Natty Mark Samuels celebrates the art and culture of the Akan of West Africa. This talk is part of his initiative to provide teaching in African Studies with a focus on pre-colonial sub-Saharan cultures and early Black journalism.
Natty Mark Samuels is the founder of the African School, a cultural education project based in Oxford. He is an adult tutor for Abingdon and Witney College, and also delivers workshops at Brookes University for the Equality/Diversity and Art departments.
This event is part of a legacy series related to Lubaina Himid: Invisible Strategies.
Free entry, booking essential