It took 19 years for Ken Fero to complete Ultraviolence, a shocking exposé of deaths resulting from beatings, shootings, teargassing etc. Fero is now back with another collaboration with Tariq Mehmood.
Tag: Video & Progressive Arts
Sounds of Resistance is a sound artwork that will take shape over the year. Local artist Felix Taylor will bring together the thoughts, feelings and inspirations of local people, on the past present and future of Brixton.
Typical, a play by Ryan Calais Cameron, tells the true story of former paratrooper Christopher Alder, 37, who choked to death while handcuffed and lying on the floor of a police station in Hull in 1998.
April 2021 is the 40th anniversary of the Brixton uprisings. On this date an ambitious cultural programme of events and activities will kick-off across Brixton. It will be a culturally democratic programme.
There will never be another year like this one… Applause and anger from balconies as a pandemic rages; military trucks carrying coffins; health care workers in personal protective equipment; and millions marching for racial justice.
Michelle Hubbard from the National Justice Museum, has asked us to circulate details of the project she is developing called ‘Ingenuity’, based on a historic collection of beautiful objects crafted by people in prison.
The RAAH.Fest took place on 24 October 2020. Viewers enjoyed live and pre-recorded performances. Proceeds from the event will support the National Family Fund and many other charities.
In October, the Royal Festival Hall will feature 21 classical composers of color in its first season since the country’s first lockdown this spring. Led by composer James B. Wilson and the Chineke! Orchestra.