Talking Streets
A space for anthropology, education and community projects


Interested in why people do what they do? If you want to develop an understanding of cross-cultural human behavior from a global and local perspective, whether anthropological or educational tuition, to exploring a community arts project or professional guidance, I offer a wide range of options to develop your journey further:

 

  • Anthropology consultancy
  • Ethnographic training
  • Research Interviews, qualitative workshops 
  • Independent fieldwork short and long-term research projects, reports and evaluation
  • Devising focus groups and oral history training workshops
  • Public and private talks in ethnographic museums, art and photography galleries
  • Cultural events, tailor-made private, group visits and walks 
  • Anthropology educational courses, cultural taster days
  • Private individual and group tuition from A level to BA, MA, MSc and PhD 

“To anyone who would like help from brainstorming views on culture to anthropological essay writing, dissertation content, proof reading, editing, research aims and ethnographic fieldwork, I would highly recommend Yasmin with confidence. Thankyou so much”. 

Imogen Moore: BA (Hons) Social Anthropology:Durham Univ Sept16

Talking Streets: Passionate about Community Heritage and Cross Cultural Diversity for All

Streets talk in various ways. Not only through architectural design but through human performance, ranging from art and music to food, dance and oral histories. Whether global or local, from bright terracotta mud walls mixed with earth, to Buddhist mandala sand drawings and the symbolism of aboriginal dream time paintings, it raises the question of why different cultures decorate their walls and floors in different ways?

Gallery

The Talking Streets photo gallery of cross cultural visual expressions.

Education

A range of educational courses and workshops for you to experience and enjoy.

Exhibitions

Exhibitions and events that raise awareness of culture, heritage and community diversity.

Blog

For cultural contemplation, collaboration, views and news.

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