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

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The first FREE visual art exhibition to be hosted at Woolwich Works this October is entitled Black in Full Colour. Curated by The Collective Makers – two local visual artists, Lison Sabrina Musset and Joseph Ijoyemi – the exhibition will present the work of some of the best emerging black visual artists in London.

This will include the winner of an open call competition, who will also take part in this talk, the first of our Café Conversations series.

This is the perfect opportunity to come and see the exhibition and then get a closer look by hearing directly from the artists involved.

More details to follow once the winner of the open call artist competition has been announced.

* Suitable for all ages.

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  • Free Entry

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  • Capacity limit

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  • Smoking not allowed

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Cafe Conversations: Lison Sabrina Musset in conversation with the Black in Full Colour winner

Type:Art Exhibition

Woolwich Works, Visitor's Book Cafe, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, SE18 6HD

Opening Times

Season (6 Oct 2021)
DayTimes
Wednesday17:30 - 19:30

* FREE Admission but book in advance to reserve a spot

Awards

  • Other AwardsVisit Greenwich Partner Visit Greenwich Partner 2021

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