A guided meditation, picnic and workshop with June Yuen Ting as part of Artist Archive.
How can movement practice be a method through which we body forth a world without prison and police? Abolitionist Kinaesthetics is a movement research that began with a desire to learn and practice collective care, mutual aid, community accountability and transformative justice — to build relationships that make prison and police obsolete. June Yuen Ting invites you to experience this work anew through a meditation room, an abolitionist picnic and a movement workshop.
This event takes place at the studios.
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Lunch included. Free bursary places are for anybody that needs them and are self-nominated (i.e. you do not need fit criteria, like when booking a concession ticket).
Lunch included. Pay-it-forward tickets subsidise bursary tickets across the whole of our programme. If you choose to pay-it-forward, you’re generously supporting other participants to attend, thank you!
Siobhan Davies Studios
St. George's Road
Siobhan Davies Studios is mostly accessible to wheelchair users, with lifts to all floors. Our main door is not power assisted. There are two accessible parking spaces available on site which can be booked in advance.
Please note that our disabled toilets may not be suitable for all users (the toilets in our disabled toilets are 42cm high) and our changing facilities and showers are not fully accessible. Our closest publicly available and fully accessible changing facility is at The Castle Centre, a leisure centre 0.3 miles away from the studios. You can find full details of their features here.