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Ten Minute Talks: Black History Month

Main View © Yinka Shonibare. Co-commissioned by HOUSE 2014 and Brighton Festival. Courtesy the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London.

Tate staff and volunteers celebrate Black History Month by sharing their personal responses to artworks in Tate's collection

This ​October is UK Black History Month and Tate is marking the occasion by hosting a series of Ten Minute Talks on Black, Asian and Ethnic minority art and artists from the collection.

Monday 21 October 13.30

Andy Mashigo discusses The British Library by Yinka Shonibare, Artist and Society

Tuesday 22 October 13.30

Tamsin Hong discusses Possession Island (Abstraction) by Gordan Bennett, Artist and Society

Wednesday 23 October 13.30

Tamsin Hong discusses Posession Island (Abstraction) by Gordan Bennett, Artist and Society

Thursday 24 October 13.30

Clarisa Butler discusses ​Civil Tapestry 4 by Theaster Gates, Artist and Society

Friday 25 October 13.30

Achim Borchardt-Hume discusses The British Library by Yinka Shonibare, Artist and Society

Saturday 26 October 13.30

Andy Mashigo discusses The British Library by Yinka Shonibare, Artist and Society

Sunday 27 October 13.30

Paul Mcdonald discusses Fons Americanus by Kara Walker, Turbine Hall​

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Dates

21 October 2019 at 14.30–14.40

22 October 2019 at 14.30–14.40

23 October 2019 at 14.30–14.40

24 October 2019 at 14.30–14.40

25 October 2019 at 14.30–14.40

26 October 2019 at 14.30–14.40

27 October 2019 at 13.30–13.40

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