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    Kicking Dust Panel Discussion

    Wed 16 Jun, 5.30pm
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    Igshaan Adams Open Production at the A4 Arts Foundation in Cape Town, 2020. Courtesy of A4 Arts Foundation

    Uncover artist Igshaan Adams' distinct approach to materiality at a live-streamed discussion between a panel of experts.

    The conversation focuses on how the artist's choice of materials, and inventive and varied styles of weaving, lends itself to an exploration of identity, specifically in relation to race, religion and sexuality.

    The Cape Town-based panellists include scholar Dr Ala Alhourani, curator Josh Ginsburg and academic and curator Dr Portia Malatjie, led by writer and cultural theorist Ashraf Jamal.

    The event is held on National Youth Day in South Africa: a day commemorating the student-led Soweto Uprising of 1976. Tickets are free of charge to all students of any age, level and locality.

    Need to know

    Related event
    This discussion is part of the Hayward Gallery’s Igshaan Adams: Kicking Dust exhibition, which runs until Sunday 25 July. Find out more

    Where to watch

    This event takes place live online via Zoom. A link with joining details will be sent to bookers an hour before the event start time.

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    We hope you enjoy the event and we are excited to see you there!

    Dates & times

    Wed 16 Jun, 5.30pm

    Price

    • Standard entry: £5
    • Members: free
    • Concessions: free for students

    Southbank Centre takes a strong view on secondary ticketing. We require the lead booker to attend (photo ID may be requested). Tickets can only be resold by Southbank Centre or one of its authorised agents.

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