Exhibitions, News, Urban

Voices from the Front Line

Voices From The Front Line is a multimedia arts and heritage project engaging young people aged 13-25​ from diverse backgrounds from our local Borough of Lambeth providing them with opportunities to learn new skills, be creative and investigate the heritage of their local area through archive visits, workshops, and creative activities. Voices from the Front […]

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Aesthetics, Photography, Public Art, Urban

Alice Marcelino: Kindumba

On the occasion of OPEN SOURCE 2016 (28-29 May), a public space arts festival initiated by Marie d’Elbée, photographer Alice Marcelino was invited to bring her Kindumba project to Gillett Square in Dalston (London). Kindumba (2013 to now) meaning My Hair in Kimbundo – one of Angola’s languages – celebrates black hair and its diversity by […]

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Call for participation, Exhibitions, Photography, Public Art, Urban

Call for participants – Afro hair project

Frizzy hair, curly hair, low cuts and hi-tops, afros and cornrows, braids, twists and dreadlocks, mad hairdos with no name, Afrohairstylers of all ages… Join us for free photo sessions by London-based Angolan photographer Alice Marcelino as part of OPEN SOURCE Festival on Gillett Square, Sat 28 May. OPEN SOURCE is a multidisciplinary arts festival […]

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Aesthetics, Exhibitions, Photography, Public Art, Urban

We do Black hair

We do Black hair proposes to bring together the local African and Caribbean communities as part of OPEN SOURCE Festival through an afro hair event addressing ongoing questions of aesthetic canons, identity politics, and visual representations in the media. This project is informed by the all-too-common experience of the random “Can I touch your hair?” […]

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