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Galleries, get it together: Listening party
SAT 20 JAN 2024
Past event

A group of young people speaking on a panel in an art gallery.

Who's On It, 2023. Photo: Lucien Ebongue.

Join us for the premiere of our youth collective, the Art Assassins’ new podcast, Galleries Get It Together, made in collaboration with audio artist Weyland Mckenzie-Witter. The podcast brings together interviews with artists and staff to explore inclusivity and equity in the gallery sector.

Hear from the Art Assassins and Weyland Mckenzie-Witter, who will be in conversation with artist Barbara Majek and Zarina Muhammad from The White Pube.

The event will be followed by vegan food and refreshments and all attendees are invited to stay and chat.

6pm-7:30pm: Podcast premiere and in-conversation
7:30pm – 8:30pm: Music and food by Kingston Kigali

Galleries, Get It Together is supported through a British Academy Innovation Fellowship led by Principal Investigator, Dr Patria Roman-Velazquez, King’s College London, in partnership with South London Gallery


Art Assassins is the South London Gallery’s creative forum for young people aged 16-21. They work with contemporary artists, designers, filmmakers and each other to create a programme of exciting events.


Weyland McKenzie-Witter is an Audio Artist, Creative Producer, Writer and People’s Archivist. His work focuses on using creative productions as a medium to tell people’s stories and histories.


Barbara Majek is an interdisciplinary artist, researcher and facilitator. Her practice-based research explores the tensions between individual and collective identities. With focus on the ‘Black’ identity across the African Diaspora. Yoruba mythology has shaped her approach to storytelling and world-building amidst oppressive realities.


The White Pube is the collaborative identity of Gabrielle de la Puente and Zarina Muhammad under which they write about art, video games, books, food, life, the weather, whatever’s in their heart(s). They publish a new text every Sunday, which also goes out as audio on their Podcast.


Dr Patria Roman-Velazquez is an interdisciplinary researcher with an interest in urban communication, migrant and ethnic economies, and urban regeneration. She is passionate about equality, social and spatial justice and has put race in the agenda for gentrification research.


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  • This event is seated.
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