Black in Full Colour is a free exhibition by emerging local black artists to celebrate their heritage and culture.

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A FREE exhibition by emerging local black artists to celebrate their heritage and culture.

Woolwich Works have partnered with The Collective Makers – two local visual artists, Lison Sabrina Musset and Joseph Ijoyemi – to present the work of some of the best emerging black visual artists from the borough and beyond. Both practising artists in their own right, The Collective Makers work to promote, inspire and mentor emerging artists from ethnically diverse backgrounds and seek to create opportunities for young artists within the Royal Borough of Greenwich and in partnership with other institutions.

* This FREE exhibition will be open throughout Black History Month in the Lillian Barker Space at Woolwich Works and is the first in a series of free visual art exhibitions that we’ll host throughout the year.

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Black in Full Colour

Type:Art Exhibition

Woolwich Works, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, SE18 6HD

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