The Rights Studio Festival

01 April – 29 April 2021

an invitation to play with, break with and reshape how we engage with the rights of under-18s

The Rights Studio Festival is a series of digital events and artistic content produced by The Rights Studio in collaboration with CRIN.

The inaugural festival took place in April 2021, marking the official launch of the Rights Studio with an invitation to reimagine a different way of engaging with the world, and with the rights of children and young people. The work continues.

You can view highlights and recordings from the first festival below.

Wander into Living Objects – an interactive forest that tells the story of movement and resistance across history; join some of the UK’s finest comedy acts including Nish Kumar and Deborah Frances-White for Seen & Not Heard; discover In My Feelings About Climate Change and A Workshop on Climate Grief – a two-part collaboration with SustyVibes exploring eco-anxiety; experience If These Walls Could Talk mural paintings inspired by the stories of children and young people in the Lawrence House, South Africa; watch a film screening of Drops of Joy, exploring the art and the necessity of play; settle in for Tabula Rasa– where poets from across the globe reimagine dominant narratives; join the launch of the Red Cloud Project – exploring how to break the stigma around menstruation through art and design; or immerse yourself in a sprawling soundscape as crowd-sourced everyday sounds turn into audio magic in Collective Vibrations– our live music finale with Mel Uye-Parker.

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