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LUX Scotland and Black Radical Imagination present Collective Blackness
12:00 on 3 December 2017
Talbot Rice Gallery
Collective Blackness is a one-day symposium that explores the visibility and work of global black film collectives and the intersections of black conscious creativity within the history of cinema. The event is organised by Amir George of Black Radical Imagination and presented in partnership with LUX Scotland as part of the public programme for John Akomfrah’s exhibition Vertigo Sea, which continues at Talbot Rice Gallery until 27 January 2018.
This symposium takes place alongside a series of events produced by Black Radical Imagination in partnership with LUX Scotland, including events at Glasgow School of Art on Saturday 2 December, the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London on Sunday 10 December, LUX in London on Monday 11 December and Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow on Tuesday 12 December.