Fife Contemporary invites you to join them to explore, listen and learn about Scottish-based artworks and projects that are in support of, and that celebrate, artists and people from African and Caribbean heritage as we mark Black History Month 2020.
This is a Live Zoom event on Thu 29 October 2020, 3.30-5.30pm.
Speakers range from researchers, artists, curators and project facilitators. Some even span all of these disciplines. We will be joined by Wezi Mhura, Ashanti Harris, Veronique Lapeyre and Tiffany Boyle. each speaker will give a presentation on their practice and there will be time for Q&A at the end.
Wezi Mhura is the creative producer of the Black Lives Matter Scottish Mural Trail along with many other projects.
Ashanti Harris is a multi-disciplinary visual artist and researcher working with dance, performance and movement, alongside sculpture, film and installation.
Veronique Lapeyre is the founder of Zanana Project that supports the creative ambitions of Black, Asian, Mixed Heritage + People of Colour in Scotland and beyond.
Tiffany Boyle is one half of Mother Tongue, which is a research-led, independent curatorial practice working locally and internationally, formed in 2009.
Explore more information about each speaker on the right – more information will be added soon.
This event is free and for all! Booking is essential so please register below.
Please be aware upon entering the Zoom meeting, you will be muted with your cameras off. We will be recording this live event and therefore will ask you to keep your camera off if you do not wish to appear.
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