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The opening night of shado’s REIMAGINATION exhibition in Birmingham

Friday 4th November, 6.00pm

Register for free tickets HERE

About this event

For the past few months, shado has been working with artists in Manchester, Cardiff and Birmingham alongside lead curator Leyla Reynolds to create new work around the theme reimagination.

What does reimagination mean? It could be climate justice, abolition, racial justice, LGBTQI+ rights – or maybe it’s a combination of all of these concepts, and a representation of breaking down the structures that have been constructed to marginalise the most vulnerable in society.

And now, shado is thrilled to present the Birmingham exhibition REIMAGINATION in collaboration with local artists:

In our opening night, we’ll be meeting the artists, showcasing their work for the first time, and joined by special guests:

  • Izatna
  • Cherie Kwok
  • Tolemia Gregory
  • Imogen Richards
  • Vidya Patel
  • Emily Doyle
  • Caitlin Kiely
  • Rumbi Savanhu
  • Jane Thakoordin
  • Fae Kilburn
  • Adam Wynn

In our opening night, we’ll be meeting the artists, showcasing their work for the first time, and joined by special guests

  • Beth Slin with a spoken word performance

Poster Design: Jody McDowell

Two generations of Filipino climate fighters on their battles with the government ‘Small but mighty’: Shopping independent as an act of political resistance Why reimagining our education system will be key to our climate solutions Resisting tokenism, and why “write what you know” has its limits Imagining the future through legacies of the past Juno Roche has become “belligerently joyful” Ìyá ≠ Mother: Making a Yoruba sense of motherhood The Scottish collectives taking the ego out of architecture Culture as controversy What’s hotter in bed than open communication?