Curation

2022

Black to the Future: Afr0-Futurism as Archival Practice’ Art on the Underground & Black Blossoms School of Art and Culture

Black Queer Ecologies,’ Queer Circle & Black Blossoms School of Art and Culture

Sethembile Msezane’s, Artist in Residency, Central Saint Martins

‘Let the Emerald Village Carry Me,’ Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins, 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning and Bluecoat [funded by Arts Council England and British Council]

‘Veiled Dreams,’ Barbican

Reconnecting with the Land: Sethembile Msezane Screening & Talk,’ Autograph

Politica da Casa,’ Centro Cultural Mindelo, Cape Verde (co-curated with Gilda Barros)

‘Politica da Casa,’ Asiko Art School, Cape Verde (co-curated with Gilda Barros) 

2018

‘Critical Practice as Play,’A short course curated by Janine Francois, who invited the artists Enan Gbewonyo,Chloe Filani and Camille Barton to respond to Tate Britain’s collection to initiate conversations about race, power and privilege.

2017

A Seat at the Table: Critical Reflections A listening party in honour of Solange Knowles’s critically acclaimed album, co-curated with: Gabrielle Smith, Stella Odunlami and Andrea Ferdinand and funded by Arts Council England in collaboration with 198 Gallery and London College of Communication.

2015

The Hackney Print‘ A commissioned tapestry print created by the Threads Fashion Project for Hackney Museum’s ‘African Threads,’exhibition.             

2014

Style Young,’ A fashion film collaboration between the Threads Fashion Project & the London College of Fashion.                                                                                                                               

2013

‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ [participation & exhibition film] A multi-arts festival funded by the Arts Councils and in collaboration with Iniva/ Stuart Hall Library, Guest Projects/ Shonibare Studio ands Lyric Hammersmith, co-curated with Stella Odunlami.   [Funded by Arts Council England]