In partnership with National Museums Liverpool
Artist, performer and writer, Travis Alabanza is one of the UK’s most significant voices on trans rights as well as an exciting queer performer. Homotopia, in partnership with National Museums Liverpool, is proud to present a weekend of events featuring Travis Alabanza.
Join the International Slavery Museum and ROOT-ed Zine for a rare and intimate conversation with Travis Alabanza, exploring their trans right and Black rights activism. From London to Liverpool, Travis will draw on their personal experiences, weaving in an honest view of British history and the current political climate.
Travis Alabanza will be in conversation with ROOT-ed Zine co-founder Amber Akaunu and Sadé Mica.
About ROOT-ed Zine
ROOT-ed (Revolution of our time) is a self-published zine, and social platform, that aims to promote, support and inspire creative people of colour within the North West of England. The zine was founded by artists Amber Akaunu and Fauziya Johnson during their final year at university in which they both studied Fine Art. The two saw a lack of representation in university, media, galleries and museums and felt the need to create this platform to represent the underrepresented by allowing creatives to showcase their talents and skills and voice their thoughts and ideas.
About Sadé Mica
‘My current practice explores my experiences navigating the world as a fat, queer, black person and the nuances that brings in fleshing out an identity that is often met with contempt and confusion.’
IMAGE CREDIT: Elise RoseFREE
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