Beta Utopia was a week-long event exploring social mobility and citizen-centred innovation at Tate Exchange. a collaboration between Beta society and CRIN (new and dynamic perspectives on human rights issues, with a focus on children’s rights.) CRIN is a Centre for creative thinking on the human rights of children and young people. They challenge the status quo because the norms that dictate children’s place in society need radical change. To this end, we encourage people to think critically about the world by exploring big questions through artwork, writing and our vision for the future, because if we can’t imagine it, we can’t achieve it.
We are therefore launching a new project called Utopia – a collective that draws a picture of what a right – respecting world would look like, bringing together the factual and imaginary as a tool for change.
In Collaboration With
Jan - Mar 2019
Promotional social media posts
Outcomes from the superhero workshop
Create your own environmental superhero
Outcomes from the Dominic Wilcox 'Little Inventors' workshop.
Create an invention to help the environment
Outcomes from the DIY Banner workshop
Create your own protest banner
Photos from the event throughout the week