The Long Table: “What does it mean to be a Black artist in the North?”talk • 28 Nov 2018 7:15pm–9:15pm
Explore the multiple challenges, visions and intersections of experience faced by Black artists based in the North.
This artist-led discussion will explore the multiple challenges, visions and intersections of experience that are faced by Black artists based in the North. Chaired by Slate Enabler Chardine Taylor-Stone, The Long Table is an open panel format where audience members can ‘take a seat at the table’ and join the debate. Led by Eclipse, Slate is a three-year movement supporting Black artists in the North to work on a local, national and international level.
Chardine Taylor-Stone is an award-winning cultural producer and feminist activist. She is the founder of Black Girls Picnic, a global movement in collective self-care for Black women and girls and Stop Rainbow Racism. She was formerly on the advisory board for Schools Out LGBT History.
Image credit: Slate Unlimited & Unlimited Panel Discussion. Photo by Thomas Husbands.
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