"Hello" is the ultimate act of greeting someone... And a Japanese couple have chosen London as their 'Hello World' starting point! Diversity Matters met with Taka Piyo and Eri - the colourful fashionistas from Japan on a world-changing journey using a simple greeting to break social barriers to invite inclusively, happiness and smiles from people all … Continue reading #DMSpotlight: Meet the duo hoping to change the world – one “HELLO” at a time!
Divercity Arts Project at Camden Lock Market - done! Two days selling items created over the two week Divercity Arts Project workshops! CLICK HERE to find out more... The group with the highest sales profit wins the prize to sell in The Big Draw online store! Photos by Kai Lutterodt Have you booked for our Summer … Continue reading Divercity Arts Project Popup at Camden Lock Market in pictures!
"I'm chuffed to bits to be linked to this project. The work is wonderful" - Susan Orr, Dean of Learning/Teaching & Enhancement UAL. https://youtu.be/3sPhM91qmkE Filmed and edited by Kai Lutterodt. Watch the full video on our YouTube Channel and subscribe! Diversity Matters Exhibit opening view took place on the 2nd June at UAL High Holborn. The … Continue reading Diversity Matters Exhibit opening view and fundraiser evening #DMExhibit16
From Accra to Brooklyn, Amsterdam to London - these are a just some of the beautiful people we met at AfroPunk Paris earlier this month! https://youtu.be/FUj33ekSwko Filmed and edited by Kai Lutterodt Thanks to everyone who supported by buying Diversity Matters custom designed cards and tote bags - helping to spread the message of positive representation in … Continue reading Diversity Matters at AfroPunk Paris… Who we met!
We've been sharing the pictures of supporters in NYC holding Diversity Matters merchandise - and you've probably been wondering how we're in the USA after just a few months since our official launch in April?! It's all down to our allie Fabio Tedde a.k.a Pianist Without Borders, who's currently out in NYC supporting Sing For … Continue reading 750+ street pianos played – and counting! Pianist Without Borders in NYC
This week's Diversity Matters Spotlight (#DMspotlight) is Sahil Lodha - a final year BA Photography student at London College of Communication (LCC)... He shares why diversity matters to him - plus an invite to his graduate show project private view of "The World in London" on the 26th May! https://youtu.be/suN2j-ruTgs #DMSpotlight filmed and edited by Kai … Continue reading Diversity Matters Spotlight: Sahil Lodha on Diversity and “The World in London” degree show invite!
We caught up with Naeem Mahmood; award-winning film director of Brash Young Turks, for a pre-screening interview about his debut feature film, and diversity in the media. https://youtu.be/RYKmA6o_dA0 Filmed and edited by Kai Lutterodt Look out for more from the Screening of Brash Young Turks which took place on the 6th May at London College … Continue reading Diversity and the Media: Brash Young Turks pre-screening interview with award-winning director Naeem Mahmood
If there was ever a reason why Foundation courses shouldn't be cut at London College of Communication - INTO/OUTRO exhibition of Foundation Diploma Art and Design and International: Introduction to Design and Media re-enforced the discourse!
Ghanaian-Italian filmmaker Fred Kuwornu shares his experience being "Black Italian", his latest film "BLAXPLOITALIAN: 100 years of Blackness in the Italian Cinema" and working on projects focusing on "identity, diversity, and the media"... All in the atmospheric setting of Bar Italia over breakfast in Soho!
The bread Box is a mobile bakery run by sister-duo Stella and Louisa Harrison. Born and raised in Germany, both sisters were determined to keep their German breakfast traditions alive when they moved to London just over a decade ago, despite the lack of readily available German bakeries. So the two entrepreneurial girls started making … Continue reading The Bread Box UAL alumna presentation #DMAW16