An exhibition and series of special events at one of London's most original venues, Urban Dialogues: Navigations brings together artists with unique perspectives on belief in a connected world. Presented across a range of media, the works explore faith, belief, migration and personal identity in our global intercultural present.

Curated by Barby Asante.

Exhibition open 3-21 Sept
12-7pm daily
Free entry

Red Gallery
1-3 Rivington Street
London EC2A 3DT [map]

Events
Festival Night
Wednesday 3rd September 7-11pm / £5 advance / £7 on the door
Immerse yourself in an eclectic mix of art, live music, performance and international food. With special guest appearances by The Human Revolution Orchestra, Breis and The Turbans.

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Female Voices
Thursday 11th September 6.30-11pm / £5 advance / £7 on the door
Lively discussion hosted by Jumoké Fashola with special guests, and music, food and performances from Sona Jobarteh & Bumi Thomas- for women only.

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Sunday Social
Sunday 21st September 1-6pm / FREE

An afternoon for adults and children alike: art workshops, storytelling, inspiring speakers, cake and live performance from The Mixed Up Chorus.


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Festival Night | Weds 3 Sept

Wednesday 3rd September, 7-11pm, Red Gallery

Kicking off our series of special events, FESTIVAL NIGHT promises to be a night like no other. Immerse yourself in a mix of live music, spoken word and performances. Acts include:

Powerful Jazz collective THE HUMAN REVOLUTION ORCHESTRA
Guest appearance from THE MIXED UP CHORUS
Dynamic Hip Hop Lyricist BRIES
Gypsy Turkish Folk Fusion THE TURBANS

With mesmerizing performances from ALINAH AZADEH, MELISA SUZEN and NAOMI ATKINSON.

Topped with amazing street food from all over the world and much more, this is a night not to be missed.

Photo: The Turbans
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Female Voices | Thur 11 Sept

Thursday 11th September 6.30-11pm, Red Gallery

An evening for women only, Female Voices will begin with a discussion hosted by broadcaster Jumoké Fashola on the question of “Shutting up, putting up, speaking out: How are UK women challenging convention?”. The panel will feature artists, campaigners and activists including:

ONJALI RAUF - Making Herstory Founder & Director
DELAINE LE BAS - English Romany, Artist and Activist
BUMI THOMAS - Singer Songwriter and Campaigner
DINA BRAWER - Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance Ambassador
MELTEM AVCIL- Former child detainee and Campaigner


Entwined with unforgettable performances from:
Award-winning Kora player SONA JOBARTEH
Singer and spoken word artist FLOetic Lara
Singer-Songwriter, fusing jazz, blues, folk and reggae BUMI THOMAS

Photo: Sona Jobarteh
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£5 advance / £7 on the door
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Sunday Social | Sun 21 Sept

Sunday 21st September, 1-6pm, Red Gallery

An afternoon of creative activities for all the family, and a chance to relax in the gallery with tea, cake, live music and performance. Culminating at 5pm in artist ALINAH AZADEH'S Burning the Books ceremony. An emotive and compelling performance, seeing debts collected over the exhibition’s duration recited from the The Book of Debts, Vol VII, and then burnt.

Featuring:

THE BRITISH HUMANIST CHOIR celebrating International Peace Day
STORYTELLING for adults and children
Artist-led creative WORKSHOPS in the gallery
Speakers Corner
THE MIXED UP CHORUS
ALINAH AZADEH Burning the Books performance

Photo: Cristina Pedreira
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This event is FREE
The Artists

Ima-Abasi Okon

Larry Achiampong

Naomi Atkinson

Alinah Azadeh

Katy and Rebecca Beinart

Nadeem Din-Gabisi

Graeme Mortimer Evelyn

Gonkar Gyatso

Kai-Oi Joyce Yung

Delaine Le Bas

OOMK

Clovis Salmon

Melisa Suzen

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