Wed, 24 June 2020 12:30 – 13:30

Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s BAME network – invites you join us for a special event on Wednesday 24th June 2020.

EVEWRIGHT is a multi-disciplinary visual installation artist who challenges public environments to make spaces for Black British stories to exist and thrive. He creates mirrors where he can see and recognise himself to instigate conversations in the mainstream about what it means to be Black and British in the UK today.​​​​​​​

Everwright will be providing a audio visual film screening & powerpoint presentation of his work and his film Caribbean Takeaway Takeover, an interactive pop-up art and sound installation showcasing the stories of Windrush generation elders by the artist

Everwright will also talk more about his art, his latest works Tilbury Walkway of Memories, and his “I Can’t Breathe” artwork, disclosing his influences as well as the importance of his work generally within the current climate of Windrush, Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter.

This is a fully inclusive event for all staff from all Civil Service departments attending. Please register with your .gov work email as this event are only open to civil servants, unless prior arranged. This is a virtual event that will be on Microsoft teams and details will be sent 24 hours before the session. If you are unable to join using Microsoft Team with your computer, please dial in with you phone and when joining in put yourself on mute.

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