The Land of the Kente
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