MAKING HOME: A COMMUNITY LISTENING CONVERSATION - KILBURN

Shenece Oretha, In Counter Harmony (2022). Installation view, Brent Biennial 2022, In the House of my Love (8 July – 11 September 2022). Photography: Thierry Bal.

How do you and your family and community make yourself at home, in Brent or wherever you live? How is art and creativity a part of your experience of home?

Join us for a community listening event co-organised with Brent Citizens. We will visit artworks by Shenece Oretha and Mohammed Zaahidur Rahman, hear how they reflect the artists’ experiences of making home, and talk about how we make home, what gets in the way of this and how creativity is or might be part of creating the place where we want to live.

Meeting point: Tin Tabernacle at 3PM.

The last of three conversations will take place in Kilburn, and we welcome Kilburn community members and anyone else who wants to be part of the conversation. It will be preceded by conversations in the other Brent Biennial hubs of Harlesden on Saturday 6 August and Willesden on Saturday 20 August. A culminating event in September will draw all three conversations together and help us shape the future of Metroland Cultures’ work in Brent.


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