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Tools for Solidarity

Workshop for Families

25/10/23 2pm

Join RESOLVE Collective, Alaa Satir and Sahra Hersi at the final family workshop as part of the Tools for Solidarity outdoor play commission by RESOLVE Collective.


Book your free place using the link below. All ages are welcome; however, the workshop activities may be best suited for children aged 4 – 12. All materials will be provided. Please note that all children must be accompanied by a guardian at all times.

RESOLVE Collective is an interdisciplinary design collective that combines architecture, engineering, technology and art to address social challenges. They have delivered numerous projects, workshops, publications, and talks in the UK and across Europe, all of which look toward realising just and equitable visions of change in our built environment. They have developed projects, exhibitions and residencies including at Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt, Berlin; London Design Festival in Brixton; They currently have a solo exhibition at Barbican’s Curve Gallery and have presented shows at Serpentine Gallery, Wellcome Collection, CCA Brighton, De La Warr Pavilion, Peckham Platform, S1 Art Space; V&A East.

Alaa Satir (b. 1990, Khartoum) is a visual artist and designer. Her stylised graphic works have a bold and distinctive style, often featuring women as the central figures. Alaa’s work came to prominence during the Sudanese revolution of 2018, when her large-scale murals of her figures highlighting the role of women in the revolution and celebrating the demands of the revolutionaries reached online audiences internationally. Currently based in London for her master studies at UAL, Satir was commissioned to develop this new work. Read about Alaa Satir

Sahra Hersi is a designer. She completed a MA architecture degree at the Royal College of Art in 2017. Her practice explores shared spaces, the public realm, community engagement, meaningful contributions, and collaboration. She describes her work as “caring about people, places, art & architecture, in that order.” She seeks to establish a working philosophy that is driven by the desire to reinterpret architectural methodology and artistic narrative as common ground. Her work is often born out of engaging with communities and the places they occupy.

Image: Courtesy of Nicola Tree

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