Heather Agyepong is a visual artist & photographer who lives and works in London. Heather attended the University of Kent where she studied a BSc Applied Psychology. She has recently completed an MA in Photography & Urban Cultures in which she was awarded the Kirsty MacColl 2014 Scholarship. For over five years Heather has gained experience working within the photographic & performance arts realms with a range of works that have been published, performed and exhibited. Heather has a keen interest in psycho-dynamics and how visual culture impacts mental and physical well being. She is also interested in visual sociology, performance, re-imagination, the archive and activism.
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.
- 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.
Unmasked Women is an exhibition channeling the Black British female experience through creatives.