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Index on Censorship is delighted to announce the second in a series of online conversations about artistic freedom of expression in Wales. This conversation forms part of our ArtFreedomWales programme looking at how artistic freedom is regarded, debated and promoted across the arts sector in Wales – in the press,
Mae Index on Censorship yn falch o gyhoeddi y cyntaf o ddau ddigwyddiad mewn cyfres o drafodaethau ar-lein am ryddid mynegiant artistig yng Nghymru. Mae’r trafodaethau yn ran o raglen sydd yn edrych ar sut y mae rhyddid artistig yn cael ei ystyried, ei gefnogi, ei drafod a’i hyrwyddo ar
For July’s Draw the Line event, Index hosted a workshop in our offices to debate the question, “Can art or journalism ever be terrorism?” This daunting question provoked some interesting answers, delving deeper into the subject matter the group began to question how do we define art, journalism and terrorism? What do we
Join Index and Up Projects tomorrow: Contra Band is a new commission, by Leah Lovett, which brings together musicians and audiences from Brazil and the UK for an experimental live performance of songs censored in both countries between 1964-1985.
ArtFreedomWales launched on Friday with the first online conversation about artistic freedom of expression in Wales.
The first of a series of online conversations -- this one with Tim Price - playwright, Kathryn Gray - poet and writer, Lisa Jen - musician/actor/writer and Leah Crossley – artist -- about artistic expression in Wales.
Can a piece of writing lead to someone detonating a bomb? Does art have the power to incite violent acts of terrorism? When does a piece of writing, or a painting, or a film cross the line from being art or journalism into an act of terrorism? On June 23rd
It was a full house at the Goethe Institut in west London on Thursday night as Index magazine launched its latest issue with a debate on freedom in Europe, 25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Did things turned out as we expected?
As cheers from the World Cup rumbled in the background, Index set up an online platform to debate the tussle between sport and freedom of speech.
Index hosted the first of our Draw the Line events on Monday, as ten young adults met to discuss issues surrounding the free expression records of the countries participating in the World Cup
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Twenty five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of communism in eastern Europe, join us on 10 July to ask whether any of us are truly freer now?