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In celebrating and reflecting on Black History, we are exploring what it is like to be Black, using artistic and creative expressions. We will provide artistic packs and materials coupled with an online platform for Black people in Nottingham to explore their identity through artistic and creative medium and in multiple formats You can use these activities for your own personal reflection and enjoyment, or share them with us for future exhibitions online and in physical spaces. The aim of this project is to enable Black people living in Nottingham to explore and articulate their identity and relationship with the place they call home in a creative way, whilst facilitating other communities to understand these perceptions from Black people’s perspectives.


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