'Our Histories Revealed' Exhibition: Hull History Centre
Four months from today, on 26 September 2017, we will be launching our first project exhibition at the Hull History Centre. It will bring together creative mediums such as pictures, videos, artwork, memorabilia and music in a multisensory representation of African stories in Hull and East Yorkshire. Our exhibition not only sheds light on the region's neglected Black history, but inherently merges themes of migration, inclusivity and community in a new and innovative way. This exhibition offers something for everyone and can be enjoyed by the whole family.
**Make sure you save the date! See our exhibition poster below
and click HERE to go to our Events page for further information!**
A Reminder: Bud Sugar and Chiedu Oraka Gig
In addition, don’t miss Bud Sugar and Chiedu Oraka’s exciting gig at Fruit on Wednesday 12 July. This event is part of Hull Jazz Festival and is not to be missed. For more information see http://www.jnight.org/whatson/bud-sugar-chiedu-oraka
Click here to watch and listen to Bud Sugar’s oral history interview.
Click here to listen to Chiedu Oraka’s oral history interview
We would also like to take the opportunity to thank Mike Greenwood, who is taking part in the Hatfield Triathlon to raise money for our exhibition. You can make a donation by following this LINK.
Good luck Mike!
Dr Lauren Darwin
African Stories Project Researcher.