paul’s

Events and Projects

Written by Niki Barbery Bleyleben – a Bolivian-American philosopher, social scientist and mum of two… You can’t help it. An artist’s duty, as far as I’m concerned, is to reflect […]

May 7, 2019

Sink Without Trace

Events and Projects

Exhibition on Migrant Deaths at Sea 13th June – 13th July 2019 P21 Gallery, 21- 27 Chalton Street, London, NW1 1JD www.sinkwithouttrace.com Sink Without Trace presents works by 17 […]

January 31, 2019

Artists who Risk/Artists at Risk: Tania Bruguera and Tate Neighbours

Events and Projects

Counterpoints Arts Co-Director Áine O’Brien reflects on our collaboration with Tania Bruguera at Tate Exchange, in a piece originally published on the Live Art UK website There’s a fine line […]

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