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The day will include a mapping workshop, a portraiture activity, a scanning session in which we will encourage you to bring in your photos from the past and add them to the Broomhall archive, and an exhibition featuring a selection of curated local photographs. 

This drop-in event is free to attend and open to all ages. Tea, coffee and refreshments will be provided. For access and venue information, please see the Broomhall Centre’s website.

Anisa Nuh-Ali is taking part in Platform, an artist development initiative which  allows artists to explore new ideas in a public space, testing new thinking and research with engaged audiences. Platform forms part of the Freelands Foundation Artist Programme, a five-year programme supporting emerging artists across the UK in partnership with g39 Cardiff, PS2 Belfast and Talbot Rice Gallery Edinburgh. Find out more here.


Anisa Nuh-Ali (b.1994, Sweden) based in Broomhall is an artist, researcher and documenter who works in a variety of media including sculpture, sound and moving image to create installations. She is interested in utilising archives, social engagement and community.

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