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Black Cats Art Collective
Black Cats Art Collective is a postgraduate led group and our aim is to engage critically and creatively with varied forms of visual art in our monthly workshops .
The sessions are devised and led by Prea Kaur and Danielle Wallace , both postgraduates at Keele University , they are free and everyone is welcome to attend !

Upcoming sessions include :

October
All out of Halloween : The artsy politics behind Ghosts and Ghouls
November
What does it mean to be British and Black : exploring spoken word poetry with the Boot Sale Poet .
December
Poetry workshop with Prea Kaur : bring along your poems and we will workshop them together .
More details and dates / times can be found on our website or by following :
Box Office 01782 734340 | keele . ac . uk / artskeele
@ Blackcatsartcollective
Contact Places are limited so if you would like to ensure a post please contact Prea or Danielle to reserve a space .
Prea Kaur g . kaur @ keeele . ac . uk
Danielle Wallace d . wallace @ keele . ac . uk
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