All times are in GMT (BST). The programme is split between two spaces at Methodist Central Hall, Coventry.

For details on which sessions are on Zoom, live streamed, captioned and translated – see below.

Day 2 Zoom Link 12th Oct – passcode 785489
Day 2 Live Stream link

  • 10.00
    Doors open for breakfast, tea and coffee
  • 10.45
    Welcome and intro. Main Hall – Zoom with auto captions
  • 11-11.15
    Daily Coventry Focus on the best arts and homelessness projects in Coventry including Crisis. Main Hall – Zoom with auto captions
  • 11.15-12.15
    Co-creation panel exploring how projects are ensuring there is true co-creation with people who are/have been homeless Chaired by David Tovey (AHI) with David Ford (Expert Link), Matt Turtle (Museum of Homelessness), Rachelle Morgan (Coventry Homelessness Forum) and Kanyi Wyban (Mathare Green Movement, Kenya). Main Hall – Zoom with auto captions
    Drumming workshop and practice exchange with Mahandra Patel from Kadence Music and international examples on film from Marimbea (Colombia) and Basket Beats (Barcelona). Lower Hall – live streamed
  • 12.30-13.30
    Open Space –
    the audience in person and on Zoom is invited to host discussions. Main Hall – Zoom with auto captions
  • 13.30-14.30Free Lunch for in-person attendees
  • 14.30-15.00
    Open Space de-brief.
    Main Hall – Zoom with auto captions
  • 15.15-16.15
    Cultural Spaces Responses to Homelessness panel. Chaired by Lora Krasteva (AHI) with Benjy Laine (AHI Associate), Anastasia Ackers (National Theatre of Wales) and Americo (Hecho en Buenos Aires). Main Hall – Zoom with live captions and translated into Spanish and Portuguese
    Music Production professional development
    – sharing music and ideas of getting your music heard – chaired by Ben Davenport (Crisis) with Simon Anderson (Audio Network), Mash P (musician, Sierra Leone), Simon Leroux (Mustard Tree), Aaron Woodehouse (musician, Coventry), Carl Wiley (Lyte Collective, Chicago), Tom Besford (English Folk Expo). Lower Hall – Lived streamed
  • 16.30-17.30
    Restorative Approaches panel with Rhoda Ronsen (Red Line Service, Chicago) and members. Main Hall – Zoom with live captions
    Creative Writing practice exchange
    led by Lisa Ogun’ (AHI Associate) with Esther Harris (Book Collective), Crash Duncan (Path With Art, Seattle) and Jazzle Dunne (poet). Lower Hall – Live streamed

‘Home’ Festival evening programme includes a Home Grown Film Night at The Box, Fargo (19.00-22.00) and Cardboard Citizen’s production ‘The Ruff Tuff Cream Puff Estate Agency’, Belgrade Theatre, 19.30. Summit delegates are eligible for £1 tickets here with code WELCOME.