A listing for an important October for us.13.10.2023
Sweet Patootee Arts has an exciting programme this (UK) Black History Month. it’s a marker for our steady progress – thanks to consultants, partners, stakeholders and the wonderful public response to TURNING POINT (our first major project) – since our organisation launched in 2017.
Interweaving and giving richly transformative insight to Sweet Patootee Arts’ activitirities this month, is our own Tony T’s new part-time role (see below). We’re giving loads and the belt needs must draw in a little tighter, but we’re gaining so much in return.
Here’s our programme – if you catch us along the way and you want to connect around your/ our work, don’t be shy.
Ongoing to 2025: London Borough of Tower Hamlets – I am Research and Engagement Lead for Communities of Liberation (brief info about this exciting project here )
1st-31st October – Liverpool: TURNING POINT BHM exhibition on campus at University of Liverpool/ Centre for the Study of International Slavery, plus additional 1-off events during the month (see below).
3rd October – London: 1-off TURNING POINT screening & social at Islington’s awesome Mildmay Community Centre.
14th October – London: “Let’s Walk and Learn”: Black History walk starting and ending at Museum of London in Docklands. Tony is attending for Communities of Liberation.
17th October – Bristol: “I’ll join the panel for “Remember Together”; my contribution draws on our work around experiences and impacts of the Black Caribbean and the WW1 era.
18th October – online: “Freedom Seekers”: online talk by Simon Newman. Tony is attending for Communities of Liberation.
20th October – Liverpool: Rebecca and I will be delivering a schools online TURNING POINT screening with Q&A.
24th October – London: Olivette Otele in discussion at Museum of London in Docklands. Tony is attending for Communities of Liberation.
25th October – Liverpool: TURNING POINT screening followed by Q&A at FACT Liverpool.
As ever, huge thanks and respect!