7:30pm, Monday 19 October
In this two-part event the book’s authors Roger Ball and Mark Steeds discuss how facts, fictions and silences about the history of Edward Colston became part of the collective memory in the Victorian period and were subsequently challenged by historians, writers and artists.
Ros Martin is a literary-based artist and activist of many years standing. She will share an example of her work in relation to Bristol’s history and memory and talk about her literary practice: Raising Ghosts Of African Ancestors. Ros is the writer, director and narrator of Being Rendered Visible In The Georgian House Museum which you can view here. She is the producer of the trilogy Daughters Of Igbo Woman films (2017) which you will find here
You can buy the book here.