The African Renaissance | The Breakfast Talks



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09:00 - 10:30
Standard £15, Student £10,

A hub for experience and discussion, the Dining Room will provide a multi-layered and stimulating immersion into the modern Pan-African Way of life, allowing a variety of public to engage emotionally and intellectually with its content.

The kitchen operation is headed by chef Lawrence Gomez, chef at the Ivy, in London and supporterd by the Shoreditch Trust’s Blue Marble Training Programme, providing opportunities for young adults to access careers in food.



A morning program of keynotes lectures, panel debates and discussions exploring the intersections among the arts, popular culture, economy and politic on the African continent, accompanied by a fusion Senegalese breakfast.



Wednesday, 15 October: Barthelemy Toguo (leading artist / Cameroon) in conversation with Anasthasie Tudieshe (Journalist/ Le Point Afrique)

Thursday, 16 October: Cheick Diallo (leading designer / Mali) in conversation with Amelie Klein (Curator at the Vitra Design Museum)

Friday, 17 October: James Barnor (pioneering photographer / Ghana) in conversation with Anasthasie Tudieshe (Journalist/ Le Point Afrique)

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16 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6NT

East London

Nearest station:
Old Street (Tube)


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AFRO-POLIS is an innovative cultural platform, whose aim is to create a multi-dimensional exploration and critical discovery of Africa’s cultural DNA by fostering a participatory forum via events, talks and exhibitions as well as its annual journal.