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BLACK*artists

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BLACK* artists on the Move is a UK-wide organisation supporting artists of Afrikan, Caribbean, Asian, Latin American and non-European descent. We believe that unity is the way forward to consolidate the outstanding work that BLACK* artists are currently producing. Our purpose is community elevation and the achievement of equality.

 

BAOTM is delivering workshops in schools and libraries across the South West.

 

 

12 October 2022 Online launch of RUSH, a Black women's poetry excursion into the past 70 years. Please email blackartistsonthemove@gmail.com for entry details

 

 

15 October 2022 Online photography workshop led by Professor Shawn Sobers https://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/m-shed/whats-on/black-history-month-photography-and-the-representation-of-black-lives/

 

25 October 2022 Online performance Finding our Feet Once More 

BLACK* artists on the move is honoured to curate Finding Our Feet Once More, a global feast of artistic excellence and performances to celebrate Black History Month.

This scintillating programme brings together artists from Afrika (Arinda Daphine, dancer, Uganda), the Caribbean, (Neala Luna Bhagwansingh, poet, Trinidad), and Europe (Tree with Roots, UK poet) plus other guests.

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The last few years have challenged us all personally, emotionally, historically, politically. This event  unscrambles elements of those complex times allowing us all to emerge stronger, clearer, more purposeful. Do please join your feet with ours.

 

https://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/bristol-museum-and-art-gallery/whats-on/black-history-month-finding-our-feet-once-more/

 
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FLY! Festival of Black Women's Theatre

20th-25th June 2019

FLY! Festival of Black Women's Theatre is coming! And Paige Hernandez, all the way from Washington, will be joining us and sharing her hip hop theatre talents. Bristol. Performances and workshops galore!! 19-25 June. Be there! Tickets on sale on Bristol Headfirst and Bristol Old Vic websites from 9/5/2019.

I HOPE YOU FIND YOURSELF

Akeim Toussaint Buck, UK-based dancer and spoken word artist and Cameron Fisher produced this haunting piece as their collaboration.

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Black History Month and beyond