Lost Legacies of the British Black Panthers: Summer Youth Project
12th – 23rd August 2019*
Are you aged 13-19? Are you interested in learning new skills in t-shirt design and printing, photography and zine making?
Join us for our summer project – part of the joint exhibition at 198 and Photofusion, which explores the legacy of the British Black Panthers. Using the work of the British Black Panthers official photographer Neil Kenlock as a starting point, the project will work with 13-19 year olds to find inspiration in the activism of the British Black Panthers and present their history to a new generation.
Through a series of workshops, young people will be invited to explore ideas of leadership, change and activism whilst learning new skills in photography, zine making and t-shirt printing.
Lost Legacies of the British Black Panthers: Summer Youth Project is free to attend. Limited spaces available!
198 Contemporary Arts and Learning: *12th-16th AUGUST 2019, 10.30-4PM
Workshops exploring ideas through design, using Photoshop and photography leading to the production of merchandise, such as T Shirts, bags and banners.
Telephone: 020 7978 8309
Address: 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, 198 Railton Road, SE24 0JT
PHOTOFUSION: *19th-23rd August 2019, 10.30-4.30pm
Workshops, discussing ideas of leadership, change and activism whilst learning new skills in photography, zine making.
Telephone: 020 7738 5774
Address: Behind the Brixton Recreation Centre, 6 Canterbury Crescent, Brixton SW9 7QD