Call out for Lockdown Monologues

Collage Arts are inviting women from black, asian, minority ethnic and refugee communities who live or work in Haringey to become part of an exciting new project: Lockdown Monologues. Lockdown Monologues aims to shine a light on the unheard stories of women in the borough, who are too often neither given…

The Revolution is Being Televised

Collage Arts have been working with the local BAME community for a long time, helping them find a voice. We are asking a number of our artistic associates to share their creative outputs which shine a light on Black Lives Matter, from their experience and perspective. THE REVOLUTION IS BEING TELEVISED is…

They Came Before Us: celebrating the importance of British BAME women throughout London’s History

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They Came Before Us – project to celebrate the importance of British Black Asian and ethnic minority women in London’s history.  Devised by Sarah Buller and Dowa Ojarikre in the Collage Works team.  50 collaborators using 5 creative responses highlighted the importance of 5 women of colour in the UK’s history spanning 750 years…