Exhibition Launches: Dub Versions + Dissonance

1 July 2016, 6pm – 9pm

Join us to launch our summer season with an exhibition by painter Hurvin Anderson. His art is inspired by his experience of two cultures, growing up in Birmingham's Caribbean community and time spent living in Trinidad.

Also launching will be Beverley Bennett's Dissonance, where collaborator, Rob Flint will lead a spoken-word choir performance during the event.

Enjoy a complimentary drink on arrival and the Afro-fusion sounds of DJ Hemulen.

Admission: FREE
Age range: All are welcome

Image credit: Hurvin Anderson, Is It Ok To Be Black? (2016), courtesy of the artist and Thomas Dane Gallery, London

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