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Boseda Olawoye


Boseda Olawoye is a Nottingham based Freelance Creative Engagement Manager who is dedicated to making innovative arts projects in collaboration with diverse communities, young people, marginalized groups and artists. Her work explores race, identity, place and social justice issues.

As a consultant, she has worked with a range of arts organisations to explore and practically address the lack of diversity in the arts sector. Boseda has collaborated with the US graphic artist Emory Douglas (Former member of the Black Panther Party) and worked with idle women Lancashire, Nottingham Contemporary, Mark Deveraux Projects Manchester, The University of Austin Texas (USA) and National Justice Museum. She is a board member for City Arts Nottingham.