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Roots, Culture, Identity Art Exhibition

The Roots, Culture, Identity art exhibition is at the TUC Marble Hall from March 27th until April 14th

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by LamontPaul, for outsideleft.com
originally published: March, 2017
This image by Kei Maye

ZitaPoet, artist and activist Zita Holbourne is curating the Roots, Culture, Identity art exhibition at The Marble Hall at the TUC headquarters in London.

The exhibition, hosted by the TUC Race Relations Committee, celebrates its fifth anniversary this year and was established to meet one of the TUC Stephen Lawrence Task Group objectives, to use the Marble Hall at the TUC on Great Russell Street to showcase the artistic talents of young black creative artists.


Guilaine Art

raymond daleyAntonietta Torsiello

The exhibition will be open from March 27th thru April 14th generally from 9-5 each day and all day Saturday and Sunday on April 8th & 9th. There’s a reception too on Friday April 7th, from 6.30 to 9.30pm.

The show includes work from outsideleft’s Editor for all things French, Guilaine Arts, as well as Antonietta Torsiello, Camilla Daniel, Kei Maye, Mustafa Muhammad, Samia Malik, Dionne Ible, Susan Alexander, Raymond Daley, and Kooj Chuhan, curator Zita Holbourne contributes too.


Essential Info:
Location: The Marble Hall, TUC HQ, Congress House, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3LS
Informative Web Page Here

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