We host a variety of events dedicated to bringing thinkers, writers and artists together to tackle challenging topics, encourage public debate and to engage in critical dialogue. Book your place and tune in to our live events on this page.

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Upcoming events

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30th September, 7:00pm – 8:30pm

SHF’s Annual Autumn Keynote with Arundhati Roy

The Stuart Hall Foundation is delighted to welcome writer Arundhati Roy to our Annual Autumn Keynote event entitled, Things that Can and Cannot…

Past events

19th July 2022

#ReconstructionWork: Building Black Cultural Institutions

What is the word ‘Black’ in ‘Black Cultural Institutions’? Why does it seem like there are so few black-led arts organisations in the UK that…

24th June 2022

Midsummer Night

A unique performance event for midsummer night expanding on Trevor Mathison’s recent commission at Highgate Cemetery. Midsummer Night is a…

11th June 2022

‘The Conversation Continues: We Are Still Listening’ at Highgate Festival

The Conversation Continues: We Are Still Listening is a newly commissioned audio-based artwork by artist Trevor Mathison that…

9th June 2022

Special Preview: ‘The Conversation Continues: We Are Still Listening’

We invite you to join us for a special preview of Trevor Mathison’s newly commissioned artwork ‘The Conversation Continues: We Are Still…

31st May 2022

#ReconstructionWork: Whose Memorials?

The state backlash against the mass protests for racial justice in June 2020 is well underway. A reaction punctuated by the recent passing of…

16th May 2022

Making Space: Decolonial Interventions in Contemporary Art

Convened by Susuana Amoah, the Sussex University Stuart Hall Fellow 2022, this panel will explore some of the imaginative de-colonial…

22nd April 2022

Raymond Williams @ 100: A Centenary Conference

The Raymond Williams centenary conference takes place in Manchester on 22-23 April 2022. Hosted by the Raymond Williams Society, this…

8th March 2022

#ReconstructionWork: The Politics of Care

How can we make sense of the concept of ‘care’ in today’s political and economic landscape? After twelve years of austerity, large scale public…