Glasgow Zine Fest Curating Anti-Racism: Zine Workshop
Sun 19 April 2020
Curating Anti Racism
The first part of this workshop will be formed around a discussion led by artist Natasha Ruwona regarding anti-colonial and decolonial practices regarding curation and art-making.
Through studying the work already completed by other artists, authors and institutions, participants will be invited to contribute a page (or more!) to a zine about anti-colonial methods which will then be distributed publicly.
The workshops asks the question of how, and if, the arts can be truly decolonial, and which methods that we as individuals and collectively can create to achieve best practice.
Natasha Ruwona is an artist, curator and programmer whose visual practice engages with postcolonial, decolonial and anti-colonial discourse through research. She is currently a project coordinator for UncoverED collective at The University of Edinburgh.
No prior experience, reading or knowledge is required to attend. For optional reading suggestions please see our website.
BSL is available for workshops upon request - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before 1 April 2020.
Part of GZF2020
2.30pm - 4.30pm, £2/£4/£6/£8/£10 (sliding scale) + £1 booking fee, Intermedia Gallery / 15+
Book online / 0141 352 4900