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Past Events

7th July 2021

#ReconstructionWork: Can the museum be decolonised?

Our #ReconstructionWork online conversation series continues this year with another special event in partnership with the Centre on the...

30th June 2021

Stuart Hall: Selected Writings on Marxism, an online roundtable event

To mark the recent publication of Stuart Hall, Selected Writings on Marxism, edited by Gregor McLennan, we are partnering with publishers Duke...

11th May 2021

#ReconstructionWork: Racial Disparities in Mental Healthcare, with James Nazroo and Lanre Malaolu

Our #ReconstructionWork online conversation series continues this year with a special event in partnership with the Centre on the Dynamics of...

9th March 2021

Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis

Covid-19 has highlighted and exacerbated deeply entrenched racial and ethnic inequalities in the UK across a range of social arenas. The crisis...

3rd February 2021

4th Annual Stuart Hall Public Conversation - Movement and Stillness: Art in a Time of Crisis and Upheaval

Join us in welcoming three of Britain’s leading artists and poets, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Roger Robinson and Jay Bernard as they come together...

30th October 2020

#ReconstructionWork: Intergenerational Inequality with Shiv Malik and Susanna Rustin

The term ‘reconstruction’ is often used to characterize a moment in time where a series of events force a period of political, social and...

17th September 2020

An Audience with Angela Davis

From the civil rights movement of the 1960s to the present, Angela Davis has been an important figure in the historical struggles of our times....

4th September 2020

#ReconstructionWork: Legacies of British Slave Ownership with Catherine Hall and Ruth Ramsden-Karelse

The term ‘reconstruction’ is often used to characterize a moment in time where a series of events force a period of political, social and...

31st July 2020

#ReconstructionWork: Party Politics and Grassroots Organising with David Lammy and Amina Gichinga

The term ‘reconstruction’ is often used to characterize a moment in time where a series of events force a period of political, social and...

26th June 2020

#ReconstructionWork: Looking Back to Look Forward with Gary Younge and Lola Olufemi

The term ‘reconstruction’ is often used to characterize a moment in time where a series of events force a period of political, social and...

8th February 2020

Stuart Hall Foundation Third Annual Public Conversation: Resistance

The event, taking place on Saturday 8th February, will be introduced by the Stuart Hall Foundation's new Executive...

25th November 2019

Statues and Public Pedagogy

Let Our Statues Speak launched with a workshop in which participants agreed on the need to collectively shape a public conversation around...

6th November 2019

Citizens of Nowhere

Join 2019 Stuart Hall Library Artist-in-Residence Alicja Rogalska for a screening and discussion about her work developed during the residency...

17th October 2019

Authority and populism in the age of Trump

Political philosophy and news journalism offer two distinct frames through which to view the the upheavals in electoral politics - and beyond -...

24th July 2019

Familiar Stranger - A Conversation between Two Islands

Join us for an evening of conversation inspired by Stuart Hall's memoir Familiar Stranger, with Bill Schwarz (the book's author and...

5th June 2019

Stuart Hall in the Here and Now

The Stuart Hall Foundation and the ICA present a discussion celebrating the work of Jamaican-British academic, writer and political activist...

4th February 2019

British Art in Age of Empire 2.0

What does it mean to consider empire at the centre, not the peripheries, of British art and culture today? Motivated by this provocation, the...

2nd February 2019

Second Annual Public Conversation: Stuart Hall and the Future of Public Space

Join us for the Foundation's Second Annual Stuart Hall Public Conversation, on Saturday 2 February. The event gathers our growing community of...

1st February 2019

Annual Stuart Hall Foundation Scholars & Fellows Gathering

Our annual gathering brought together all past and current SHF Scholars, Fellows and Residents for a day of conversation and community...

17th January 2019

LSFF 2019: It (Still) Ain't Half Racist, Mum!

In partnership with the London Short Film Festival, we present a screening and roundtable revisiting and reflecting on academic and activist...

12th December 2018

Coming out of the Blue

Join us for an evening with artist collective Squirrel Nation, the 2018 residents at the Stuart Hall Library, organised by the Stuart Hall...

24th November 2018

Book Launch: The Popular Arts

Don't miss the chance to celebrate the launch of a new edition of Stuart Hall and Paddy Whannel's landmark book The Popular Arts.  When it...

19th November 2018

Stuart Hall Library Artist’s Residency Q&A session

Iniva and the Stuart Hall Foundation are pleased to announce the third Stuart Hall Library Artist’s Residency commencing in March 2019. The...

6th November 2018

An Evening With Ingrid Pollard

To celebrate the launch of a new Stuart Hall Fellowship at the University of Sussex, artist Ingrid Pollard will be in conversation with Lubaina...

23rd October 2018

Countless Actions: Movie Night with Elaine Mitchener

The evening will start with the screening of Lizzie Borden's Born in Flames, a film that was chosen by artist Elaine Mitchener. Following the...

13th October 2018

Launch of Black Cultural Activism Map

BLK ACT MAP commissions by collectives Skin Deep, RECLAIM, and Voices that Shake! were presented in a sell-out showcase at Platform Theatre,...

30th June 2018

Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask

Artist Isaac Julien and curator Mark Nash will present their recently restored film Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask on Saturday...

22nd February 2018

Elaine Mitchener: SWEET TOOTH London premiere

After her successful performance at the Bluecoat in Liverpool, the acclaimed vocalist and movement artist Elaine Mitchener will premier her...

3rd February 2018

The First Stuart Hall Public Conversation

Join us for the first Stuart Hall Public Conversation, on the anniversary of Stuart Hall's birthday, at Conway Hall in London. The event will...

18th October 2017

Screening of Raoul Peck’s film 'I am Not Your Negro' followed by a panel discussion

In his incendiary documentary, master filmmaker Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished. The result is a radical,...

15th June 2017

On the Desert Island – Artist in Conversation

To celebrate the launch of On the Desert Island, the outcome of the first ever Stuart Hall Library Artist’s Residency, Ting-Ting Cheng will be...

1st June 2017

On the Desert Island – A Solo Journey Through the Stuart Hall Library

Stuart Hall Foundation and Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) are delighted to announce the launch of On the Desert Island, an...