Arts & Culture

Black Cultural Archives presents: Diaspora Threads – Black Fashion

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | 16 July 2020
Online | Free
Zoom

Fashion is a language. Throughout the centuries, it has been used to define oneself.

Join us we look at how fashion has worked to cultivate, define and shape the Black Diaspora with three fashion historians. They will be sharing some of the most iconic looks over the past century and how that has translated and worked to define blackness.

The BCA will be hosting a series ‘Bridging The Atlantic: Conversation On Blackness’, with a range of dynamic speakers, to provide a forum for different communities from the Black Atlantic to talk and discuss the historical context of blackness. The series will include fashion, art, social and political activism, and culture. Our speakers represent a large portion of the black diaspora USA, UK, Trinidad, Jamaica Brazil, and Ghana

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Closed Captioning available for events.

Please be sure to include an updated email during registration to receive the link to the Zoom, approximately one hour prior to the event. If tickets become unavailable, please check the BCA for live-streaming options.

Please consider choosing a donation ticket during checkout! 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the BCA and their work on preserving, protecting and disseminating Black British History.

Lastly, check out our events on the website where you can get an updated schedule of events and series resources for the classroom and beyond here

Image credit: Photography Trevor Stuurman and Obakeng Molepe. Costume Design Trevor Stuurman and Manthe Ribane. Creative Director Trevor Stuurman.