“The public programme for Brent Biennial 2022 gathers together community-building practices that centre creativity, healing, listening, showing up for others and asking bold questions, in what can otherwise be a dizzying political environment. The intention is to nurture connections that can help to find one’s voice and feel supported in taking a stand against hostility. ” – Shama Khanna, Associate Curator Public Programmes, Brent Biennial 2022
As with the rest of the Biennial, no prior knowledge or experience is needed. Come through if reading anything here resonates or makes you curious to find out more. Certain parts of the programme are semi-public events we will be hosting for particular groups, or socials for community organisers in Brent in recognition of their invaluable work. The majority of our events are free and open to all, including children. Find below our full list of programmes and book your tickets.