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Judith Kusi art show opens at the hub

From Monday 12th June until Friday 30th June, we're hosting an exhibition by Greenwich artist and child psychologist Judith Kusi as part of GCDA's BH 365 residency programme which has been funded by Royal Borough of Greenwich.

Judith's exhibition, entitled 'Coloured People Artworks' was inspired by child poet Agra Gra, whose poem 'And You Call Me Colored' was nominated by the United Nations for an award.

Judith is a Londoner with both African and Caribbean Heritage and she produced this series of paintings to explore her reflections on the context of race.

"My early, formative experiences of racial, ethnic and socio-economic diversity, provided the basis for my curiosity, and confusion with the way we categorise and group people," says Judith.


As part of her residency, Judith will be holding a free art workshop at Kidbrooke Community Hub on Friday 30th June (10am-1pm). Called Unravel in Colour, participants will use collage to explore and enrich the stories we have about ourselves, people and places that are important to us. Please click here to book your free place. (NB Judith will also be holding a similar workshop at Made in Greenwich on Friday August 4th).

We're super-excited to be hosting Judith and her work and hope her exhibition will help initiate lots of thought-provoking conversations. Pop in during opening hours to take a look.

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