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Launch of Black Cultural Activism Map
October 13, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Join us for the launch of Black Cultural Activism Map, the first of a two-part series of events celebrating and connecting visions, stories, lessons and legacies of Black and Brown cultural resistance in the UK.
The Stuart Hall Foundation has commissioned young artists, activists, designers and researchers to explore moments of cultural resistance in the UK through individuals, organisations and political interventions.
This launch event will bring together three of the commissioned arts collectives Skin Deep, Voices that Shake! and RECLAIM for a dynamic afternoon of performances, film screenings, artistic presentations, panel discussions, singing for justice and more.
£10 Full price / £6 Concessions
We have limited number of free access tickets available, get in touch with us to find out more.
*We call this the Black Cultural Activism Map to honour the legacies of political blackness from which we have grown. We wish to be inclusive of black, brown and diasporic peoples. We recognise that our work is part of an ongoing conversation.
Black Cultural Activism Map has been supported with funding from Arts Council England and Unbound Philanthropy. This event is supported by Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.
Artists and contributors
Skin Deep is a London-based multimedia platform that amplifies voices of colour through the discussion of race and culture, inspiring much needed conversations around themes that are usually misrepresented or depoliticised by the mainstream media. Skin Deep’s multimedia project is based around a print publication, live events and interactive digital exhibition that responds to the theme: MOVEMENT(S). Through original nonfiction, fiction, poetry, artwork and illustration Skin Deep have invited their contributors to think about, through and around the political journeys of black and brown activists.
Voices that Shake! is a collective that brings together young people, artists and campaigners to develop creative responses to social injustice. Using a model of personal transformation and structural change, Shake! challenges established imbalanced power-bases and re-imagine new infrastructures in opposition to capitalism and colonialism. Shake! will deliver a multimedia performance showcase (musical oral history, storytelling, spoken word, film, soundscapes and visual collage) collaboratively devised between four artist facilitators from SHAKE!. Featured artists include Sai Murray, Dhelia Snoussi, Globe Poets and Nawi Collective.
RECLAIM is a youth leadership and social change organisation. It was set up in Manchester in 2007 to identify and support young leaders from an intensely pressurised community. Their work allows young people to develop their skills and potential and to build their pathway to make the world a better place for all. Through their commission RECLAIM will unveil the hidden cultures in Manchester merging art, politics and creativity and look at how linking these mediums can say so much about the world we live in today. They will revisit, reimagine and revive stories of black and brown activism from the past – stories from the north that have shaped the lives of many in Manchester communities today.
- October 13, 2018
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- £6 – £10
- Event Categories:
- Arts, Exhibitions, History, Museums
- Event Tags:
- Arts Council England, Black Culture, Cultural, Cultural Event, Digital, Launch Event, Poetry, Politics, Social Change, Urban Art
- Stuart Hall Foundation
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