In Conversation: Whiteness, Representation & Visibility

In Conversation: Whiteness, Representation & Visibility

In Conversation: Whiteness, Representation & Visibility, in partnership with The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh

Thu 2 May, 11am–5pm. Free. 50 places.

11am–4.40pm at Dovecot, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT
5–6pm at The Fruitmarket Gallery, 45 Market Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1DF

A day of conversations and workshops seeking to highlight and address whiteness within arts institutions in Scotland. Developed by Natasha Ruwona and Claricia Parinussa Kruithof, the day is presented in a collaboration between Engage Scotland and The Fruitmarket Gallery and involves contributions from and conversations between a range of speakers and artists, aiming to establish intersectional approaches to take forward together. With contributions form Saaquib Afzal, Sequoia Barnes, D/ecology, Claricia Parinussa Kruithof, Briana Pegado, Natasha Ruwona.

This event is part of The Fruitmarket Gallery’s Connecting Communities strand, creative projects and events which broaden their work with a diverse range of communities, providing a framework in which to ask questions and address issues around identity and equality, community cohesion and mutual understanding between our changing and diverse communities.

Book tickets through Eventbrite and for more information join the Facebook event here.

 

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Supported by the City of Edinburgh Council
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