Occupy the Archives: Each One, Teach One

Wednesday 4 May, 7.00pm-9.00pm 2015 saw the rise in student campaigns such as #WhyIsMyCurriculumWhite, #Decolonise Sussex, and #RhodesMustFallOxford seeking to challenge the status quo in higher educational institutions. Meanwhile in secondary schools, African and Caribbean boys still face disadvantages in the education system, forcing us to consider how much progress has been made since the […]

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Lottery Funding Event: Making Connections

awards from £1,000 to £100,000 to support a wide variety of arts-related activities, from dance to visual arts, literature to theatre, music to combined arts. www.artscouncil.org.uk/funding/grants-arts  

NEW: Black History Courses from July – November 2016

Our new series of Black History Courses offer a unique opportunity for you to learn, explore and become inspired by the histories of Black people in Britain. Through a range of distinct five-week courses, you will work with leading experts and historians to critically engage with archives, unearth often untold histories, and gain a broader […]

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Fabric of Brixton: From Textiles to the Underground

from the Underground’s tile motifs with theatre designer Jenny Hayton. Free, booking is essential.  

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Fabric of Brixton: From Textiles to the Underground

from the Underground’s tile motifs with theatre designer Jenny Hayton. Free, booking is essential.  

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Object Exchange: Ania Bas, a magazine by young people from London

Object Exchange was commissioned by Art on the Underground in collaboration with Black Cultural Archives and William Morris Gallery. Led by artist Ania Bas young people, aged 16–22, went behind the scenes at Black Cultural Archives in Brixton and William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow to learn about each museum’s collections. Workshops in traditional and contemporary […]

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Object Exchange: Ania Bas, a magazine by young people from London

Object Exchange was commissioned by Art on the Underground in collaboration with Black Cultural Archives and William Morris Gallery. Led by artist Ania Bas young people, aged 16–22, went behind the scenes at Black Cultural Archives in Brixton and William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow to learn about each museum’s collections. Workshops in traditional and contemporary […]

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