Lok my voice

2016

8 June: African Arts and Literatures today
Christine Eyene and Renée Mussai
Archival Matters – Curatorial Practice and the Postcolonial Archive
Research Centre for Material Culture, Leiden

6-7 June: L’Atelier II: Cartographie de l’espace postcolonial
Led by Françoise Vergès
Collège d’études mondiales, FMSH, Paris

2 June: Creative workshop with Rusangano Family
part of Murder Machine exhibition
Ormston House, Limerick

12 May: Launch of new sound piece by Linda O’Keeffe
part of Murder Machine exhibition
Ormston House, Limerick

11 May: The Otolith Group in conversation with Christine Eyene
part of Murder Machine exhibition
Ormston House, Limerick

26 March: Rencontres Averroes, Rabat

17 Feb: Making Histories Visible Lecture Series: Christine Eyene
UCLan, Preston

18 Jan: George Hallett: Jazz in Exile
Valand Academy – University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg

2015

Sat. 5 Dec, 2.00 pm: Carte de Visite – Gallery Talk
A conversation between Lubaina Himid and Christine Eyene
Hollybush Gardens, London

6-7 November: Conference Fast Forward: Women in Photography
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium, London

3-4 November: Workshop : Figurer/Exposer/Représenter le corps du refoulé postcolonial, Le cas « français »
Collège d’études mondiales, Paris

31 October: 2015 Visible Award: Temporary Parliament
Tate Liverpool

3-4 October
Panel discussions and workshops as part of IAM ART & FASHION launch
Galerie MAM, Douala, Cameroon

16 Sept: Finding Fanon Two (2015) by artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy
Screening and conversation with Christine Eyene
Fabrica, Brighton, as part of Brighton Digital Festival

17 Sept: Christine Eyene and Blaise Ndjehoya in conversation
Pan African Space Station, Fondation Cartier, Paris

1 Aug: All Of Us Have A Sense Of Rhythm Curator’s tour.
David Roberts Art Foundation, London.
Sat 25 July: Mapping the Sonic, a presentation of sound works from All Of Us Have A Sense Of Rhythm.
World of Art, WOMAD, Malmesbury.
Thurs 23 July: Curator Christine Eyene in conversation with artist and curator Barby Asante.
Part of All Of Us Have A Sense Of Rhythm, David Roberts Art Foundation, London.
11 July: An evening of Live Music by artists Larry Achiampong, Julien Bayle and Evan Ifekoya.
Part of All Of Us Have A Sense Of Rhythm.
David Roberts Art Foundation, London.
26 June: Collegium for African American Research Conference
Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool.
13 June: All Of Us Have A Sense of Rhythm – Curator’s tour.
David Roberts Art Foundation, London.
10 April: FORMAT International Photography Festival – Conference
QUAD, Derby, UK19 March: Imag(in)ing the Black Body
A talk by Christine Eyene and conversation with Zanele Muholi
New Art Exchange, Nottingham.
17 March: Public Lecture by Zanele Muholi
University of Central Lancashire, Preston

2014

October: Harare Conversations, National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare.

17 June: The (Mis)representation of Women in Arts and Media: An Intergenerational debate.
BOZAR, Brussels.

30 Avril: Art, Design and Performance Lectures, University of Central Lancashire, Preston.

27 March: Magiciens de la Terre / Colloque 2014, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.

28 February: Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe.

2013

24 October: ‘Black Out’, Christine Eyene and Zoe Whitley in conversation.
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

17 and 18 October: 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, Forum. Conversation with Senam Okudzeto, and book launch with Koyo Kouoh and Zineb Sedira.
Somerset House, London.

27 June: Art Connect – Gideon Mendel in conversation with Christine Eyene.
Tiwani Contemporary, London.

22 May: Something You Should Know. Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris.

17 May: Megumi Matsubara & Nástio Mosquito in conversation with Christine Eyene
Yokohama Creative City Center, Yokohama.

28 March: “Art Connect: Women Artists from Africa and its Diasporas”, as moderator.
Tiwani Contemporary, London.

14 February: ‘Visual Traditions, past and present
Rivington Place, Institute of International Visual Arts, London.

2012

22 November: ‘Sabine Mooibroek interviewed by Christine Eyene’. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

2-3 November: ‘Parallel Models of Curating
Colloquium organised by the Clark Institute and the Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

July: ‘Contemporary African Art and the Global Market’, as moderator of a panel discussion organised by Tiwani Contemporary as part of Africa Utopia. Southbank Centre, London.

June: ‘Images and Words: communities telling their own stories’, moderator of panel discussion as part of ‘Roma-Sinti-Kale-Manush’. Rivington Place, Autograph ABP, London.

May: Series of panel discussions as moderator and speaker. Dak’Art – Biennale of Contemporary African Art, Dakar.

2011

October: ‘Reflections on the Self’, curator’s talk. The Gallery, Norwich.

October: ‘In the Spotlight: Zimbabwe in Venice’ as moderator and speaker.

Rivington Place, Institute of International Visual Arts, London.

October: ‘Le Studio et le Monde’, colloquium on photography in Africa, as part of Photoquai 2011 – Biennial of World Images. Musée du Quai Branly, Paris.

July-August: ‘Curating and Art Criticism: current trends from an international perspective’, as part of Gwanza 2011, followed by workshops with photographers. National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare and Bulawayo.

June: ‘Curating in Africa and the Diaspora: from network to collaborative practice’ with Raphael Chikukwa, Curator of the Zimbabwe Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennial. FOCUS11 – Contemporary Art Africa, Basel.

March: ‘Reflections on the Self’, curator’s talk. Royal Festival Hall, London.

March: ‘L’Art au Féminin’, curator’s talk with artists of the exhibition ‘Kaddu Jigeen – Women Speak Out’.
Institut Français Léopold Sédar Senghor, Dakar.

January: ‘Cross Cultural – Curating in the Diaspora and Africa’. National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare.