A Nan Kids talk on Caribbean ancestry, the family tree and the importance of friendship circles.
Reel Rebels Studios
15:00 – 16:00 BST
Nan Kids is a project by Leon Clowes that explores Kinship Care. This talk is part of RRR’s Black & White Noise Open Booth Day at Reel Rebels Studio
9th October, 15:00.
In this live studio recording, Leon interviews artists Alicia Graham and Piyagarn Odunukwe about their works in progress: ‘A Caribbean Family Tree’, an artistic exploration of Alicia’s extensive Caribbean family tree and RRR’S Friendship Nucleus, a geometric design which reflects Piyagarn’s family-style friendship circle. Both have been commissioned by Nan Kids and Reel Rebels as public participation pieces. As well as art presentations and spoken word, this Kinship Care Week discussion looks at displacement in families, what it is to grow up with your grandparents, aunt/uncle or other family members and how kinship care can extend beyond more familiar family structures.
How to join the conversation: There are four ways you can take part:
Studio audience: If you want to be part of a small, live studio audience, please register now. There is also access to the Black & White Noise Sound Art exhibition, DJs and other talks for you to enjoy. We suggest a £2-£5 donation for taking part in the talk on your arrival.
Be on the panel and help lead the discussion: If you are a Nan Kid or have a different experience of kinship care and want to be a voice on the panel, please email: email@example.com