Ania Bas is an artist and arts project programmer who works across text, performance, publishing and social engagement to create situations that support dialogue and exchange. Through her work Bas explores ways of working, making and thinking together that can challenge modes of participation, bring together people from diverse communities and make art relevant in everyday life.

Her work has been commissioned by the Tate, Whitechapel Gallery, Art on the Underground, Radar, Yorkshire Artspace. Bas is a co-founder of The Walking Reading Group (2013 - ongoing). She is Open School East Alumni (2013- 2014) and Faber Academy Alumni (2018).

Current works:
The Walking Reading Group on Care, (2017 - ongoing)
Gen Z, a lifestyle magazine co-created with young people from Gravesend, commissioned by Whitstable Biennale, (2018 - ongoing)
EOP and Public Programmer at Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2019-2020)

Selection of recent works:
A New Career In A New Townis a creative writing manual, a diary and …
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