Skin Deep is a creative powerhouse, redefining culture and amplifying voices of colour through discussions of race, politics and activism. Their online platform, biannual print publication and live events tell the stories others don’t. They have collaborated with creatives, musicians and writers, as well as Tate, ICA and Stuart Hall Foundation to produce and platform original and thought-provoking content which is fresh and accessible.
Since late 2017 Blackcurrent has partnered with a variety of collaborators, including Greenpeace, #Merky Books and Penguin Books. Specialised in creative direction and media production, Blackcurrent is a London-housed multidisciplinary creative studio disrupting the status quo with true diversity of thought.
For ages 18 – 25
For more information and to sign up for this course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The course requires access to a smartphone with sufficient memory space to download photography/film apps.
We strongly recommend that participants make sure they are available for all four sessions of the course and the final showcase.
The course takes place on the following dates:
Sun 3 Mar, 10am – 6pm: Foyle Pavilion, Level 3, Blue Side, Royal Festival Hall
Thu 7 Mar, 6pm – 10pm: Sunley Pavilion, Level 3, Green Side, Royal Festival Hall
Thu 14 Mar, 6pm – 10pm: Sunley Pavilion, Level 3, Green Side, Royal Festival Hall
Sun 24 Mar, 10am – 4pm: Sunley Pavilion, Level 3, Green Side, Royal Festival Hall
Sat 30 Mar, 8pm – 10.30pm: end-of-course showcase. See below for details.
The end-of-course showcase takes place on Saturday 30 March in Hayward Gallery at an event inspired by Kader Attia’s Parisian cafe and radical discussion space, La Colonie.
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The course is in response to Hayward Gallery exhibition Kader Attia: The Museum of Emotion.
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