Our Diversity Matter Exhibit zines are ready to pre-order! Check out all the art work being exhibited by UAL students, staff and external creative practitioners! The booklet is available for suggested donation £5 printed copy, or £2.50 for a digital copy! All money raised goes towards our fundraiser to supporting charitable projects with Art4Change and Pianist Without Borders … Continue reading Diversity Matters Exhibit Zine now available!
I caught up with AGRUPA - the student collective whose aim it is to explore and discuss issues of marginalised, within their learning environment in University of the Arts London (UAL), on the final day of their two-day exhibition and workshop for BAME (Black and Minority Ethnic) and International students; Performance for Diversity/Discussion (PDD)"After working … Continue reading #AGRUPA16: Performance For Diversity review
We're pleased to announce The Voice Newspaper - Britain's leading Black newspaper is supporting Diversity Matters Awareness Week at University of the Arts London! #DMAW16 Get news, views, business, sports, entertainment, competitions and special features on matters relating to the African and Caribbean community in the UK on the go - direct from your phone with … Continue reading Get the Voice+ App during Diversity Matters Awareness Week! #DMAW16
Andy Ayo Akinwolere has one of those familiar faces... The sort of friendly face that wouldn't occur to you that it's probably from TV that you know them from - and not real life! Thankfully the charismatic TV presenter, perhaps most known for his contribution to Blue Peter, is someone I've been fortunate to meet … Continue reading Andy Ayo Akinwolere – A Traveller at Heart at Arts London
For an advert, American beauty brand SheaMoisture is already breaking conventions in their latest commercial "Break The Walls" which features monologues of black women sharing relatable thoughts about beauty through our everyday experiences
Diversity will mean different things to different people. Which is why for Diversity Matters Awareness Week we’re concentrating on race matters with our theme “Let’s Talk About Race” 18th – 23rd April! We’ve been asking University of the Arts London (UAL) students and staff what diversity means to them, and how it’s reflected in their learning … Continue reading Very powerful word – Diversity… UAL Students and Staff share their views on Diversity in their Learning Environment pt3
The the past seven years has seen Shades of Noir play an influential role in the actions being implemented by University of the Arts London to tackle the issue attainment at UAL; differential degree between White Home students, Black and Minority Ethnic Home students and students who pay fees at the overseas rate. Diversity Matters Awareness Week is the brain … Continue reading Shades of Noir support Diversity Matters Awareness Week!
This presentation by Black History Walks provided the names and achievements of those Black people born or resident in the UK that fought against British racism over the last 400 years
ACS committee members ventured out of London to support Fred Kuwornu giving a lecture on “Multiculturalism in Italy” and screening of his film 18 IUS SOLI at University of Reading. https://youtu.be/HjMnFsXpLO8 Thank you the the amazing lecturers from the Modern Languages department who showed us great hospitality. We’re looking forward to collaborating in the new … Continue reading Multiculturalism in Italy seminar with Fred Kuwornu
On Thursday 19th March an emergency meeting was held at London College of Communication to discuss the news that UAL management allegedly propose to cut over 800 places on Foundation courses which will leave staff are at risk of redundancy from September 2015. These plans are being pushed through with no consultation and no mandate. It … Continue reading Occupy UAL: ACS solidarity and keeping BAME attainment in the discourse!