Cha, a print publication from Brown Leaders and Markers Exist (BL&ME)
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- Published date 25 January 2023
Cha: what does Brownness mean to you? A print publication from Brown Leaders and Makers Exist (BL&ME)
In October 2022, the team behind the BL&ME Interest Group launched Cha, a print publication with a simple brief: ‘what does Brownness mean to you?’. 27 artist-researchers from around the world responded to explore this evolving mode of cultural identification in relation to its representation and inclusion in arts and culture.
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Post-Grad Interest Groups: Cha launch | Brown Leaders & Makers Exist (BL&ME)
Hosted at the Banquetting Hall at Chelsea College of Arts, Cha’s expansive creative community came together to celebrate this achievement. Performances from artists and contributors were complimented by talks from the team behind BL&ME.
Remi Rana-Allen and Srinivas Surti, Editors
Fred Kavanagh, Chief co-ordinator
Chris Allen, Creative Director
Camila Rivero-Lake, Designer
Arash Shiekhan, Event videographer
DJ Ritu, Performer
Cha is supported by:
University of the Arts London’s Post-Grad Community, Research at Camberwell, Chelsea, Wimbledon Colleges of Arts at University of the Arts London, University of the Arts London Student Support Fund, The Research Centre for Transnational Art, Identity, and Nation (TrAIN) Research Student Initiative Bursary, British Art Network, Tate and Paul Mellon Centre.
Triangle Gallery, Chelsea College of Art
Tuesday 21 March – Friday 24 March 2023
BL&ME are delighted to announce the next stage of Cha, a durational and performative exhibition that will be held during University of the Arts London’s Research Season in March 2023. Hosted at Chelsea College of Arts’ Triangle Gallery, the event will feature a selection of artworks and prints, alongside a schedule of performances – all stemming from BL&ME’s debut publication, Cha. The focus is to disseminate the core research findings from the print publication, with an emphasis on the context and format of the exhibition itself as it shifts in form and content throughout the week.
More details to follow
Chart is supported by:
University of the Arts London’s Post-Grad Community, Research at Camberwell, Chelsea, Wimbledon Colleges of Arts at University of the Arts London, British Art Network, Tate and Paul Mellon Centre.
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