Author Archives: Nicola Triscott

About Nicola Triscott

Nicola Triscott is a cultural producer, curator, writer and researcher. She is the founder and Artistic Director/CEO of Arts Catalyst. Specialisation: interrelationships between art, science, technology and society.

Kigali Street Kids – a new film by Bret Syfert

Catalyst Rwanda’s journey to Rwanda with breakers Pervez and Bret Syfert to teach hip hop dance to the former street children at Les Enfants de Dieu centre for street children in Kigali, Rwanda, has touched and changed several lives. Since that … Continue reading

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Les Enfants de Dieu needs a new volunteer English teacher

The wonderful Les Enfants de Dieu (EDD) centre for street children in Kigali Rwanda is looking for volunteers. Please read, consider, pass on to like minded people. EDD is looking for a new volunteer English teacher from March 2013! Please … Continue reading

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Broadcast live to the world

by Kate Scanlan Ding dong ding dong, ding dong ding dong … the sound of the alarm at 06:00 on Sunday morning. We were so tired it was painful. Still, up we got and out the door. Rafiki, Willy and … Continue reading

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Saturday it’s Saturday-ea-eaeaea!

by Kate Scanlan Love Saturdays. Always do. Saturday’s mean one thing … breaking. This Saturday however we mixed it up a bit and Willy, Didier, Scarlett (my 1 year-old niece) and I headed down to Norbury to one of my … Continue reading

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Boats and balloons

  by Kate Scanlan Friday was a great day of friends, old and new, and another London adventure. Essentials …. binoculars, scooter and smiles We headed to the meet at the spot (our photo bench at Southbank Centre) and met … Continue reading

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It was a long big fun day

Kate Scanlan’s report on our big day at Southbank: Day 2 was the day we due to take over Southbank’s Purcell Room, and boy did we. I’m actually a day late in posting this because ….It was a long day. With … Continue reading

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A wonderful night!

What a wonderful evening yesterday at the Southbank Centre for Africa Utopia! We presented Bret Syfert’s film Yes, Man! and then Jude Kelly, artistic director of the Southbank, chaired a panel discussion with Rafiki Callixte (project manager, Les Enfants de … Continue reading

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