Practice based PhD student Remi Allen has created this interest group with an aim for bringing together discourses on how to make the ‘brown feminist maker visible’.
Initial outline for BLAME:
- Support for the brown practicing artist or student artist
- Discussions regarding personal experiences
- Support for practice
- Funding advice
- Importantly a sense of belonging, being part of a community.
BLAME - Brown Leaders and Makers Exist first meet is on 5 March 2020
To launch BLAME, Remi Allen invites you to CSM on the 5th March 2020 at 2.30pm Seminar room D105.
To coincide with International Women’s Day. This will be an opportunity to meet face to face in a space, for an informal open discussion. Attendees can talk freely about topics they feel need debating. BLAME is an interest group that wants to support and learn from Brown artist’s experiences, we all have cultural knowledge that should be disseminated to others. All are welcome. Come enjoy and build confidence in your practice.
The BLAME Mission: Support – Discuss – Make – Wellness – Fund – Belong
This is to be an informal discussion, all welcome, so if you would like to join Remi please feel free and voice your views.
Contact Remi Allen firstname.lastname@example.org
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