Tue, Nov 10|
Art as Seed of Political Alternatives
This lecture will explain the Black Lives Matter protests concerning problematic art earlier this year, the return by some major museums of looted art, the re-labeling of exhibits, and the representation of the diverse societies of today.
Time & Location
Nov 10, 2020, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM GMT
About the Event
A review of the response of the National Galleries to the Black Lives Matter campaign: many issued statements, some rewrote descriptions while others looked for partners. Michael Ohajuru looks at who got it right and who got it wrong, and how other countries are dealing with it.
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A recording will be made of this event and can be bought separately after the event has taken place.
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This ticket is for people who have credit with Art Historical London due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and the cancellation of physical lectures, or because they have paid offline. Your sale will be matched with our records, please note that if you have no credit with Art Historical London your entry to the lecture will be blocked.Price£0.00