Pop-up exhibition, 'Let's work for race equality in Bristol', accompanying Yoko Ono's show at Bristol Georgian House

Activity: Talk or presentation typesCommunity engagement, including convening focus/advisory groups


This pop-up exhibit accompanied Yoko Ono's first show in Bristol (Oct - Dec 2019), and aimed to: • Raise awareness of racism in Britain & Bristol. • Give concrete ideas for making a difference. • Inspire through poetry. • Create a positive, forward-looking conversation about links between our city’s past Georgian House Museum, Bristol in 2019. Created by: Dr Joanna Burch-Brown (Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Bristol) with Anndeloris Chacon, Shaun Clarke, Marie-Annick Gournet, Lawrence Hoo, Michael Jenkins, Lottie Kennett, Charmaine Lawrence, Ros Martin, Vanessa Melody, Idren Natural, Clive Smith, Abolition Shed Collective, As It is TV, Bristol Black Carers, CARGO, Countering Colston, Everyday Racism Project, Lyrically Justified, Teach Diverse, Urban Word Collective, We Need More Black Teachers, and St Paul’s Carnival. With warm thanks to Jimmy Galvin, University of Bristol, and Bristol Museums & Galleries. Design by Bristol Design/Nicky Stott.
PeriodOct 2019Dec 2020
Held atBristol Museums and Galleries, United Kingdom