UAL Decolonising Arts Institute
Challenging colonial legacies and disrupting ways of seeing, hearing, thinking and making art
The new UAL Decolonising Arts Institute seeks to challenge colonial and imperial legacies and drive social, cultural and institutional change.
We imagine the Institute as a de-centred, disruptive, evolving and porous space. We will create interdisciplinary collaborations and research-driven projects through partnerships across UAL and beyond.
The Institute is in its pilot year, with plans to launch in autumn 2020.
Find out more about what we do and contact us if you'd like to learn more or get involved.
To find out more about upcoming events and how we can work with you, please get in touch:
Professor susan pui san lok, Institute Director
Clare Pattenden, Institute Manager
Dr Anjalie Dalal-Clayton, Institute Research Fellow
Ashleigh M Barice, Institute Research Assistant
Chelsea College of Arts
D Block, D313
16 John Islip Street
Decolonising the Archives - a new collaborative initiative at UAL- has announced a call for a series of 9 month research residency opportunities in 2020.
UAL has appointed Dr susan pui san lok as Director of the UAL Decolonising Arts Institute and Professor in Contemporary Art.
UAL Decolonising Arts Institute, TrAIN Research Centre at Chelsea and London College of Fashion are pleased to welcome Dr Elisa Joy White (UC Davis) as a Visiting Scholar to UAL.