Tate Modern Talk

On Lubaina Himid's Practice

Lubaina Himid Freedom and Change, 1984

Lubaina Himid Freedom and Change, 1984. Installation view as part of the exhibition Invisible Strategies, Modern Art Oxford, 2017

© Modern Art Oxford. Photo: Ben Westoby, courtesy the artist and Hollybush Gardens

Join us for this series of participatory seminars on the artistic practice of Lubaina Himid

In celebration of Tate Modern’s exhibition of Lubaina Himid’s work this series of five online events takes a closer look at her expansive practice, covering topics and themes such as colour, opera and collaborative practice.

Led by Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski, these 2-hour online seminar sessions offer an opportunity to discuss the work and its themes as a group. Each session is joined by a respondent with specialized knowledge of Himid’s practice contributing to the discussion, helping to steer the conversation. Each event includes smaller group discussions and activities in breakout rooms, allowing for everyone to actively participate.

This series is for those interested in Lubaina Himid’s practice and for connecting with other likeminded individuals through discussion. No prior experience or knowledge is necessary.

Tate Modern

A link to join the event will be sent by email before each session

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Dates

12 January 2022 at 18.30–20.00

9 February 2022 at 18.30–20.00

9 March 2022 at 18.30–20.00

13 April 2022 at 19.30–21.00

11 May 2022 at 19.30–21.00