24 September 2023, 7 - 8pm

Please note this event has been postponed until January 2024 - a new date will be announced soon

Part of the Association for Art History's Art History Festival 2023

24 September, 7-9pm BST

Location: online

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This event will explore the use of colour in resistance against colonialism and the role that colours have played, and can play, in processes of decolonisation both historically, and in contemporary, indigenous and other colonised, cultures. Three researchers in the field, Justine Woods (Toronto Metropolitan University), Dr Elli Michaela Young (Middlesex University)/ Design History Society and Dr Sally-Anne Huxtable (London Metropolitan University/ Design History Society) will give short presentations on their ongoing work in the field followed by a round table discussion and questions from the audience.

Laurie Shaull (Photographer), A participant in the Greater Than Fear Rally & March in Rochester Minnesota, Creative Commons, 2018.