The artistic team advises and consults on Quilliam’s artistic engagements and develops creative output to make Quilliam’s research accessible to wider audiences.
Quilliam has partnered with many organisations to bring thought provoking events and experiences from forum theatre in schools, immersive pop-ups, counter narrative films, exhibitions, live performances and youth outreach.
Art Exhibition at the free word centre:
Unbreakable Rope, examining identity and sexuality within Islam.
Winning the War on Words. An evening of rap and rhyme exploring ‘the story of us.’
EAT Zagi: a Muslim and Jewish immersive theatre and dining experience, devised to get audiences talking religion and politics over dinner. This can be recreated for small and large audiences.
Deadly Dialogues (The Jurisprudence of Blood). Bringing to the stage Quilliam’s research in the form of three short stories intertwined and connected byextremism.
Short films developed with students to tackle personal and mainstream issues. ‘I Can Hold My Breath,’ and ‘Negotiate.’
Start a Conversation:
A school forum project designed to get young people to understand the issues of radicalisation and opening up dialogue. Developed and created by young people for young people.