Upcoming events

April

Black History Studies Film Festival and Market
Saturday 29th April - 12pm – 9pm
Park View Academy, West Green Road, N15 3QR

 

May
Black Women’s Conference
Saturday 6th May 10am – 5pm

UCL Cruciform Building, Gower St, Bloomsbury, London, WC1E 6B

 

West Norwood Feast
Sunday 7th May - 10am – 4pm

West Norwood Leisure Centre, SE27

 

Dulwich Festival
Sunday 14th May - 11am – 4pm

Goose Green Park, SE22

 

Inspirational YOU Pop Up Market
Saturday 20th May 2pm – 8pm

The Willington Centre, SW9 9NB

 

Afro Hair & Beauty Show
Sunday 28th May 2017

The Business Design Centre

52 Upper Street, London N1 0QH

 

June

Crystal Palace Overground Festival
Saturday 17th June - 2pm – 7pm
Crystal Palace Park

APRIL 2017
West Norwood Feast
West Norwood Leisure Centre
10am - 4pm
       
MARCH 2017 
Inspirational YOU, The Village, weareunEdited and Motherhood ReConnected
Presents
International Women's Month & Pre-Mothers Day

 Pop Up Market, Debate and Live acoustic evening

Saturday 25th March 2017

2pm – 8pm

Join independent female makers and designers who are selling:

Clothing | Jewellery | Accessories | Arts | Natural skincare and beauty | Homeware | Books

Music on rotation by
Ace of Jacks

Come along to enjoy our makers market, interactive natural hair debate and live acts performing in the evening.

Our pop up shop is an opportunity for you to experience high quality goods from independent brands.

4.00pm – 5.30pm

Natural hair and wellbeing debate hosted by Motherhood ReConstructed

6.00pm – 8.00pm

In the evening we have a live music showcase featuring artists such as

  • RAMONE
  • Chris IKE 
  • OddIsNormal

Come and hear about The Village CIC and their plans for this new community space.

More info:

Email: thevilageldn@gmail.com
Call: 07772 527 813 / 07545 156 111
http://claphammarket.eventbrite.co.uk

JANUARY 2017

 

Sunday 29th January 2017

FunkyNChunky are excited to be at Hair Today, Here Tomorrow.  This is a celebration of groups and individuals who are creating their own structures without the help of institutions.
We are coming together to discuss, share and care for each other in our intersecting black communities. There will be workshops, arts and crafts made by independent designers and an open talk at the beginning of the day around the chosen theme of Imposter Syndrome.

Imposter Syndrome, is the feeling of inadequacy of your personal achievements or goals despite the contrary. It can manifest by you talking yourself out of opportunities, talking yourself down, comparing yourself to others and it goes on. This discussion is how we can create positive obstacles for ourselves an...d believe that the future us, is actually us right now.

TICKETS:
Concession: £5
Standard Ticket on the door: £7
Donation ticket includes your ticket and a donation towards someone else's ticket: £10

Kids under 16 are free.

NO ONE TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF FUNDS.

DIY Space for London operates on a membership basis. Membership costs £2 for the whole year. Please see the website for details: diyspaceforlondon.org

ACCESSIBILITY:
- DIY Space is on the ground floor and wheelchair accessible (double doors from main entrance to space). Ramp leading to the accessible toilets.
- Group bus stop walking at night
- Toilets are gender neutral
- BSL (Currently searching for an interpreter)

TIMETABLE
12 - 1PM Plantain Brunch/Tea
12:30 - 3PM Discussion
3 - 5PM Workshops
6 - 7PM Screenings
7:30 - 9PM - Food Theatre

DISCUSSION
Led by Shana

Requirements: pen, paper, tissues

FOOD
Brunch served from 12 - 1pm Plantain Brunch.
Dinner served from 4:30pm The Vegan Nigerian

WORKSHOPS
Black British Girlhood zine workshop on the theme of Imposter Syndrome.
Ama Josephine Eclair "My family doesn't look like me." Conversations and sharing around mixed black and white identity.

SCREENINGS
I Am Somebody by Madeline Anderson 30 min.

A documentary record of the 113-day strike by members of the National Union of Hospital and Nursing Home Employees in Charleston, South Carolina during the Spring of 1969. Explores the struggles of these low-paid, Black, and mostly female hospital workers to achieve economic justice, dignity and self-respect. Illustrates how organized labor and the civil rights movement succeeded in forging an effective coalition in the South

Perfect Image? by Maureen Blackwood 30 min.

Bright and imaginative in its approach to its subject, PERFECT IMAGE? exposes stereotypical images of Black women and explores women's own ideas of self worth. Using two actresses who constantly change their personae, the film poses questions about how Black women see themselves and each other and the pitfalls that await those who internalize the search for the "perfect image"!