Sharings from the Apocalypse Reading Room
Ama Josephine Budge
Join us for an evening of talking stories and imagined futures with invited thinkers from the Apocalypse Reading Room, hosted by the artist: speculative writer, and pleasure activist Ama Josephine Budge.
As part of Artsadmin’s What Shall We Build Here festival of art, climate and community, Ama invites a panel of speakers to join her in an intimate evening of conversations and conjurings, exploring climate justice, queer ecology, speculative possibilities and creating our own apocalypse survival guides.
Ama Josephine Budge is in conversation with Residency artist Lateisha Davine Lovelace-Hanson and Zahra Dalilah, writer, activist and co-founder of Kinfolk Network, an initiative which brings Black activists and organisers together to explore the history of national and international social movements, to share organising practise and to contextualise what achieving collective liberation looks like within the UK.
The Apocalypse Reading Room is an installation by speculative writer and artist Ama Josephine Budge: an on-site library, a world of talking stories in the face of environmental and social transformation, a gathering of all the books we might need to change the end of the world…
For those who cannot attend in person, the event will be recorded and shared online at a later date.
- The Arts Bar & Café is wheelchair accessible and there are wheelchair accessible toilets. Read more about Accessibility at Toynbee Studios.
- All toilets at Toynbee Studios are gender neutral.
- For those who cannot attend in person, the event will be recorded and shared online at a later date.
- We are collaborating with Quiplash to provide further access.
- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any access requests.
Date and time
9 September 2021
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28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
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