What do you see, when you look at me?

The Race Equality Centre (TREC)’s inaugural exhibition.

 

This work aims to challenge our perceptions of other people’s appearances and to dispel visual stereotypes.

 

 

This exhibition forms part of a wider vision to deliver groundbreaking, thought provoking work that will allow us to break down barriers, enhance knowledge and embrace each other’s abilities and successes.

 

 

TREC is in the process of developing a Heritage Impact Centre to tell the stories of minority communities and their contribution to British society both near and far, past and present.

 

We are delighted to invite you to look closely at the physical appearances of our amazing volunteers who have generously contributed their time and effort to welcome us into their personal and professional lives.

 

VENUES:

Curve Theatre: 26th July – 25th September 2014

 

Leicestershire Centre for Integrated Living, The West End Centre, Andrewes Street, Leicester, LE3 5PA

 

This work will be available to utilize as an educational resource, locally and nationally.

Curator: Tara Munroe.

Project Manager: Kamljit Obhi.

Photography: Kajal Nisha Patel.

 

Supported by LCIL

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WHAT DO YOU SEE, WHEN YOU LOOK AT ME?

The Race Equality Centre

WHAT DO YOU SEE, WHEN YOU LOOK AT ME?

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

The Race Equality Centre is putting together an exhibition that will destroy the misconceptions of stereotypes.

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

We are looking for volunteers to take part of the exhibition.

So if you are or you know anyone that defies stereotypical boundaries please lets us know and join in. Be proud of your individuality. Shout from the roof tops this is me, I’m not what you think I am.

Or if you just want to get some experience of setting up an exhibition and being part of this spectacular ground breaking exhibition to be shown at the Curve from July to September.

IF YOU NEED EXPERIENCE IN CURATING, EXHIBITION DESIGN OR RESEARCH GET IN CONTACT.

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