Upcoming events

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Past community events

January 18, 2020 Elephant Books, Kunming 19:30 about Kunming bookshop Elephant Books invited us to introduce our magazine in the
November 29, 2019 Department of Culture and Education of the German Consulate General in Shanghai 18:30 - 21:00 about The
November 9, 2019 How Art Museum, Shanghai about Ode to Movement is a sign language poetry event organized for How
May 29 - June 2, 2019 Public exhibition: May 4, 2019 Shanghai about Critica festival is back!This year, more than
January 26, 2019 UnCaffeBar, Shanghai 20:00 About For Women in Cinema we compiled Oscar-winning and other popular movies from the
March 07, 2019 UnCaffeBar, Shanghai About Part of a week-long arts event, Babel creates Queer Queries, a safe and private
January 26, 2019 UnCaffeBar, Shanghai 20:00 Schedule 20:00 Audio installation based on stories from BABEL Magazine​ & Performance by Jared
December 29, 2018 Camera Stylo, Beijing 19:00 - 21:30 about Launch of the first issue of BABEL Magazine, in Camera
June 15, 2018 UnCaffeBar, Shanghai 19:00 - 21:30 about Come, discuss, and watch our documentary wǒmen 我们 in the closing
May 23, 2018 Daliah, Shanghai 19:00 - 21:00 about In this workshop people from different backgrounds come together to share,
March 11, 2018 The Pearl, Shanghai about Deaf-themed film screening at beautiful Hongkou theatre The Pearl.China’s premiere of Rachel Shenton’s Oscar
February 22, 2018 MusicLAB Jing'An 19:30 - 21:30 about Deconstruct “I can’t” ideas in this drawing catharsis!In this workshop Zovi


June 2019 about In June we cooperated with Nord Anglia Chinese International School for the school’s annual ‘Enrichment Week,’ a week in which all
March 02, 2019 about What would you do if you had the complete freedom to choose? If you were on
July 2018 about Based on our migrant school program, a summer camp was organized in rural Hubei province, for children
March 2018 - June 2019 about The WE in Power program uses different forms of arts to empower migrant children