Building a network, starting a movement
We don’t just want to talk about diversity. We want to draw inspiration from people who are building platforms where difference thrives; people who have prioritised inclusivity, and in doing so, have made work that is culturally relevant. Each event will be headlined by creatives working to build this into their practice. We’re interested to see how they did it, and it’s a great chance for the industry to learn from people who are making creative culture more inclusive.
We talk about this as a student movement, but currently that movement is made up of 12 people. In order for Nuff Said to become something that more people can connect with, it needs to grow to encompass other people’s vision of diversity, too. The event is an opportunity for students and industry individuals to get involved with our mission – both in terms of networking and finding out what others are thinking about it.
The entire Nuff Said team is incredibly excited to make work that has cultural relevance, that people can connect with, and to be part of a movement that we hope will transform the industry for the better.
The first Nuff Said event will take place on Wednesday May 8, between 6–9pm at The Mill. Speakers will include Roshni Goyate, founder of the Other Box, Brendan Mcknight from the Dots and Ibrahim Kamara, co-founder and editor in chief at Guap. It will be hosted by Dines of Studio Blup. Sign up via the Eventbrite.