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The South London Black Music Archive


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This talk about The South London Black Music Archive, Tate Local's partnership project with Peckham Space, will be chaired by Paul Goodwin, independent curator on Black Urbanism.

Peckham Space commissioned artist Barby Asante will be discussing key themes that inform her work including black music within the broader context of collaborative practice.

The South London Black Music Archive is the result of six months work between Asante and youth project Leaders of Tomorrow resulting in a limited edition vinyl artwork which will be available at this talk.

The exhibition is showing at Peckham Space until 24 March 2012.

Panel members include Vallin Miller from Leaders of Tomorrow; Wozzy Brooster from Midi Music at the Albany and Emily Druiff, director of Peckham Space.

When
  • 6.45pm-8pm
  • FREE To book a free ticket call 020 7887 8888
Where

East Room

Tate Modern
Bankside, London, SE1 9TG
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