Containing Multitudes Exhibition
Mon. 1 October to Sun. 14 October | 9 AM - 9 PM Mon. to Fri., 9 AM to 5 PM Saturday
Lectures accompanying the exhibition
- 1 Oct
- Containing Multitudes Introductory Lecture
- 2 Oct
- BHM – 1968 at the Mexico Games
- 3 Oct
- Obama and Oprah
- 4 Oct
- Black Presence in Norfolk 1589 to 1883
- 5 Oct
- Hollywood Representations
- 8 Oct
- The Williams’ Plantation
- 9 Oct
- White Maps, Black Routes
- 10 Oct
- Teofilo Stevenson
- 11 Oct
- Toni Morrison lecture
Containing Multitudes is an exhibition of the letters of Sarah Hicks Williams, an American northerner living in the slave-holding south.
The letters are drawn from the Sarah Hicks Williams Papers, courtesy of the Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Special Collections Library at the University of North Carolina.
A series of daily lectures will accompany the exhibition, as part of Black History Month, followed by Café Conversations – a chance to discuss what you’ve heard in the lectures.
Exhibition and lectures take place in the Norfolk & Norwich Millennium Library or Fusion, both at The Forum, Norwich. All Café Conversations will take place in Café Bar Marzano in The Forum 15 minutes after the public lectures end. Tea and coffee will be provided.
- Norwich: The Forum, Millennium Plain, NR2 1TF
- Fully accessible
- Containing Multitudes website
- 18 Sep 2012 18:59pm