15 March 2020, 2pm-3.30pm
New Art Exchange
Join poet and educator Panya Banjoko and Masters' students from Nottingham Trent University's School of Art for a relaxed Sunday afternoon sharing food and stories in our CaféBar.
Taking inspiration from Dawinder Bansal's Jambo Cinema and to mark its closing, they will be celebrating local community stories. Come along to this social gathering to explore the experience of arriving, living and growing up in Nottingham together, exchanging memories across cultures to make new connections and share first, second and third-generation stories. Refreshments will be provided.
Panya Banjoko is a UK based writer, poet and PhD candidate at Nottingham Trent University. Her debut collection, Some Things, was published by Burning Eye Books (2018). Her work is published in numerous anthologies, and her poem, They and Them, featured in Mic Drop, an exhibition by artist Keith Piper at Beaconsfield Gallery, London. She has been artist in residence at the International School, Stuttgart, Jaipur Literature Festival, and for the National Trust's 100 verses at Charlecote Park in Warwickshire. Panya is a multi-award winning poet, co-ordinates a Black Writers Network and is patron for Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature.
Free | All are welcome