Friday, May 12 at 7 PM – 9 PM
Photography, prose and performance
Ghana was the first nation in Sub-Saharan Africa to gain independence from colonial rule on 6th March 1957 spearheaded by visionary Osaygefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah. Marking the 60th year of Ghanaian independence in 2017, young Londoners of Ghanaian heritage explore their cultural identity and how it manifests in their creative contribution as part of the wider African Diaspora.
Curated by writer Christian Adofo, this event will feature a mixture of readings, visual media and an informal discussion with visual artist Heather Agyepong & poet Victoria Adukwei Bulley on identity, race and young London.
Tickets: £3, booking essential.
HEATHER AGYEPONG is visual artist & performer who lives and works in London. Her work is concerned with mental health & wellbeing, activism, archive and the diaspora.
VICTORIA ADUKWEI BULLEY is a British-born Ghanaian poet, writer and creative facilitator. Her work has been commissioned by the Royal Academy of Arts and has been featured in The Rialto, and BBC Radio 4.
CHRISTIAN ADOFO is a writer from North London, has written for The Guardian about the new wave of Afrobeats artists and how the sounds of the motherland inspires British artists of African descent.