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Shakespeare’s take on refugees, performed by Harriet Walter – BBC Newsnight
The Traces Project has a timeline of refugee artists which you can filter by different mediums
Theatre and Refugees – a season of documentaries from BBC Arts (2015)
Counterpoint Arts engages with refugee and migrant experiences through arts and cultural programmes.
Platforma Arts and Refugee Network supports and develops arts by, about and with refugees and migrants from marginalised communities.
Arts on the Run – a network for arts and refugees in Yorkshire and Humberside
Art Reach Journeys Festival celebrates and highlights the extraordinary and powerful artwork, music, creativity, culture and experiences that refugee artists bring to the UK. It’s work now reaches cities in Europe. See the video here.
Freedom From Torture has a ‘Write to Life’ creative writing and performance group for survivors of torture. Several books of work from the group have been published and there are pieces available online in their Library.
Celebrating Sanctuary works through the arts to raise awareness of the contributions that refugees make to the UK, and in particular to the city of Birmingham.
Art Refuge UK Supporting displaced people through art and art therapy
Theatres of Sanctuary
SBC Theatre – Stand and Be Counted Theatre is the first Theatre Company of Sanctuary. Creators of Tanja – a play about detention. For further info and links to the video see Tanja – Tour Information Pack.
See our Activities page for resources on organising activities.
Writing East Midlands and City of Sanctuary groups in Nottingham, Leicester and Derby ran three writing residencies in 2016-17. As a result they have published two books: ‘Riding on Solomon’s Carpet’, an anthology and ‘Write Here: a practical guide to running creative writing workshops with refugees and asylum seekers’ (downloadable).
With One Voice, the international arts and homelessness movement (WOV) Co-produced Arts and Homeslessness Practice Guide
Bibliotherapy Hub Leeds – a blog about bibliotherapy groups run in Leeds