Stuart Hall Library
Thursday 16th February 2023
Free, booking required. Please arrive 5 minutes before the event start.
This short session – the first of the On Our Table series – aims to showcase contemporary art histories and challenge conventional notions of diversity and difference.
Come and share with us on our table and gain a glimpse of the iniva’s Stuart Hall Library and archive collections. Archivist Kaitlene Koranteng and Assistant Librarian Sae Matsuno will guide you through the rich contexts and social depths contained in the Stuart Hall Library through a selection of library and archive materials.
Our talk explores the emergence of a radical generation of young Black and Asian women artists, like Lubaina Himid, Rita Keegan and Sutapa Biswas as well as the challenges they faced navigating the art world. The session will engage with several themes including marginalisation and feminism.
It is free to attend this event and everyone is welcome. If you have accessibility requirements or questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kaitlene Koranteng is Archivist and Engagement Producer at iniva. Her work involves increasing accessibility to archive materials and the development of strategies to increase engagement within iniva’s archive.
Sae Matsuno is Assistant Librarian at Stuart Hall Library, iniva. She oversees front of house services and supports the volunteering programme to enhance the quality of user experience.