Start Producing the Future

Charlotte charlotte at
Wed Oct 14 11:29:27 BST 2009

Experiments against Enclosure - Tools to reclaim the Commons

All round the world, there are thousands of projects and people working from 
the bottom up, creating and resisting the system that is causing climate 
change and building a more just and sustainable world, right here and now. As 
part of the 100 days run up to the Copenhagen Climate summit, The Trapese 
Collective invite YOU to three days of practical workshops, trainings, 
discussions and inspiration on everything from crash technologies and local 
food to campaigning and building alternatives. Come to just one workshops or 
the whole three days. Check out our mid week film programme. Join the real 
green (grassroots) shoots.

When? Saturdays 17th October, 31st October, 14th November 2009, 10.30 - 6pm.

Where? Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA

How? Register via Arnolfini box office or phone, T: +44 (0)117 9172300 / 01 
E: boxoffice at .
Please say which session(s) you plan to attend. Or simply turn up and register 
on the day. Some sessions are 'closed' once they start, others are 'drop in', 
(see programme)

How much? Participation is not dependent on paying but we suggest a donations 
from £5 to £15 per person, per day, depending on income. This will go to the 
workshop facilitators, who are offering these sessions for free, or to the 
projects of their choosing.

Food? Bring food to share or there are plenty of local eateries.

Who? Trapese are a popular education collective who among other projects 
edited the Do It Yourself -handbook for changing our world, in 2007. This 
project which draws on the themes from the book will be co-ordinated by Alice 
Cutler, Natasha Machin and Steve Stuffit, from Bristol with input from Paul 
Chatterton, and Kim Bryan and many other Trapese friends.


DAY 1- 17.10 2009 
Living Sustainably, organising co operatively. 

DAY 2 31.10.09
Inspiring change and learning together 

DAY 3 14.11.09
Direct Action: Ordinary people doing extraordinary things. 

For full details of each day's programme email luvtasha2 at

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