Join us for a panel discussion where will be discussing the lack of women of colour in the arts and creative industries.
The talk will be followed by a tour of the Black Blossoms Exhibition, which celebrates and highlights the voices of black women.
The Black Blossoms Exhibition celebrates and highlights the voices of Black Women, a group which is often invisible, silenced and oppressed in society.
Through film, photography and illustration recent UAL graduates have explored the intersections of gender, race and identity. This exhibition challenges and deconstructs stereotypes in order to re-establish an authentic and inclusive narrative of Black Womanhood.
The exhibition is open from 11 July - 2 October at the UAL Showroom, 272 High Holborn. It is open to the public and free to visit with no booking required.
This event is part of Art Licks Weekend, a festival that showcases the work of pioneering young artists, curators, galleries and project spaces in London.
(Artwork: Diana Burton)