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In Conversation: Marlene Smith and Malcolm Dickson

Saturday 21 May, 2.00pm to 3.30pm.


Malcolm Dickson, co-curator of Passion, will discuss Maud Sulter’s work with artist Marlene Smith, a key figure in the British black arts movement.

Maud Sulter (1960—2008) was an artist and poet of Scottish-Ghanaian descent. She believed passionately in the longstanding historical links between Europe and Africa, aiming ‘to put black women back in the centre of the frame’. Her inventive and multi-layered images and collages explore the forgotten histories of black women, from a mysterious African American sculptor to the French Creole muse of poet Baudelaire.

The talk will be followed by refreshments.

Event takes place as part of Bradford Literature Festival 2016.

Free event, donations welcome.

Booking advised.
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Ticket sales will end on Eventbrite at 12pm, Saturday 21 May 2016, however seats may still be available on the day without booking, just turn up or call us on 01274 737843 to enquire.


Passion
is a Street Level Photoworks/Autograph ABP partnership in association with TrAIN.

 

Terpsichore from 'Zabat' (1989)  Maud Sulter, courtesy Edinburgh City Art Centre

Terpsichore from 'Zabat' (1989) Maud Sulter, courtesy Edinburgh City Art Centre