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Bolanle Tajudeen


Bolanle Tajudeen is the founder of Black Blossoms, an art school and curatorial platform dedicated to amplifying the practices of artists of colour. Her research delves deeply into the contemporary and historical artistic practices of Black women and non-binary people, with a strong emphasis on the complex intersections of gender, race, and class. She has also devised and taught the course “Art in the Age of Black Girl Magic” at Tate, which examined the paucity of Black women in cultural institutions and explores how they have creatively challenged this through radical interventions and DIY approaches. Additionally, Bolanle serves as the Public Art Curator for the Bristol Legacy Foundation. In partnership with Bristol City Council, she is commissioning a permanent commemorative artwork to honour the legacy of the Transatlantic Trafficking of Enslaved Africans.