RepresentAsian host Safiya Bashir speaks with Bisha K. Ali & Nish Kumar about the importance of representation on screen and the impact this has on young people.
JoinedNovember 17, 2021
Ada Jusic an illustrator and animator with over six years’ experience in commercial illustration and animation. As a refugee who came to the UK from Bosnia in the early 90s, art and creativity was how she made sense of her story and identity; and how she communicated it to others. Now she works to help others do the same - through making thought provoking animation and illustration that explores themes of current social issues and the lived experiences of refugees and marginalised communitites. www.adajusic.com @adajusic
Andrew Sage and Ada Jusic
The author looks at legacies of obedience, oppression and capitalism to argue why we need to address the legacy of schools.
During the 20th century, the western music industry benefited hugely from capitalist expansion, a growing international audience and technological advances. Despite the material benefits of producing hits, many artists achieved success through challenging the very system in front of them. Popular music has often had an anti-establishment edge to it:...
This article has been informed by the Museum of British Colonialism’s 2020 online panel ‘Imagining a Museum of British Colonialism’. The event was chaired by Renée Landell, and the panel was formed of William Dalrymple (Imperial history researcher) , Priyamvada Gopal (Researcher of anti-colonial resistance) , Nana Oforiatta Ayim (founder...