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Exodus is a dynamic programme of participatory cultural production, working with refugees and host communities across a range of traditional and contemporary art forms.

Join us at the Horizons Creative Café on Thursday 14 July between 12.30pm and 6pm at the Event Space @…

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Are you an artist with lived experience of forced migration? Would you like to gain experience running creative sessions in…

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Featuring newly built handmade unconventional instruments, Iraqi artists Sherko Abbas and Kani Kamil created the performance  Brouhaha to reflect the…

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Families joined in with singing, clapping, body percussion and heard music and stories from the Congo Basin in a special…

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On Saturday 30 October at Beswick Library, CAN ran free family-friendly workshops with dance, drumming and percussion from Africa and…

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We had a fabulous day with musician Arian Sadr, artist Mei Yuk Wong who taught families creative crafts for the…

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We had a fabulous afternoon of FREE family-friendly workshop at Wythenshawe’s Forum Library on 16 October.  There was singing and…

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The event connected musicians from refugee backgrounds, people and organisations who work to support them, and music venues that had…

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Voices For Action – live and online – featured music, poetry, visual and digital arts, and discussion. The event raised…

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Bolton, Manchester, and Oldham Libraries are now accredited as Libraries of Sanctuary, libraries which welcome refugees and asylum seekers to…

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Audiences were dancing amongst the books of Bolton Central Library to celebrate Libraries of Sanctuary with Britannia Rumba delighting audiences…

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The project connected Oldham’s communities with people in Bremen, Germany through Oldham Libraries’ participation in the Building Bridges programme linking…

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HUNGER was a unique piece created by international artists Abas El Janabi (Lead Artist), Farjana Kabir and Louison Kangombe at Manchester…

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The intimate event celebrated the life, poetry, and spiritual beliefs of the 13th-century Persian poet, Rumi and connected audiences to…

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Young people from Afrocats responded to 2021’s Horizons Festival, the arts festival celebrating Refugee Week developed and delivered in partnership…

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On Saturday 12 June 2021, the Horizons Festival, the week-long event we curate with HOME every year to celebrate June’s Refugee Week, kicked off…

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Artists continue to speak out, through their work, about these injustices and their work is a profound reflection on our…

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Audiences enjoyed brilliant sunshine on Saturday 12 June for Solidarity Social, which launched the Horizons Festival, which took place outdoors…

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