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A Call to Care: Suzanne Lee

POSTED: 07 August 2020

We speak to All Change about how vulnerable community groups are engaging with art during Covid-19




All Change creates art projects and experiences for communities. They are committed to using art for social change, involving people of all ages and backgrounds - especially those who wouldn’t usually have the opportunity to participate in the arts. Their work transforms lives, and they’ve been doing it for more than 30 years.

Autograph has been lucky enough to partner with All Change over the past 3 years, including on the B Creative art activism project that inspired our interview series A Call To Care. In our latest interview, Autograph’s Ali Eisa’s speaks with Suzanne Lee, the Artistic Director at All Change.

They discuss how Covid-19 has impacted the community groups All Change works with, finding news ways of working, and how these communities are creating and engaging with art during the crisis. Watch the full interview below.




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Images, from top: 1) Courtesy of All Change. 2) Collage placard, using reproductions from Autograph's Archive and Learning Resource, of original images: Syd Shelton, Untitled, Southgate, London, 1980. 3 - 4) Courtesy of All Change.