THE BLACK CHRONICLES II
The Black Chronicles II is a newly curated exhibition exploring black presences (African and Asian) in 19th and early 20th century Britain, through the prism of studio photography.
London Stereoscopic Company studios, c. 1891-93. Courtesy of © Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Rivington Place has unique and versatile spaces for hire, including a
spectacular ground floor space ideal for parties, book launches and
corporate gatherings, a screening/lecture room accommodating up to 60
people and a meeting room for up to 15 people. Our on-site café-bar,
Shutterbug, and the adjacent outdoor area are also available for private
hire. Catering ranging from casual fare to elegant dining can be
arranged and supplied by Shutterbug.
Project Space 1. Photo by Ed Reeve, 2010 Project Space 2. Photo by Ed Reeve, 2010
20 September 2014
The sorryyoufeeluncomfortable collective and Unite the Youth will facilitate a workshop to explore imperialism still present in mainstream education and how this affects different people.
For more information visit Iniva
24 September 2014
An evening for teachers introducing the Autograph ABP Archive, with complimentary learning resource and exhibition tour.
For more information visit Autograph ABP