HOW TO CUT A MANGO

‘HOW TO CUT A MANGO’ was produced, directed and edited by Varaidzo. It was purposefully created within the time constraint of 24 hours and was shot entirely on smartphones. The film explores themes of sexual assault.

Decolonising museums: Sciences Education panel as part of 'Can Science be Decolonised?' symposium at King's College London University 19/03/2017
Decolonising museums: Sciences Education panel as part of 'Can Science be Decolonised?' symposium at King's College London University 19/03/2017

Discussing the evolution of memes, museum diversity schemes, and the future of afrotech at KCL Women in STEM Society: Can Science Be Decolonised?

Full panel video found here

gal-dem x V&A: Friday Late at Stratford Circus 24-25/02/2017
gal-dem x V&A: Friday Late at Stratford Circus 24-25/02/2017

Photo credit: Peanut Butter Vibes

Role: Programme co-curator

"Step into Hollywood’s iconic posters to challenge #OscarsSoWhite, perfect your Thumka and partake in a Bollywood dance off, and learn how to shoot a film on your mobile."

Featured in: Dazed, FACT Magazine

Full programme available here

'We Are The Latest Models Of Our Ancestry' by Busty Beatz at Wellcome Collection
'We Are The Latest Models Of Our Ancestry' by Busty Beatz at Wellcome Collection

Role: UK social media manager

"Collaborating with artists, academics and researchers from across worlds, disciplines and experiences, We are the Latest Models of our Ancestry sets out to challenge perceptions of ‘museum objects’."

More information about the Busty Beatz installation and Twitter takeover here

gal-dem x V&A: Friday Late 28/10/2016
gal-dem x V&A: Friday Late 28/10/2016

Photo credit: Peanut Butter Vibes

Role: Curator of 'Reading Room' at the National Art Library

"A timeline that documents the last century of female British writers of colour."

Featured in: The Guardian, Dazed, Crack Magazine, i-D Magazine, SBTV

Full programme available here

gal-dem Winter Film Festival 17/01/15
gal-dem Winter Film Festival 17/01/15

Photo credit: Ailsa Fineron

Role: Programme curator

"A film festival to celebrate women of colour filmmakers, from established directors to up and coming filmmakers."

Featured in: Oxford Student, The Metropolist, To-do List

Full programme can be found here

Secrets Women Keep: April 2014

In collaboration with Indigo Williams and Lesley Asare (I Shape Beauty) and The Body Narratives

HOW TO CUT A MANGO
Decolonising museums: Sciences Education panel as part of 'Can Science be Decolonised?' symposium at King's College London University 19/03/2017
gal-dem x V&A: Friday Late at Stratford Circus 24-25/02/2017
'We Are The Latest Models Of Our Ancestry' by Busty Beatz at Wellcome Collection
gal-dem x V&A: Friday Late 28/10/2016
gal-dem Winter Film Festival 17/01/15
Secrets Women Keep: April 2014
HOW TO CUT A MANGO

‘HOW TO CUT A MANGO’ was produced, directed and edited by Varaidzo. It was purposefully created within the time constraint of 24 hours and was shot entirely on smartphones. The film explores themes of sexual assault.

Decolonising museums: Sciences Education panel as part of 'Can Science be Decolonised?' symposium at King's College London University 19/03/2017

Discussing the evolution of memes, museum diversity schemes, and the future of afrotech at KCL Women in STEM Society: Can Science Be Decolonised?

Full panel video found here

gal-dem x V&A: Friday Late at Stratford Circus 24-25/02/2017

Photo credit: Peanut Butter Vibes

Role: Programme co-curator

"Step into Hollywood’s iconic posters to challenge #OscarsSoWhite, perfect your Thumka and partake in a Bollywood dance off, and learn how to shoot a film on your mobile."

Featured in: Dazed, FACT Magazine

Full programme available here

'We Are The Latest Models Of Our Ancestry' by Busty Beatz at Wellcome Collection

Role: UK social media manager

"Collaborating with artists, academics and researchers from across worlds, disciplines and experiences, We are the Latest Models of our Ancestry sets out to challenge perceptions of ‘museum objects’."

More information about the Busty Beatz installation and Twitter takeover here

gal-dem x V&A: Friday Late 28/10/2016

Photo credit: Peanut Butter Vibes

Role: Curator of 'Reading Room' at the National Art Library

"A timeline that documents the last century of female British writers of colour."

Featured in: The Guardian, Dazed, Crack Magazine, i-D Magazine, SBTV

Full programme available here

gal-dem Winter Film Festival 17/01/15

Photo credit: Ailsa Fineron

Role: Programme curator

"A film festival to celebrate women of colour filmmakers, from established directors to up and coming filmmakers."

Featured in: Oxford Student, The Metropolist, To-do List

Full programme can be found here

Secrets Women Keep: April 2014

In collaboration with Indigo Williams and Lesley Asare (I Shape Beauty) and The Body Narratives

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