Experience the kaleidoscopic Colour Palace after hours in this special Late exploring art, heritage and identity.
In collaboration with Pricegore architects, the design for The Colour Palace was inspired by Yinka Ilori’s memories of fabric markets in Lagos with his grandmother – as well as unique examples of European architecture. This Late invites you to question our relationship to art and architecture through the lens of cultural heritage and identity. The evening includes pop-up talks with print artist The Fandangoe Kid and designer Yinka Ilori, music from Tony Njoku, drop-in art-making including sculpting, stitching and sketching places and stories of personal significance, with delicious food and drink available to purchase.
The Fandangoe Kid
Pop-up talks from Yinka Ilori and The Fandangoe Kid
Drop-in story sketching with Ilga Leimanis
Collaborative textile making with Stitch School
Music from Tony Njoku
A special display from The Sharp Gallery
Access to the Gallery and Cutting Edge: Modernist British Printmaking
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