It’s one of the final days to see the stunning and increasingly epic No Colour Bar: Black British Art in Action 1960-1990 art & archive exhibition in its complete form at next Friday’s Late View. The show closes on 24 January after six amazing months at Guildhall Art Gallery.
The Rap Party & Late View at Guildhall Art Gallery is a kaleidoscopic evening, featuring the renowned Dubmorphology – No Colour Bar’s digital exhibition co-curators – who are creating a live visuals and vibes installation, evoking the dub spectacular spirit of the era…
…And on the largest projection you will see in an art gallery, there’s a rare and special screening of award winning artist and filmmaker Evewright‘s visually stunning Walking Drawings Across the Estuaries which was shown as part of the No Colour Bar /BFI’s African Odyssey season “Canvas and Sand” last Autumn.
Rap Party & Late View will feature the inspirational exhibiting artists who influenced Black culture, sights and sounds of the revolutionary cultural hay days of the burgeoning of Black British arts and culture. Special guests, include Keith Waithe, international flautist plays from his latest album, Gathering Echoes, drumming from Ras Prince, plus readings from No Colour Bar Artist, John Lyons, with Michelle Yaa Asante, Z .Nia Reynolds and others. Look out for further announcements @nocolourbar and Facebook
EXCLUSIVE SCREENING: Walking Drawings Across the Estuaries – Film installation by artist filmmaker Evewright
The RAP Party & Late View is free to attend and starts from 6pm-10pm. To join our VIP List RSVP Helena Boehm, No Colour Bar.
No Colour Bar is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and is a collaboration between the Friends of the Huntley Archives at LMA with partners Guildhall Art Gallery and London Metropolitan Archives – provided by the City of London Corporation.
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