November 20, 2012
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‘How Democracy Works Now’ reads more like arid political science than a riveting 12-part documentary series on the US Immigration Reform Campaign (2001-2007).
November 7, 2012
Debates about the ‘value’ of arts and culture become even trickier when you throw ‘diversity’ into the mix.
October 30, 2012
We were pleased at Counterpoints Arts to have been invited by Picture House to host a Q&A with Guy Davidi, co-director of ‘5 Broken Cameras’ (2011).
October 24, 2012
Can the web change the nitty gritty of the storytelling process and produce a ‘new genre’ of documentary?
Impact evaluation is increasingly being considered an integral component of the documentary storytelling process.
‘Immigrant Nation’ invites audiences to contribute their migration stories through online actions while simultaneously steering a KickStarter Campaign.
August 13, 2012
July 31, 2012
– We provide support, development and promotional opportunities for artists from refugee and migrant backgrounds as well as other artists producing innovative work in this field – Develop participatory […]
March 28, 2000
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See all of Counterpoints Arts’ past events, exhibitions and projects.
March 27, 2000
Visuals, performances and activities at the V&A marked two incredible decades of Refugee Week.
March 26, 2000
Refugee Week (18 – 24 June) reached an important milestone in 2018: 20 years of celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees. We invited many of you to […]
March 25, 2000
Refugee Week ended with an unforgettable performance by ground-breaking artist Lowkey at Koko.
February 16, 2000
Read more about our project exploring how pop culture can help change the conversation about migration in the UK
New project asks how pop culture can change the conversation on migration in the UK This autumn, Counterpoints Arts launches a pioneering project exploring how the power of pop […]
February 15, 2000
In Tweets: browse reflections and insights from our Pop Culture and Social Change retreat at Dartington Hall, 17-19 October 2018