Futures Forum #6: Decolonise
Artist Opportunity, Community, Online, Opportunities
Thursday 12th January 2023 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Online - Zoom
Join us for the final Futures Forum this January with Southampton-based photographer Martin Ruddock, as we discuss the meaning of decolonisation and ask what is it, do we need it and how do we do it?
In this final Futures Forum session, Martin will be deconstructing the meaning behind decolonisation, exploring how this is being carried out in the arts sector and sharing examples from his own work and others in the sector. You’re invited to join the discussion, sharing your own ideas and contributing to the dialogue on reframing the arts sector.
How to book
Futures Forum #6: Decolonise is on Thursday 12th January 2023 from 6pm – 8pm. This is an online event that will take place via Zoom, and is open to people of the global majority only.
You can book your free place for Futures Forum via Eventbrite – Book here
Bookings close 2 days before the event. You will be sent the zoom link shortly before the day of this event. If you want to register once bookings are closed, please email email@example.com to be sent the link.
About the Host
Martin completed his postgraduate studies at University of Sussex focusing on creative methods in social research. After that he spent five years working in global development, completing projects in Indonesia and Palestine as well as the UK. These projects were community-based initiatives and involved facilitating discussions on a range of topics using creative writing and photography. The communities that Martin has worked with range from refugees and homeless people to women’s groups and young people.
About Futures Forum
Futures Forum looks to create a safe, supportive environment for global majority artists at all stages of their careers. In creating this space we recognise that there is currently a serious imbalance in the representation of global majority artists in Southampton’s cultural offer as well as further afield. Futures Forum was created to address this imbalance and provide a space for artists of all disciplines to share ideas, meet other creative people and hear from sector leaders. This space exists to serve the needs, ambitions and aspirations of its members.