This is a politically motivated project for individuals, campaign groups and artists working on social justice and environmental issues in what might broadly be termed the politics of the radical non-authoritarian left. It aims to facilitate DIY culture and grassroots organising with a view to bringing about positive social change. It also seeks to address issues of sustainability in temporary urban settings and demonstrating alternatives to the predominant culture of commodification and capital. Some of the ways these goals may be realised is through such projects as ; film festivals, art exhibitions, benefit concerts, political discussions, public meetings, cafe and free school.
Facilitating and supporting radical social change.
Sensitive and caring environment.
Operating outside of a system of commodity and capital.
Inspiring people to participate in creating positive alternatives.
Providing an example of how things could be.
Bowl Court is a non-commercial squatted space run as a collectively managed grassroots activism project. It aims to facilitate DIY culture and grassroots organising for individuals, campaign groups and artists working on social justice and environmental issues. It is a participatory project moving towards bringing about radical social change and creating positive alternatives. It also seeks to address issues of ecological sustainability in temporary urban spaces (such as squats) and to enable some independence from a system predominated by commodity and capital.
What is a Social Centre?
Social Centres are self-managed spaces either owned, occupied or leased which take many different forms. Social Centres are a means whereby people can come together to create, conspire, communicate and offer a collective challenge against capitalism.