Black Cultural Archives has announced the return of their annual career event, BCA Pathways; this year's theme is Seeing Ourselves, Hearing Our Voices. The event will take place Thursday, the 15th of September from 10:00-16:00 at the Museum of London - 150 London Wall, EC2Y 5HN. The event is targeted at those aged 16-25 from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. The event will include workshops, talks, as well as a prospect fair; the event will inform attendees of the possible roles within the sector, career pathways, and educational opportunities.
As part of BCA's mission to "educate, inspire and create access" to the arts for young people of Black and Minority Ethnic descent throughout the UK, BCA Pathways works to shine a light on a variety of career paths in the arts and heritage sector whilst supporting sustainable representation and leadership within the arts. This year's keynote speakers include Lemara Lindsay-Prince, Senior Commissioning Editor at Merky Books; Gbolahan Obisesan, Artistic Director & Joint CEO at Brixton House Theatre; Roshni Hirani, Recruitment Manager at Serpentine.
Tickets for the event are free and include a complimentary lunch. Attendees should register by 14 September 2022, 22:00 by visiting this link.
Learn more about BCA Pathways: Seeing Ourselves, Hearing Our Voices by visiting their webpage here.