Wed 23 October 2019 18:00-20:00 - Buchi Emecheta Space, Library (second floor)
Join the Library for the opening of a new exhibition space in the Library for students, dedicated to Buchi Emecheta OBE.
On the evening there will be addresses by Margaret Busby OBE (Publisher, Writer, Editor, Broadcaster), Sylvester Onwordi (The Buchi Emecheta Foundation) and Leo Appleton (Director of Library Services, Goldsmiths, University of London) as well as readings from Emecheta’s works by Angelique Golding.
The space will launch with an exhibition by Present Futures:
‘Becoming an archive’ is part of an ongoing project presenting the archive as a space of becoming for women and non binary people of colour.
Register for your free ticket here.
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