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Dates: 26 Jan - 31 Jan
Expect a week of film, open exhibitions and plenty of talk.
Change? is organised entirely by young people and will transform Project Arts Centre into a melting pot of ideas on the notion of CHANGE and what it means to us.
Obama said “Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.”
What did he mean by CHANGE? CHANGE for whom? Hasn’t every leader, führer and politician ever spoken of CHANGE?
Do they share YOUR VISION of the future, your idea of change?
Full programme information here.
This event is primarily aimed at the 14-75 year old age group.
Stay up to date on Change? by reading the Change? blog.
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