International Women’s Day: 100 Black Women Who Have Made A Mark

International Women’s Day: 100 Black Women Who Have Made A Mark

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International Women’s Day: 100 Black Women Who Have Made A Mark

100 Black Women Who Have Made A Mark celebrates the stories of Black women who have made a positive change, whether it be across arts, education, technology, science or community activism. This roundtable conversation will be an opportunity to hear from the five visual artists working on the project ahead of the exhibition in October. It will also be an opportunity to be the first to find out who has been selected as sitters for this project featuring the portraits of 100 Black women from across Britain and Ireland.

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Serendipity, 1st floor, 21 Bowling Street, Leicester, LE1 6AS

Tel: 0116 482 1394

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International Women’s Day: 100 Black Women Who Have Made A Mark (8 Mar 2024)
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Friday18:00 - 20:00

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