“Decolonising the Curatorial Process” – a new film, produced and directed by Dr Orson Nava

Orson Nava’s documentary film “Decolonising the Curatorial Process” features recordings of conference footage and individual interviews with a range of contributors who examine ways that decolonial activists, museologists, political scientists, historians and other scholar-activists from South Africa, Kenya and the UK are working with radical museum curators to challenge Eurocentric approaches to the study of history.

‘Deconstructing Institutional Racism through a Decolonial Lens’ (recorded event) – 14 October 2020

On Wednesday 14 October 2020, Decolonial Dialogues and Race, Ethnicity and Education Network (REEN), University of Exeter, UK hosted a virtual artist's talk, featuring musician and activist, Pravini Baboeram producer of the documentary 'The Uprising' Within this joint virtual artist's…

Black In Post-Sec Reflections on Documentary by BIPS Exec Team

This submission to Decolonial Dialogues is intended to offer a written reflection by the Black in Post-Sec Executive team. The reflection seeks to state the intention behind the “Black In Post-Sec” Documentary, it’s purpose, to thank those that engaged with…

Art & Activism: Lessons Learned from The Uprising

Pravini Baboeram A few years ago I participated in “decolonizing the mind” courses. I remember a sense of shock when I realized how everything I thought I knew, was actually based on what the colonizer wanted me to know. After…