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TalkingART Lates: Developing and preserving Black British Stories with EVEWRIGHT
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WhenJun 27, 2019 - Jun 27, 2019
Migration Museum at The Workshop,
26 Lambeth High Street,
London, SE1 7AG
Thursday 27 June 2019 | 6pm–8pm
Migration Museum at the Workshop
26 Lambeth High Street, London, SE1 7AG
Free – advance registration essential
Join contemporary artist EVEWRIGHT as he explores the ideas around alternative space and challenges perceptions of where art can be experienced and enjoyed.
He will discuss the black artist gaze, storytelling, sound installation and why he uses the medium of photo etching as a means of telling and preserving Black British stories.
The event coincides with our staging of EVEWRIGHT’s Caribbean Takeaway Takeover: Identities and stories, an interactive pop-up art and sound installation showcasing the stories of Windrush generation elders by artist EVEWRIGHT that will be on display at the Migration Museum throughout June.
Please register in advance for this free event to guarantee participation on the evening.
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This event is part of our TalkingART series of lates. Our TalkingART Lates are a series of free and informal conversations with artists, photographers, oral historians and more, as they reflect on their personal experiences in using different art forms to tell diverse stories. All are welcome – drinks and nibbles will be available.
Other TalkingART Lates in the series:
Curating Social Issues, Thursday 25 April 2019 (6pm–8pm)
Photography & Representation with Chris Steele-Perkins, Thursday 9 May 2019 (6pm–8pm)
Curate, Create, Communicate, Thursday 13 June 2019 (6pm–9pm)
Exhibiting Oral Histories – Who tells our stories? With Alan Dein, Thursday 18 July 2019 (6pm–8pm)
The Caribbean Takeaway Takeover project and its associated events are in partnership with the Migration Museum and supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
For more information, visit: www.caribbeantakeawaytakeover.worpress.com or follow EVEWRIGHT on Twitter: @evewrightstudio