I AM Workshop with JMCAnderson

Please note due to unforeseen circumstances this workshop has now been postponed until later in the year – if you’d like to find out more please contact us

JMCAnderson (Jade-Marie Anderson), is a Curator, Artist and Facilitator. She has been inspired by  the recent movements of The Black Lives Matter protests, and research into how text has been  used politically within creative activism, revealing beautiful examples of human evil and human  possibility.

The ‘I Am…’ workshop, will celebrate, embrace and highlight diversity and culture in Norfolk. It will  be the remaking of the ‘I Am A Man’ poster and happenings, that was a declaration of civil rights,  during the Memphis riots in 1968, by the African- American sanitation workers, and was  subsequently taken-up at the Martin Luther King memorial march. Later on, conceptual Artist Glenn  Ligon’s ‘Untitled (I Am A Man)’ 1988, captured and explored the slogan to confront the themes of  language, identity, race and sexuality.

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