M.021 : Voices that shake, (2010: United Kingdom)

Bibliographic Record

Title and Statement of Responsiblity

Voices that shake / Filmed and produced by young people on the course 'Shake! Arts, Media, Race & Power', held at Stephen Lawrence Centre, London, August 2010.

Summarization of Content

Documentary of the course 'Shake!', (2010) where young people in London gathered to develop creative responses to stories of social injustices and struggles against them. Inspired by the memories of Nigerian Writers and Activist, Ken Saro-Wiwa and in celebration of the life of Stephen Lawrence they learnt skills in spoken word, DJ-ing and filmmaking. The project was funded by Arts Council England and London Development Agency.

Edition Statement:

1st edition

Publication/Production/Distribution Information

London, United Kingdom : Platform Gallery , 2010


14 mins

Content Form and Media Type

two-dimensional moving image : digital video

Classification Scheme

CFCCA Library Classification schemeResearch and Project Publications
CFCCA Library Classification schemeArtist's monographs

Access and Use

Access status


Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Arts Council, England, (2002-) (has contributor)
Platform for Art (has publisher)
London Development Agency, (2000- ) (has contributor)

Related places

London (has place of origin of resource)
London (has place of publication)

Related Terms

video (has form of work)
two-dimensional moving images (has content type)
English (has or had language)
Latin (has script)
polychrome (has colour content)
Sound (has sound content)
Open (has access status)
monographs (has form of work)
digital video (has representation type)
optical disks (has form of carrier)

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