Black Blossoms Exhibition

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11 Jul - 02 Oct 2016

9am to 8pm

Black Women are speaking up.
Black Women are no longer invisible.
Black Women are not afraid to shine.
Black Women are unapologetically loving themselves.
Black Women are championing their sisters.
Black Women are tearing down the oppressive racist and patriarchal system which is enforced upon them.
Black Women are Blossoming
The Black Blossoms Exhibition celebrates and highlights the voices of Black Women, a group which is often invisible, silenced and oppressed in society. Through film, photography and illustration recent UAL graduates have explored the intersections of gender, race and identity. This exhibition challenges and deconstructs stereotypes in order to re-establish an authentic and inclusive narrative of Black Womanhood.
The exhibition has been curated by Education Officer (15-16) and Black Blossoms founder Bee Tajudeen.

There will be a programme of events that run along side the 
exhibition, for more information please visit .

Exhibitors: Azarra Christie, Cara Brown, Diana Burton, Dionne Ward, Fiona Walsh, Francesca Cozier, Habiba Nabisubi, Kudzanai Violet Hwami, Melodie Holliday, Mikela Henry-Lowe, Molly Ofori-Mensah, Nicole Muskett, Portia Baker, Rebbeca Osewa, Samia Malik, Shani-Louise Osei, Silvia Rosi, Taiwo Sonekan, Yharnna Dior Joseph.

The UAL Showroom is open to the public and free to visit with no booking required. For more information and opening times please visit the UAL Showroom web page.