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The Decolonising the Arts Curriculum zine was first launched at Central Saint Martins in June 2018. Read a write-up about the event here: http://tle.myblog.arts.ac.uk/zine-launch-decolonising-the-arts-curriculum/

  

Photos above: Zine contributor Abbas Zahedi speaking (with child) at the CSM Zine launch June 2018, plus images of the display.

At the start of 2019 a call out will be made for contributions to a second zine, to further decolonisation of the arts curriculum and pedagogic practices. The second zine will be launched at Central Saint Martins with an exhibition and events series in the summer term of 2019. Please contact us if you are interested in getting involved: DecolonisingtheArtsCurriculumZine@arts.ac.uk

In the meantime we will use this web space to promote other activities that are opening physical spaces for decolonising the arts curriculum at CSM.

 

Coming up:

From November – December 2018 an exhibition and event series entitled The Age of New Babylon will take place in the CSM Lethaby Gallery. This is led by zine contributors Samboleap Tol and Abbas Zahedi. Find more details on: https://ofnewbabylon.com/

On 17 January 2019, 5-7pm, Reading Collections: the African-Caribbean, Asian and African Art in Britain Archive reading group will meet at Central Saint Martins (D107) on 17 January 2019, 5-7pm, to discuss the introduction to Black Phoenix n.1 (1978) by editors Mahmood Jamal and Rasheed Araeen. For more information and to register visit Academic Support Online: https://academicsupportonline.arts.ac.uk/

For more information about the African-Caribbean, Asian and African Art in Britain Archive, held at Chelsea College of Arts Library, see: https://www.arts.ac.uk/students/library-services/special-collections-and-archives/chelsea-collections-and-archives

 

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