A creative workshop exploring different aspects of the Black Identity that embodies ‘Joy’, specifically through the lens of Black Hair.
RhyanRhyan is a Multidisciplinary artist, based in Hackney, London. Rhyan has collaborated with a number of creative and grassroots agencies, such as Tate Britain, Livity, Studio Moross, Adam & Eve DDB, and the V&A. RhyanRhyan is also a Future Producer at Somerset House and currently studying BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design.
A creative, collaboratively led workshop that explores different aspects of the Black Identity that embodies ‘Joy’ specifically through the lens of Black Hair.
At its core, the workshop will be a safe space to share our Black and Brown Hair experiences whilst engaging in exciting collaborative and interactive activities using music, art, and community practices to collectively connect us with one another, whilst exchanging knowledge with the intention of inspiring our Black and Brown communities.
The Black Joy: Black Hair Workshop will explore…
- A brief history of the different interpretations of what Black Joy is.
- A brief overview of the evolution of Black Hair, and how it’s been represented in culture, media, and arts.
- A discussion exploring how to redefine our relationship with our hair.
- What is the future of Black Joy?
- Finally, how can we express Black Joy with our hair?
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