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Ever felt like dancing in the street? Maybe you just want to sit silently in the middle of the pavement or lie down with your legs in the air in the middle of Fargate?

Responding to Chloe Brown's research and film A Soft Rebellion in Paradise, filmmaker and photographer Laura Page invites you enact small acts of quiet rebellion and record these through photography and video.

The Acts of Rebellion workshops will take place at Millennium Gallery and Graves Gallery, and will culminate in a public screening and discussion at DINA. See details below.

26 May, 2-4pm, Millennium Gallery Activity Room – book now
30 May, 10:30am-12:30pm, Graves Gallery Activity Room – book now
2 June, 1-3pm, Millennium Gallery Activity Room – book now
8 June, 11am-1pm, Millennium Gallery Activity Room – book now
Please note these workshops are for ages 18+.

Acts of Rebellion Screening and Talk
13 June, 6pm, DINA
Free – book now
A public screening and discussion with the artist, project participants and University of Sheffield’s Dr Komarine Romdenh-Romluc, who works on phenomenological conceptions of social identity.

This project is funded by Making Ways, a programme supported by Sheffield Culture Consortium through Arts Council England. This summer Making Ways celebrates visual art in the city with a programme of exciting visual art and engagement activities for everyone, including hands-on workshops, talks and art walks, all led by Sheffield artists.

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