Exhibition

Unmasked Women : An exhibition about Black Mental Health

2 Sep 2016 – 4 Sep 2016

Event times

This exhibition is open from Saturday 3rd - Sunday 4th September from 10am - 6pm.

Opening Party: Friday 2nd September, 7pm – 11pm

Panel Discussion: Saturday 3rd September 2pm - 4pm

Testimony and Motivational Talk: Sunday 4th September 2pm - 2.30pm

Documentary Screening of ' Love Doc': Sunday 4th September 3pm - 4pm

Cost of entry

Friday opening party: £5.00 (+90p booking fee)

Saturday: £5.00 (+90p booking fee)

Sunday: £5.00 (+90p booking fee)

Three day weekend saver ticket: £13.00 (+£1:40 booking fee)

Tickets can bought on the events page or on the door.

The Artworks Elephant

London
Greater London, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • 28 bus routes which leave from various locations within Elephant & Castle. Please visit www.tfl.gov.uk for all route details.
  • Elephant and Castle (Bakerloo and Northern lines). Follow the signs to the Shopping Centre. Elephant Road is a short walk from the shopping centre.
  • National Rail: Elephant & Castle Exit is on Elephant Road.

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Unmasked Women is an exhibition channeling the Black British female experience through creatives.

About

Unmasked Women is an exhibition channeling the Black British female experience through creatives. 

Our first theme is health and well-being including an in-depth exploration of Black mental health within the UK.

In order to spark a much needed conversation about mental health within the Black British community, we aim to creatively document and showcase the work of several artists whilst creating a safe and open platform for further discussions.

This exhibition is open from Saturday 3rd - Sunday 4th September from 10am - 6pm and there are variety of events acompaning the exhibition. Full details can be found: http://www.un-masked.com/exhibition/  Buy tickets here:http://bit.ly/2bPJrGD or purcahse on the door. 

 

 

Curators

Nicole Crentsil

Exhibiting artists

Erin Corrian-Alexis

KirzArt

Mica Camilla

Mikela Henry-Lowe

Heather Agyepong

Juliana Kasumu

Gabriela Chase

Adama Jalloh

Azarra Amoy

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