Sat, 29 Apr|
107 Projects Redfern
The. Harlem. Project.
The impacts of cultural universalism on black artists.
Time & Location
29 Apr, 7:00 pm
107 Projects Redfern, 107 Redfern St, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia
About The Event
Art is a mirror of society, reflecting back who we are and what matters to us. It influences and reinforces our opinions and beliefs. As such, artists become conduits that define and shape our culture.
The discussion will focus on addressing how cultural universalism impacts black artists, and reinforce the importance of recognising and appreciating our own art in order to tackle the misrepresentation and underrepresentation of our art.
This event will create a space for artists to showcase their work to help black art and culture thrive. It will foster diverse viewpoints that push forward an intellectual and cultural shift in the black community.
19:35 Poem recitation: We Must Win
19:50 Panel discussion + Q&A
20:30 Art exhibition + Book Signing [Hip Hop & Hymns by Mawunyo Gbogbo]
22:10 Closing words