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Friday 16 February
In a nutshell
Black. Activist. Single Mum. Queer. Arts Producer. Kayza Rose joined Duckie on the Arts Council Changemaker programme to shake up what it means to be an Arts Producer in 2018. This is her story.
As well as developing a distinctive voice in Black activism and working with UK Black Pride, Kayza has produced a season of innovative black queer events including the film, performance and clubbing triptych Duckie Family, the nourishing mental health format Family Dinner and a new QTPOC London youth theatre that opens early 2018.
She was also tasked with updating the traditionally white-facing LGBT outfit Duckie with a more intersectional approach to producing art and culture.
In this post work drinks/informal panel show Kayza is joined by her co-conspirators who have helped her along the way including Niké Jonah, Campbell X, Elijah Cushnie, Arts Council's Abid Hussain and a few of her colleagues that are makers of change.
What to Expect
Drinks and an informal panel talk in Venue 2
Kayza Rose, Niké Jonah, Campbell X, Elijah Cushnie, Emmy Minton & Abid Hussain
Kayza Rose is a QTIPOC arts impresario and Arts Council Changemaker. She runs BlackOutLDN, for arts and solidarity around BAME visibility and empowerment, is a Producer at Duckie and works as Head of Media at UK Black Pride #blacklivesmatter
Duckie are an arts outfit that put shows in clubs and clubs in shows
What people are saying
'Kayza is a powerful important voice' Paul Bonham
Why does Rich Mix matter?
'It provides a safe, welcoming and exciting space for QTIPOC people'
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Things you should know
Suitable for ages 16+
This event is wheelchair accessible.
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