Monthly Archives: September 2012

New film: London art in the Jazz Age 1919-1939

Visit UCL’s  youtube channel to watch our new short film discussing the project. The film focuses on art and the Black presence in Bloomsbury and highlights some of the artwork created by Slade School of Fine Art students during the interwar period.

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Lunch Hour Lecture: Drawing over the colour line: Geographies of art and cosmopolitan politics in London 1919 – 1939

Taking place during Black History Month, please come along to our lunch-time lecture at UCL’s Darwin Lecture Theatre on 11 October. Dr. Caroline Bressey will be discussing the Drawing over the Colour Line project, exploring the role individual Black and Asian actors play in the changing artistic, social, cultural and political scenes that emerged in inter-War London. The lecture is free of charge and if you can’t make it to the venue you can watch it via a live stream. Visit the UCL events site here for more details.