Please support our Crowdfunding for TURNING POINT

10.06.2022

We have started a crowdfunding project for TURNING POINT which aims to raise £5,000 We are over the moon that Arts Council England have given us a grant towards a full TURNING POINT video installation. But we are asking for your help to deliver landmark Black heritage-inspired storytelling and digital resources – for learning, wellbeing...

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Thank you Arts Council England

10.06.2022

Arts Council England have awarded TURNING POINT’s arts and Black heritage-inspired programme, a Project Grant!     We’re so pleased and very excited by this news. It’s welcome assistance towards great work with diverse communities in Bristol, Liverpool and London. It’s also a wonderful endorsement for the TURNING POINT project as a whole.  Thankyou Arts Council England!

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Introducing Sweet Patootee Arts (non profit)…

05.05.2022

Sweet Patootee Arts (SPA) is our new Arts & Heritage organisation, creating historical and contemporary projects rooted in our passion for inclusive storytelling… Our main focus is now helping SPA to make impactful contributions across the arts, heritage, learning and community development sectors – starting with the Bristol Launch of TURNING POINT on 1st Oct…...

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Sweet Patootee Ltd rings the changes…

05.05.2022

Sweet Patootee Ltd’s role is now, commercial and non-commercial management of the heritage archive, built from my work with Rebecca Goldstone – this includes our productions, oral testimony interviews, and research materials… (new website coming soon)

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Thank you Arsenal Foundation!

31.03.2022

Arsenal Foundation have supported TURNING POINT’s arts and Black heritage-inspired programme with an award from the ‘Gunners Fund’ small grants scheme. We’re so excited by this news. It’s welcome assistance towards more great work with diverse communities across our London borough – Islington. And it’s a wonderful endorsement for the TURNING POINT project as a...

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Happy Black History Month

06.02.2022

Greetings old and new friends, audiences and collaborators across the Caribbean, USA, and Canada – thank you for your wonderful responses to Black History Month’s Facebook post for MUTINY. It wouldn’t be fair to single out anyone in particular. But I will say this. It really means a lot to us that this work is...

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The First Black Britons – DVD available on Amazon

28.10.2021

A lot of enquiries recently about our 2005 production “THE FIRST BLACK BRITONS” – yes it’s available on Amazon. Click here to go to the film’s page on this website: We tell the challenging Black history of the West India Regiment 1795 to 1927 – a  (regular) British Army regiment created by the purchase of slaves....

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Thank you to year 9s of St Mary Magdalene school in north Greenwich

22.10.2021

Huge thanks to History Dept and awesome Year 9s at Saint Mary Magdalene secondary school in North Greenwich, for the opportunity to come in and do 3 three great workshops with you around your work with our film MUTINY: Black British Caribbean and WW1 Some deep, challenging, funny, philosophical, euphoric exploration of the journey from...

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Black History Month: Black and Asian experiences during World War One – Zoom presentation for Bristol Museums, Tony T and Dr Kent Fedorowich

14.09.2021

On 21st October from 6pm, Tony and Dr Kent Fedorowich are giving Zoom presentations for Bristol Museums’ Black History Month programme.  Click here for the link to Bristol Museums’ web page about the event:  The event will be in two parts… Part one Using Southwest England as a lens, Dr Kent Fedorowich will explore two parallel...

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