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Exhibition

The Black Art Hub's 1st Black Art Trail

If you are an artist, Poet, or organisation interested in exhibiting your work or collaborating, contact us via email for more information.

Partners:

The Halpern Gallery

Intra Arts

Ray Lit Reviews

Sept - Oct | 2024

Medway

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The Black Art Hub

6, Block B

Nucleus Arts Centre

272 High Street

Chatham

Kent

ME4 4BP

theblackarthub@gmail.com

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aboutus

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The Black Art Hub is a non-profit Community Hub, located in Medway (Kent) founded by local Black British artist 'Michi Masumi'.

 

Its Aims and Purpose is to provide a platform for grassroots Black British Visual Artists and Poets to share experiences and exhibit work.

 

Develop their artistry through skilling, employability, peer reviews, and creative collaborations.

Showcasing the rich diversities within the UK's Black Communities.

Supporting and encouraging grassroots Black British Management, Community Development, and Black British Narration through Art.

Start up Creative Business advice and support

Further and Higher educational creative routes workshops.

Conducting research specifically aimed at contemporary Black British Visual Arts and Poetry.

The Black British Arts Directory Development Programme

Inviting Black British Visual Artists & Poets 
to join us in paving a new path within British Arts

The UK is a very special place,  full to the brim of diversity.

 'The Black Art Hub' believes all aspects of Black Diversity should be more accessible within the Art Community, Institutions, Museums, and Galleries.

Most importantly our Art needs to be seen in all types of environments across the UK

Being a Black British Visual Artist/Poet has a different meaning to each

Person. Black Expression should not be put into a box nor limited to one representation. There is space for us All. 

Events 

May 2024

 Black British Art Research Forum

(Online only & DTC) 

May 2024 

1st Hub Meeting for the Year (DTC)

@Nucleus Arts Centre, Chatham, Kent

25th May 

Africa Art Day (LTC)

June 2024

Art, Further & Higher Education (DTC)

July 2024

1st July  - Caribbean Community Day (LTC)

A - Z of Exhibiting Art Workshop (DTC) 

August 2024

 Youth Day for ages 14 -17 (DTC)

 Artists' CV Workshop (DTC)

16th Sept - 23rd October 2024

Medway's Black Art Trail

Several Locations Across Medway

3rd - 30th October 2024 

Intersectionality Art Exhibition

@Nucleus Arts Gallery, Chatham Kent

IMMERSE SUMMER 2024

Black British Art Cultural and Creative Workshops

 An introduction via theory and practice 

Suitable for All, you do not need to be a Black British Artist or Poet to attend Immerse  Spring 2024 workshops. 

Workshop 1: Melanin - Portrait Photography

Workshop 2: Ebony Skin Live Painting Class

Workshop 3: The Sound of Blackness (Poetry)

DTC

DTC: date to be confirmed  | LTC: Location to be confirmed

Partnerships
and 
event Sponsors

Looking for New Talent?

Seeking something different?

Need a Creative ?

Have Exhibition Space ?

Provide Workshops?

Can Donate Art Supplies?

Offering Artists Support ?

Want to Collaborate?

Job Vacancies need filling?

Contact:

theblackarthub@gmail.com

The Black Art Hub are looking for the following to assist our members. 

 

 Grassroots Art Mentors 

Gallery/ Exhibition Spaces

NFT Art Experts

Social Media Content Creators

Visual Art & Poetry Teachers

Volunteers

 Networking Faciliators

Research Partners

Work Experience Opporunities for Over 18s 

Membership criteria

  • You must be aged 18 and over

  • Black and British (residence in the UK)

  • A Visual Artist or Poet 

  • Have the right to work in the UK

  • Agree to the HUB's Code of Conduct

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Our Mission is to develop a thriving Black British Art Scene, within Medway for Artists, the local community, Businesses, International visitors of the region,  Creative Students, and Art Lovers.

With Nature Reserve Parks, The River Medway, Farmland, Urban Life, Several Art galleries, Dockyards, Historical sites, and a Great Art Scene.

The Black Art Hub is Ideal fosparking inspiration!

Networking, B2B, and Personal Development.  

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