Unspoken Barriers: Black History Month, a Future Perspective

Unspoken Barriers: Black History Month, a Future Perspective

Unspoken Barriers: Black History Month, a Future Perspective

06 Oct – 15 Nov 2014

Exhibition

Tuesday 7 October – Friday 14 November
10am-6pm
Darkroom Gallery and Workshop Block Corridor.

Panel Discussion and Exhibition Private View

Tuesday 14 October
6-9pm
Podium Lecture Theatre.
Panellists are MC and author Akala, BBC Asian Network presenter and producer Mim Shake, Aisha Richards, founder of Shades of Noir, and LCC photojournalism graduate Hildegard Naango Titus, with Aaron Kiely (former NUS Black Officer) as the chair. The panel will discuss Black representation within art, media and design and how this representation can change.

Film Screening: ‘Freedom on my Mind’

Tuesday 28 October
6-9pm
Podium Lecture Theatre.

Celebration event

Thursday 30 October
5-9pm
Darkroom Bar.

Unspoken Barriers

Unspoken Barriers

Come and celebrate Black History Month with the African Caribbean Society.

Unspoken Barriers is a major series of events created by the Vice President of LCC, Bee Tajudeen. Each series of events will concentrate on a different group of students entering the art and design world, linked to a liberation month. October’s focus is Black History Month.

Future events will be in February as part of LGBT History Month and March as part of Women’s History Month.

October’s series of events is kindly funded by the UAL Widening Participation fund, hosted at LCC and created by the Students’ Union. All events are supported by Shades of Noir and GEMS.

For further information about the events please email Bee Tajudeen (vplcc@su.arts.ac.uk) or Amy Cook (amy.cook@arts.ac.uk)