Young, Black & Present
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Festival

Young, Black & Present
28 October 2017
New Art Exchange

What does it mean to be young, black and British today? How are young people in Nottingham responding to contemporary issues through their work, community action, art and activism?



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Soetry
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Music
  • Performance

Soetry
2 November 2017
New Art Exchange

Award winning poet Panya Banjoko and ABII, internationally known singer-songwriter, combine their poetic and musical skills to create Soetry.



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NG83: When We Were B Boys
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Film screening
  • Talk

NG83: When We Were B Boys
4 November 2017
New Art Exchange

Adolescent dreams meet the realities of adulthood as five former breakdancers reflect on their youthful rites of passage through the vibrant UK hip hop scene.



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Exhibition Launch: Digging Deep
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Exhibition launch

Exhibition Launch: Digging Deep
6 October 2018
Central Gallery

Join us for a special afternoon as we launch and celebrate the hidden history of former coal miners of African and Caribbean heritage from across the UK.



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Young, Gifted and Black
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Music
  • Performance

Young, Gifted and Black
12 October 2018
New Art Exchange

Presenting a selection of young Nottingham-based music artists of African and Caribbean descent who have been making their mark within the city's vibrant music scene.



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Skindeep
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Workshops

Skindeep
13 October 2018
New Art Exchange

Join us for a workshop using humour and quality skin products to explore how activists can take care of their physical and mental wellbeing offline.



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What's Race Got To Do With It
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Discussion

What's Race Got To Do With It
13 October 2018
New Art Exchange

This year's Young, Black & Present panel explores colourism, media representation and what is to be part of a young diaspora community in the UK today.



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Rafiki Jazz Up Close!
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Music
  • Performance

Rafiki Jazz Up Close!
18 October 2018
New Art Exchange

Rafiki Jazz are nine musicians remixing roots music and telling modern day stories with a glance back to the ancients.



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Calypso: Licks and Politricks
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Music
  • Performance
  • Talk

Calypso: Licks and Politricks
1 November 2018
New Art Exchange

Master musician, lyrical poet and the BBC's resident Calypsonian, Alexander D Great returns to NAE for an evening
of performance and discussion exploring the social and political history of Calypso music.



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Style in my DNA
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Discussion

Style in my DNA
10 November 2018
New Art Exchange

As a migrant, born in Jamaica and raised in Nottingham, Lorna Holder became a successful designer 'making it happen' in Britain, and her story bears witness to the evolution of fashion within the British Caribbean community.



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Nightclubbing: Drink Deep from the Light of the Universe
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Performance

Nightclubbing: Drink Deep from the Light of the Universe
8 December 2018
New Art Exchange

Artist Rachael Young and her badass band of super humans embrace speculative fiction and visceral live music in a new performance installation, emerging from a weeklong residency at NAE.



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SheAfriq: Art Dates
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Gallery tour

SheAfriq: Art Dates
13 December 2018
New Art Exchange

Art Dates is a new series of social art gallery based events hosted by SHEAfriq



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Windrush: Journeys To Nottingham
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Discussion

Windrush: Journeys To Nottingham
10 January 2019
New Art Exchange

Join us as we launch the first collection of interviews and stories from Nottingham's Windrush generation and their descendants



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Truth Black History
  • Archived
  • Artist Tours and Talks
  • Black History Season
  • Children and Families
  • Community
  • Performance

Truth Black History
6 October 2019
New Art Exchange

Through music, spoken word and poetry, we reflect upon the relationship between Black history and the mental health issues affecting Black communities today.



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Black&
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Community
  • Talk

Black&
19 October 2019
New Art Exchange

With a collective understanding that Blackness is not a fixed notion and is experienced differently by members of the black community; join us for an open conversation that focuses on intersectionality, commonplace and everyday existence.



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Sip and Paint
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Workshops

Sip and Paint
25 October 2019
New Art Exchange

All Black Connect presents a relaxed painting session designed and lead by local artist Kim Thompson.



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DON’T TOUCH MY HAIR
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Dance

DON’T TOUCH MY HAIR
26 October 2019
New Art Exchange

Through dance, devising, debate and performance set to Solonge Knowles’ song, Don’t Touch My Hair, this workshop explores the topic of ‘hair petting’, the touching of black or mixed raced people’s hair without their permission.



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BLACK FUTURITY AND RESISTANCE
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Halloween
  • Talk
  • Young people

BLACK FUTURITY AND RESISTANCE
31 October 2019
New Art Exchange

Join Kehinde Andrews, Arit Etukudo and Omara Dyer-Johnson to explore how Resistance is understood within different contexts, be that art, film or literature; fiction or real life.



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HORROR NOIRE
  • Archived
  • Black History Season
  • Film screening
  • Halloween

HORROR NOIRE
31 October 2019
New Art Exchange

Delving into a century of a film genre that utilised, caricatured, exploited, side-lined, and finally embraced them, Horror Noire traces the untold history of Black Americans in Hollywood through their connection to the horror genre.



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