Any resolutions for the new year?

or I’d rather call it ‘wishes for the new year’.

some of us haven’t been blogging that much lately and our excuses are my wishes:

WE WANT THIS!

 

Grant for the Arts for Photo-Festivals


 

 


Small Art Grant for Human Endevour

 

 


Grant for the Arts for Wideyed and ASA

 

is it too much to ask?

NO! here’s more!

a little bit of campaigning to start the year to save what’s left in the arts in the UK and ask for more:

– Campaign against UK Home Office new restrictions on non-EU artists and academics visiting the UK here and petition here

– The national Campaign for the Arts here and support here

– Because we are eternal students and we are proud of young people who fight to get access to education: The National Campaign against Fees and Cuts here and everywhere in the UK.

and too many more other reasons for us to be revolted in Palestine, in Africa where people entered the New Year with 2 presidents when suffering just one is already enough (cf France and Italy)…

anyway… good luck to everyone and a happy new year!

yasmina reggad

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