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Volume IV: The Black Curriculum Study Group
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Courtesy Getty Images

Due to coronavirus-related matters this workshop has unfortunately had to be cancelled.

All pre-booked and confirmed participants can still enjoy a free copy of Jazz, courtesy of VINTAGE. Your book is ready to collect from the ICA Box Office, anytime from today up to 30 March.

‘Say make me, remake me. You are free to do it and I am free to let you because look, look. Look where your hands are. Now.’
– Toni Morrison, Jazz

The Black Curriculum leads a study group on Toni Morrison’s novel Jazz, considering connections to music and photography and the image in Morrison's writing. This focus heeds the interdisciplinary nature of Morrison’s work.
The Black Curriculum is an organisation rectifying the lack of taught Black British history by creating and disseminating an original curriculum encompassing history, culture and environmental science to young people around the UK, with a strong emphasis on teaching through creative forms.
01:00 pm
Sat, 14 Mar 2020

This study group is aimed at students aged 11 – 16

If you have access requirements, please get in touch in advance of your visit and we will make our best endeavours to help you. Please contact us in advance of your visit for more information at access@ica.art.

This study group is relaxed. This means that if you tic, shout or move about, you’re more than welcome.

You are free to come and go from the Studio during this study group.

This event is seated on hard chairs. Full venue accessibility information can be found here, and you can download an accessibility map of the venue from here.

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