Action Against Hate: Diversity and Religion Exhibition
309 Regent St.
London W1B 2HW
Get The Trolls Out! and the University of Westminster’s Diversity & Inclusion Research Community invite you to explore Action against hate: diversity & religion exhibition on display at the University of Westminster’s Regent’s Street campus, from 25 February to 2 March 2023.
Action against Hate explores the theme of ‘Diversity and Religion’ through artwork and films made by artists and video makers from across Europe. With an emphasis on a recent increase in antisemitic and anti-Muslim visual images, this exhibition aims to counter such hateful content by promoting inclusive narratives about ‘Diversity and Religion.’
Free closing-night event
This free event will take place on Thursday 2 March, 6-9pm at the historic Regent Street Cinema.
Come along and enjoy a film screening, panel discussion, Q&A and visual art exhibition with a food and drinks reception.
The film screening will showcase four films, providing a platform for underrepresented stories about migration and identity:
- Bamba’s Story – Migrant Lives in Pandemic Times
- A Wanderer
After the screening, a panel discussion titled Action against Hate will be moderated by Roza Tsagarousianou who leads the University of Westminster’s Diversity & Inclusion Research Community. Then we will enjoy food and drinks at the University of Westminster’s Regent Street Cafe Gallery while exploring the final night of our free week-long exhibition.
To join the closing night event please sign-up using eventbrite.