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Creativity and social change

February 19th, 2007

The big question is: can creativity affect social change? It’s kinda like a living experiment for us here at the People’s Republic of South Devon, but if you want to check out what the rest of the world is thinking, turn up to tomorrow’s debate at the Exeter Phoenix.

As part of Animated Exeter, the debate is under the auspices of the Big Small People project and looks at the impact of animation as an instrument of social change for children’s rights.

The Animated Festival is in full throw at the moment so you should go down and check out at least some of the stuff because it’s ace. And that’s as official as it gets.

The debate will last around 90 minutes, kicks off at 6pm and costs £6 or £5, depending.

Posted by Cptn

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