Exhibition

Migration Dreams and Nightmares

Alia Syed and Nadia Perrotta’s exhibition in Stuart Hall Library


Library Event

Artist Susan Stockwell in conversation with Dr Christine Checinska

Thursday 9 June 6.45-8.30pm


Announcement

Library call for donations

We’ve created a wish list of rare material that we can’t find for sale anywhere


Limited Print

Tsherin Sherpa Limited Edition Print

New diptych digital giclee print 'All Things Considered' available now.

detail from Dysfunctional Family

Archive

Explore Iniva's Archive

Find out more about artists, writers, curators and collectives working with Iniva


Announcement

Arts Council Collection 70th Anniversary Commission

Keith Piper: Unearthing the Banker’s Bones


News

Iniva announces new Director

Melanie Keen set to become new Director of Iniva.


Stuart Hall Library News

African Diaspora Artists in the 21st Century (ADA21)

A major new archive of filmed interviews.

Iniva at Rivington Place

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Plan your visit to Rivington Place

Map and travel information for Iniva's home, Rivington Place


ART LAB 2016 - Exploring British Values, Schools project with Shiraz Bayjoo


Who decides the values we live by? Are some values shared by all communities? Why does the current National Curriculum require that students learn about four core values - liberty, tolerance, democracy and respect for law? How do values give us a sense of belonging?

These are the kinds of questions Year 4 pupils at Newport and Dawlish Primary Schools in Leyton have been investigating under a programme co-led by the Opossum Federation, A Space and Iniva Creative Learning called 'Art Lab' with artist Shiraz Bayjoo.

Find out more via Iniva Creative Learning 

SAVE THE DATE: 6-8 October 2016

Black Artists and Modernism (BAM)
Now & Then, Here & There
Tate Britain, Clore Auditorium

Now & Then, Here & There, an international conference led by BAM (Black Artists and Modernism) in association with Iniva, will look at black British art history and art practice since the post-war period to the present day examining the spatial ‘here' (the UK) and ‘there' (the transnational) as a way of charting the various shifts from ‘new internationalism' to the ‘global' turn. Keynote speaker Professor Kobena Mercer (Yale University) will open the event which brings a range of scholars and artists' voices together to explore exhibition histories, critical museologies, the art school experience and art criticism.

In addition to the conference, Iniva and BAM are also working towards a series of artist-focused study days in the Stuart Hall Library and an accompanying display at Chelsea College of Art.

Find out more via BAM's ARHC page 

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