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Key details


  • 2pm – 5pm


  • Free

Who could attend

  • Public


  • Book launch

For us, to share explores ideas of home via food, spice, and the in-between space of translation with students from the Bosco Centre in Rotherhithe.

The event will run on Saturday 7 May at Southwark Park Galleries, 1 Park Approach, Southwark Park, London, SE16 2UA.

A collage of overlapping landscapes from participants' home countries and Southwark

Image credit: Jennifer Whitworth, A collage of overlapping landscapes from participants' home countries and Southwark

The group, all of whom currently call Southwark home, includes refugees, migrants, asylum seekers and other local residents, who came together to share stories, recipes and food. Over four workshops with artist Saima Rasheed and mother tongues, a local and global multidisciplinary collective, the young people explored local history archives, painted with herbs and spices, and translated their own recipes of home through multiple forms of media to create a visual recipe book that brings different cultures into one place.

Artists: mother tongues and Saima Rasheed

Participants: Students from the Bosco Centre

MA curators: Alexa Chow, Kaia Goodenough, Chloe Hughes, Amani Mitha, Yujia Wang, AA Xie, Sarah Yang and Jenny Zhang

The book will be launched at Southwark Park Galleries on Saturday 7 May 2-5 pm, in a celebration of the work created by the group.

In partnership with Southwark Park Galleries and Bosco Centre, and supported by Arts Council England

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