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Gallery So White: Action research workshop

25 June
1:00 pm
4:00 pm

Are you interested in decolonial approaches to curatorial practices in art galleries?

PhD student and Stuart Hall fellow Susuana Amoah is running a series of online action research workshops to examine the role of the curator in facilitating cultural equity in public art galleries, imagine new approaches to curatorial practice and co-create a framework for a decolonial curatorial education.

Click here to sign up for the workshop. It will take place via Zoom.

About the artist

Susuana Amoah is a Brighton-based cultural activist, artist-curator, and PhD researcher at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her research project explores decolonial approaches to curatorial practice in public contemporary art galleries. She is also the Community Officer at Arts Emergency, the co-convener of the Paul Mellon Centre’s Doctoral Researchers Network and a member of the Black Curators Collective. Amoah is also the University of Sussex Stuart Hall Foundation Fellow (2021/2022).

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Date:
25 June
Time:
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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