As we've delved into the AltShift festival's structure, content, and discussions in previous posts, now is the moment to unravel the story behind ShiftSlow. Naomi reflects on the ShiftSlow journey.
How do we avoid uncritically consuming music from the Global South? In what ways can the festival embody a deep-rooted and informed praxis of allyship by going beyond the performative?
In the Altshift festival we try to build a temporary community. What does it mean? Read Carlo's reflections to learn more about it.
Sebastiaan writes about the reflections that led to the creation of anti-oppression structure in the organising team of the festival
Read about two of the workshops proposed during the open space: Queer Degrowth and Untaming the Weird
One more insight into the workshop series "how to educate for degrowth?", this one focused on centering needs as a way of internalising degrowth.
"how to educate for degrowth?" was one of the core questions of Alt Shift's last edition, take a closer look at one of the workshops proposed!
How is it to arrive in the Alt Shift community for the first time? Elena shares her impressions of the festival and her critical thoughts in its aftermath.
A glimpse into our reflections about the team process
Alt Shift goes into round three and we need your help to make it happen! Read more about our ideas for 2024 here!