Family Takeover led by Artist-in-Residence Lateisha Davine Lovelace-Hanson
Time & Location
Every Sunday throughout the exhibitions, families can drop-in to the Drawing Studio and galleries to take part in free, creative and fun activities led by our Family Artist-in-Residence Lateisha Davine Lovelace-Hanson. Families are invited to work together through a series of activities using poetry, spoken word, and story-telling to create collaborative outcomes in response to key themes from Crone Music, an exhibition by Beatrice Gibson. Join us for sessions where we will work with ideas of ritual, movement and collectivity to consider the questions, stories and myths of life itself.
Family Takeover is suitable for children of all ages and materials are provided free of charge, but donations are welcomed.
The space is wheelchair accessible. For further information about access at Camden Arts Centre, please see here.
Lateisha Davine Lovelace-Hanson will lead these sessions. Lateisha is a performer, spoken word poet and facilitator of Jamaican heritage. Her work is rooted in the personal liberation of the body, growth and human connection, and explores what it means to collectively embody Afro Diasporic creative resistance. Her practice is playful and sensory, developed from methods and spiritual tools to empower ideas and cultural actions through story, movement, spoken word and object. She is Artistic Director of Hit The Ground, a theatre project and producing space working towards social awareness in relation to decoloniality and climate change.