Artist’s Talk and Panel Discussion
The Past is Never Dead…
Gallery 1957 is pleased to invite you to an artist talk and panel discussion to accompany the exhibition The Past Is Never Dead… by Langlands & Bell
Sunday 20 June, 2021. 10am – 1:30pm
In conjunction with the exhibition The Past Is Never Dead… by British artist duo Langlands & Bell, and curated by Jonathan Watkins, Gallery 1957 is pleased to host a morning of art conversations. From 10 am, exhibiting artists Langlands & Bell will be having an artist talk with curator Jonathan Watkins, moderated by Historian Allotey Bruce-Konuah. At 12 pm, a panel discussion on Restoration, Tourism and the Historical Importance of the Colonial Slave Forts of Ghana featuring Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell, Adjoa Armah, Abdul-Rauf Issahaque, Nish McCree, Okhiogbe Omonblanks Omonhinmin and Charlotte Ashamu.
10-11:30 am Artist Talk
Langlands and Bell in conversation with Jonathan Watkins moderated by Allotey Bruce-Konuah.
11:30 am Break
12 pm Panel Discussion
Is the past ever dead? Restoration, tourism, and the historical importance of the slave forts of Ghana
Featuring: Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell, Adjoa Armah, Abdul-Rauf Issahaque, Nish McCree, Okhiogbe Omonblanks Omonhinmin and Charlotte Ashamu.
Moderated by: Allotey Bruce-Konuah.
Langlands & Bell, Talks Programme
Kempinski Hotel, Gold Coast City
Gamel Abdul Nasser Ave, Ridge – Accra, Ghana.