The Beauty of Difference – Talk and Discussion

by Jerome Ince-Mitchell
Presented by HF ArtsFest and Link-Up Motive
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05 Jun

Shepherd’s Bush and Hammersmith and Fulham as a whole have a rich cultural history of people that have impacted British and world culture through sports, politics and the arts. This facilitated conversation aims to highlight the positivity of difference through the concept of Otherness and brings together three young artists/curators who have been working from inside art institutions addressing issues of representation and challenging institutional narratives. Local artists Jerome Ince-Mitchell is joined by speakers Sara Gulamali, Andrew Hart and Samboleap Tol.

This is a free event.

Presented by HF ArtsFest and Link-Up Motive

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