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Join us as we welcome Educator Bolanle Tajudeen back to the program to explore the intersection between race, art, healing and public health

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From the popular series ‘Art in the Age of Black Girl Magic’ educator Bolanle Tajudeen will be exploring the ways which Black women and Black non binary artists have used as art to highlight mental health, youth violence and the alternative healing methods. This class will also help guide learners on how self-care and wellbeing is encouraged in the Black community through artistic interventions

Bolanle Tajudeen (she/her) is the founder of Black Blossoms - an expanded curatorial platform showcasing contemporary Black women and non-binary artists since 2015. In 2020 Bolanle launched the Black Blossoms School of Art and Culture, an online learning platform decolonizing art education. Bolanle is also the lead tutor of Art in the Age of Black Girl Magic; an in-depth course delving into the historic and contemporary practices of Black womxn artists, lecturers have been delivered at Tate, Central Saint Martins and the Southbank with the course receiving national and international press.

OTHER CLASSES AVAILABLE THIS TERM ARE;

Monday 5th Oct - EARTH GODDESSES AND ECO FEMINISM

Monday Oct 12th – ARTEMISIA: THE MAKING OF AN ICON

Monday Oct 19th – A ‘Feminine Ill’: Endometriosis, Invisibility and Social Medicine

Monday Oct 26th – Girls Love Ink: A Herstory of Tattoo CulturE

Monday Nov 2nd – Censorship, Curatorial Activism and Cancel Culture

Monday Nov 9th – Draw Me Like One of your French Girls: A History of Life Models

Monday Nov 16th – When She Looks at Her: Searching for the Female and Lesbian Gazes in Film Culture

Tuesday Nov 17th – When She Looks at Her: Art History, Evolution and the Female Gaze

Monday Nov 23rd – Feminism, Food and Art.

Monday Nov 30th – The Formidable Nature of Bridget Riley: An Origins Story

Dec 7th – Women Who Kill: Exploring Gender Bias and Murder

Dec 14th – Art, Healing and Public Health

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