Brent Biennial 2022 presents Black on Black, a solo dance performance by artist Zinzi Minott exploring Queerness, Blackness and the body as an archive.
Watch Brent 2020 Culture Fund project, Fashioning Our History Documentary free & online
Brent Biennial: The first permanent public artwork by British artist Dawn Mellor: a large-scale mural that will celebrate the life of local hero George Michael, who lived and went to school in Kingsbury.
Bass Borough is portrait series about the London musicians who have influenced and been influenced by the reggae sound emanating from the record shops, clubs and recording studios of Harlesden, North West London.
Making Home: A series of community listening conversations – visiting works by Sarah Rose and Katarzyna Perlak in Willesden.
The Playworkers at Assemble Play aim to create an environment where visiting children can play freely, supporting behaviour that is freely chosen and personally directed.
Making Home: A series of community listening conversations – visiting works by Shenece Oretha and Mohammed Zaahidur Rahman in Kilburn.
Join Assistant Curator Kit Edwards and Audio-Describer Shivaangee Agrawal for an audio-description tour of Rebecca Bellantoni’s film installation You have any peace for me? CRY.
Come along to the Library at Willesden Green and contribute to the Queer history of Brent by sharing your LGBTQAI+ memories and memorabilia. Participate in drop-in sessions or take part in the discussion around the queer experience of living in Brent.