Updated: Jun 12
We're incredibly excited to finally announce the three artists taking part in GCDA's Black History 365 Residency Programme which has been generously funded by Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Judith Kusi, Denise Rhule and Victoria Ajoku will be putting on a series of free public exhibitions, workshops and artist talks throughout the summer at selected GCDA venues, starting on Tuesday 16th May at Woolwich Front Room.
WFR will be exhibiting a series of pieces from artist Judith Kusi's Coloured People Artworks collection, in which she interrogates how we interpret and understand one another. The exhibition, which is on at WFR from Tuesday 16th May until Friday June 2nd, will then move to Kidbrooke Community Hub from Monday 12th until Friday 30th June. It will finish at Made in Greenwich from Saturday 8th July -Saturday 5th August.
Judith has already hosted a fantastic free art workshop at Woolwich Front Room, using collage to explore people, places and identities that are important to us.
Two further workshops will be held with Judith on Friday 30th June (Kidbrooke Community Hub) and Friday 4th August (Made in Greenwich). You can book these workshop dates on the same link. Please click here.
Details of Denise Rhule's and Victoria Ajoku's exhibtion and workshop dates will be announced very soon!
For further details about RBG's Black History 365 programme please click here.