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16.08.21

MAKE IT A GOOD WEEK

WORK TIME

YOLO ECONOMY / After a year on hold, there is a new spirit of professional fearlessness in the air. This article in The New York Times explores why people are leaving stable jobs to start new businesses, pursue creative projects or step off the career treadmill entirely.

BREAK TIME

DANCE CAN’T NICE / As part of its 696 programme, celebrating musical genres affected by bias in legislation, the Horniman Museum explores the language and spaces that have influenced Black British music. Until Fri 24 Oct.

PEOPLE 

TALKING ABOUT MONEY / Otegha Uwagba's third book, We Need To Talk About Money, is a candid account of her complex relationship with money and the societal constructs that define it. Buy it from an independent bookshop here.

PLACES

THROWING SHADE / This National Geographic podcast explores the distribution of shade along socio-economic lines and how activists are pushing for a greener, healthier Los Angeles - not just by planting trees.

PIC: Bus stop, Konagai, Japan, built for the 1990 Travel Expo.
 

YOU'RE INVITED TO A PARTY

We're throwing open the doors of ARC Club Homerton for a good old fashioned neighbourhood knees up. 

Thu 26 Aug / 6pm - LATE
DJ from 7pm - 11pm

Expect TUNES, DRINKS deals and timely FOOD. 

We'll be giving away FREE DAY PASSES for the workspace too.

You'll also be able to see images from photographer Sophia Spring's new book PARKLIFE ("a love song to London's green spaces") which will be exhibited in the workspace.

RSVP