Activities & Workshop
Tuesday 29th September
17:15-20:15 Sainsbury Centre/Meet at Gallery Reception
Price: free (School Friends); £ 5.00 (non-School Friends); Dinner: £ 10 for two courses
Autumn INSET Evening for Teachers
You will have the chance to see our new exhibition Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector, as well as hear about forthcoming exhibition Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty.
There will be the opportunity to take part in workshops suitable for primary and secondary school teachers, hear about recent projects, engage with artists, talk with curators and Sainsbury Centre academics, and take tours with the Centre’s guides and also a talk about Norfolk Black history Month celebration.
Our Autumn teacher’s INSET will give you ideas to take back to the classroom, and is a chance to plan you visits and work with us. It’s also a great opportunity to meet friends and colleagues over food and a glass of wine.
Booking: essential by Thursday 24 September (the names of teachers must be given); payment on
is required – no tickets on the door. Call 01603 593199
Thursday 1st October
11:00-15:00 Union House, UEA
Information at the Hive
Come to our information stalls in the hive to raise awareness of the plight of refugees and migrants crisis, Black History Month and the Prevent at the information stalls at the Hive.
Sunday 4th October
Jbala 12:00-14:00, £20
Shikat 14:30-16:30, £20
Hafla and Moroccan Buffet Dinner 18:00-22:00, £10
Silver Road Community Centre, NR3 4TB
NOD and Norfolk Black History Month present:
Moroccan dance workshops with Sarah Malik,
Traditional Moroccan folk dance workshops with internationally acclaimed Moroccan dancer and teacher Sarah Malik.
NOD's Moroccan themed Hafla with Sarah Malik
including Moroccan buffet dinner.
Tuesday 6th October- Saturday 10th October
19:00-21:00 Cinema City, Norwich
Price: £ 60 (£50 concessions)
African-American Cinema evening course - Cinema Plus
Explore the history, development and cultural impact of African-American Cinema.
Examining a range of films made by and about black Americans, this six week evening course will survey African-American cinema’s major concerns and forms across the twenty and twenty-first centuries. We’ll investigate themes such as performance and counter-culture alongside historical events and aesthetics in films such as The Jazz Singer, Selma and Shaft. With tutor Dr Chris Lloyd.
Further information can be found here
Wednesday 7th October
17:00-19:00 Union House, Room 6, UEA
Hosted by Kieran (UEA Pride)
Arts & Crafts at UEA
Come and join the University of East Anglia Pride event in celebration of Black History Month ab Arts, crafts, tea, cake and mental health event.
Thursday 8th October
17:00-19:00 Union House, Room 1, UEA
Join the discussion and make a change - Ethnic Minorities Student Caucus
Ethnic Minorities Officer Hussam Hussein, with support of UEA student volunteers and societies will be holding Ethnic Minorities Student Caucus. Come and discuss the matters that interest you most.
Info: Hussam Hussein: @UnionUEABME / union.ethnicminoriti firstname.lastname@example.org H.Hussein@uea.ac.uk
Monday 12th October
19:00-21:00 Union House, UEA
"Exploring East Asian cultures"
Come and explore East Asian culture and language. This event is hosted by Chinese Students Society Association, Japanese, Korean Society, and Vietnamese Society
Saturday 31st October
14:00-18:00 The Garage, Norwich
Price: for each workshop £12 (£8 concessions); all three workshops: £30 (21 concessions)
An afternoon of African Music and Dance
KORA SINGING - with Sefo Kanuteh
ZULU DRUMMING - with Anna Mudeka
KIZOMBA DANCE - with Francis Karemo
For all enquiries:
Tickets available from:African Emporium, 21 Lower Goat Lane, Norwich
Rosy Lee’s Tea Rooms, Loddon
Saturday 31st October
20:00 The Curve, The Forum, Millenium Plain, Norwich NR2 1TF
“Negrophilia and the Harlem Renaissance”
Robert Short and the Rebus Theatre Group create a specially commissioned work for stage and multimedia based on Nancy Cundard’s famous book “Negrophilia”. High entertainment with deep soul!