Urban Dialogues: Navigations is a three-week exhibition and programme of talks, performances and workshops giving audiences the chance to explore what it means to live together in a culturally mixed society – at a time when public debate on these issues is highly polarised.
Urban Dialogues: Navigations brings together artists with unique perspectives on what happens to our beliefs as we journey through life and around the globe. Working across a range of media, the rich variety of works explore the personal questions and provocations inspired by themes of identity, faith and belief in our interconnected world.
This year’s Urban Dialogues exhibition has been curated by artist and curator Barby Asante.
The exhibition is put together by a variety of faith based and non-religious partners and convened by 3FF.
3FF’s Urban Dialogues is run in partnership with Arts Council England, Culture at King’s, Radical Middle Way, Art and Christianity Enquiry, JW3, City Bridge Trust, Bible Society, Greenbelt, Near Neighbours and Red Gallery.
Wednesday 3rd September 7-11pm / £5 advance / £7 on the door
Immerse yourself in an eclectic mix of art, live music, performance and international food. With special guest appearances by The Human Revolution Orchestra, Breis and The Turbans.
Thursday 11th September 6.30-11pm / £5 advance / £7 on the door
Lively discussion hosted by Jumoké Fashola with special guests, and music, food and performances from Sona Jobarteh & Bumi Thomas- for women only.
Sunday 21st September 1-6pm / FREE
An afternoon for adults and children alike: art workshops, storytelling, inspiring speakers, cake and live performance from The Mixed Up Chorus.
3 Rivington Street,
London EC2A 3DT