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Participation, a major movement in art of the time, as well as in society in general. Become active, and get involved, join the social turn. Now more than ever art is opening up the process and making space to express and work with others. We are pleased to offer this chance to get involved in an exciting opportunity for making.

The People's Palace of Possibility in Doncaster: Call-Out For ParticipantsBack in the first lockdown of 2020 The Bare Project adapted their show, The People’s Palace of Possibility, to take the form of an interactive story of rebellion told through the post. Over 600 people across the country took part, contributing their thoughts, images and reimaginings of how things could be done differently. These contributions built the foundations of the Palace Archive: a national digital archive of hopes and fears for the future.Now The Bare Project team need your help to build the Palace Kitchen, live in Doncaster! They'll be exploring what a just food system looks, tastes and feels like: exploring food justice, hosting conversations and workshops with artists, bakers, foragers and growers, and sharing food and stories at community meals in the town.

There are two different ways to get involved:1) Join the public workshops – just one, or as many as you like! All workshops are pay-what-you-decide (free to book, with optional cash donations on the day) and they will all include a meal unless otherwise stated. Book via the links below:- Welcome meal – Tuesday 30 November 6pm-8pm, Doncaster Unitarian Church- Foraging walk – Friday 3 December 1.30pm-4pm, Doncaster location TBC- How to design a community feasting space – Friday 3 December 5pm-8pm, Doncaster Unitarian Church- Bentley Urban Farm Day – Saturday 4 December 1pm-4pm, Bentley Urban Farm – coming soon- Cooking workshop with Naeela Baksh – Wednesday 8 December 2pm-4pm, Doncaster Unitarian Church – coming soon- Saturday Lunch and Sharing – Saturday 11 December 1pm-4pm, Doncaster Unitarian Church2)

Sign up as a co-creator – an opportunity designed for Doncaster-based people who are food bank users or volunteers, and/or aged 60+. Co-creators will work with professional artists from The Bare Project team, and will be involved in every aspect of the residency: from cooking, to storytelling and performance skills, to learning how to design a space or compose a sound design. No experience is necessary – you will be taught all the skills you’ll need during the residency. This is a voluntary opportunity and is not paid, but The Bare Project will cover travel costs and/or other barriers to participation e.g. childcare, and a meal will be provided every day. Co-creators must be available for the majority of the dates below. If you'd like more information, or to sign up, please get in touch by emailing DatesTuesday 30 November: 6pm-8pmThursday 2 December: 4pm-8pmFriday 3 December: 4pm-8pm (you are also welcome to join for an optional foraging walk 1.30pm-4pm on this day as well, if you like)Saturday 4 December: 12pm-5pm (optional)Wednesday 8 December: 11am-5pmFriday 10 December: 11am-5pmSaturday 11 December: 11am-5pm4 SharesLikeCommentShare