Heather Agyepong

 


 

 

Education

Recipient of Kirsty McColl Full Scholarship 2014

  • Goldsmiths College, University of London: MA, Photography & Urban Cultures
  • University of Kent: BSc Applied Psychology 
  • City of Westminster College: BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts

Exhibitions & Projects

  • 2014: The Gaze on Agbogbloshie, The Waste-Agency, London
  • 2014:The Gaze on Agbogbloshie, Habitus Group Show, Menier Gallery: Urban Photo Fest, London
  • 2014: Life in Technicolor, MA Interim Photography & Urban Cultures Show 2014 at Goldsmiths College, NAB, London
  • 2014: Re-Imagining Deptford, ‘Regeneration’ then and now: 21 years of urban change in Deptford at Deptford Town Hall, Council Chamber, London
  • 2012: Life in Technicolor, See Africa Differently, Tanner Street Space, London

 Talks/Workshops & Publications

  • 2018: The Photographers Gallery, KeySpeakers: 4 Saints In 3 Acts, Artist Talk & Panelist, London
  •  Re-imagining Black Britain, Afrofuturism & Identity Panelist
  • 2017: Visible/Invisible: Artist Talk, But We Are Still Here, Tate Modern
  •  Nifty’s present One Pot, Arcola Theatre, Presentation
  •  Le Gateau Chocolat: Black, Theatre Royal StratfordEast, Post Show Talk
  • Feeling Images: Photography’s Relationship with Illness, Mental Health and Wellbeing Symposium, Panelist
  • Journey to Justice Youth Day, Re-imagining the narrative workshop
  • UNIQLO Tate Lates, Human Library, Radical Photographic Artist 
  • The Lighthouse Launch Event: Oxford University International Relations Society, Does Photojournalism still have the power to bring change?, Panelist
  • BLACK PORTRAITURE[S] III: Reinventions: Strains of Histories and Cultures Conference,South Africa, Johannesburg, Panelist
  • Embodying Emotions: Speaking with the body, Bloomsbury Festival, Wellcome Collection, Assistant Photographer, London
  • Open16: Studio Peckham, Peckham Platform, Black History Month Workshop
  • Nominated for Prix Pictet prize, Theme: Space
  • 'Re-imaging art works with Winifred Knights', Off the wall workshop, Dulwich Picture Gallery
  • Black Women & How We Deal With Trauma - Is it working?, Initiative.dkf
  • Archives Matter, Goldsmiths College, London
  • "How can we represent" Circuit & Renaissance Foundation workshop, Tate Britain
  • What's Happening to Black British History 4, Black British History, Artist Talk
  • TMC Collective, Archive Event, Autograph ABP
  • 2015: The Alkebulan Project Book, Part 1
  • 2014: Life of Electronics Conference, University of London, London

Selected as one of Talawa's MAKE: Sustain Artists of 2017.

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