Our projects for 2024…

15.01.2024

  Here are this year’s projects for Sweet Patootee Arts (our non-profit org), and Sweet Patootee Ltd (our commercial org): 1. Sweet Patootee Arts 1a. TURNING POINT UK Exhibitions & Screenings…    May – Sept across Birmingham: touring programme with partner-led activities.  Oct – in Liverpool: Black History Month screenings & activity programme. Oct (24)...

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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...

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Exciting new Black history role for our own Tony T

10.10.2023

Sweet Patootee Arts’ co-Artistic Director, Tony T, has started an exciting new Black history role in London’s Tower Hamlets, as ‘Research and Engagement Lead’ for the groundbreaking Communities of Liberation project. This is role is part-time alongside his work for Sweet Patootee Arts. “I’m honoured to be the Research and Engagement Lead, Communities of Liberation....

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TURNING POINT’s first London event will be in Islington – on 3rd Oct.

29.08.2023

Join us for free screenings of TURNING POINT, and a fun social gathering at our wonderful Islington partner Mildmay Community Centre.  There is wheelchair access. If you have any questions in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Mildmay’s staff team – tel. 0207 249 8286 Please note: You need to get...

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Liverpool greets TURNING POINT…

17.05.2023

Thank you Writing on the Wall, thank you Liverpool John Moores University: School of Education. thank you Culture Liverpool, and thank you Liverpool – for an amazing screening of TURNING POINT in your city.   Wonderful audience, and such awesome and humbling feedback. I wish our brilliant actors, crew and more of Sweet Patootee Arts’...

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TURNING POINT thanks Bristol…

17.05.2023

Big sigh… TURNING POINT’s exhibition at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery has its last day this Sunday 21st May…   Thank you Julia Carver, Karen MacDonald, Emma Brown, Zahid Jaffer and colleagues at BMAG.   Massive thanks to Michelle, Bev, Laura, Gloria and members at Malcolm X Community Centre for taking part in the production...

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NEWSFLASH…

09.03.2023

Sweet Patootee Arts’ TURNING POINT exhibition at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery has been extended until 22nd May – by popular demand. Wow! Thank you Bristol Audiences Massive thanks to audiences travelling to Bristol to see the exhibition (wow 2-times!!) Love and thanks to our wonderful community partners, and partner organisations across the city Bristol...

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