Marginalised No More: Black Steps Exhibition
The exhibition centers on politics, with a clear focus on race
“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life, as by the obstacles which [they have] overcome while trying to succeed.”- Booker.T.Washington
Throughout his story, individuals and communities who have made the UK their home, have been misunderstood and marginalised. This exhibition is a part of a movement to make heard the voices of the silenced.
In Black Steps, the story of the Black British experience is told through the lens of black and ethnic minority creatives, and displays an unapologetic view of life in black Britain. This experience will be a journey into the hearts and minds of British communities of colour, with art work, produced by the UK’s most talented artists.
Point Black is a group of London based black creatives working with the Bernie Grant Arts Centre this Black History Month to deliver ‘Black Steps’, a visual arts exhibition that focuses on the experiences of Black British people in the UK.
The exhibition centers on politics, with a clear focus on race, following the work and legacy of Bernie Grant, one of the first Black British members of parliament.
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