Join us next month for our month-long ‘Children of the Gap: Conversations on Cultural Duality’ series in collaboration with Citizins.
Kicking things off a few days before the exhibition launch (which will include a performance by writer/poet GREEdS and live painting by Citizins) join us on Tuesday, 22nd March for a Twitter discussion hosted by social impact platform #CultureFix where we’ll be delving further into the theme of cultural duality and creativity.
Throughout April we’ll also be hosting film screenings including British Ghanaians: Lost In Translation and the iconic ‘Pressure’ by Trinidadian-born filmmaker Horace Ové at Maida Hill Place.
We’re inviting you along to join us as we learn about the multiplicity of ways in which a new generation of creatives are bringing the gap between their experience of being born or raised in the West whilst also being part of a more distant, but no less rich cultural heritage.
Don’t forget to follow us on social media where we’ll be highlighting our featured artists and sharing our own ‘tales from the gap.’
We’re really looking forward to seeing you there!
To purchase tickets please visit our Eventbrite page
To submit work check out our Call to Artists (deadline Monday, 29th February)