PANELISTS: Thandi Pheonix, DRMNGNOW, DJ Jennifer Loveless and Sosefina Fuamoli
When there is no format or representation on how to take on a dream, a scene or an industry how do we know when we're enough?
To celebrate the release of the new anthology Growing Up African in Australia, The Pin is hosting a one-off launch event in Tasmania.
Join contributors Grace Williams, Iman Sissay and Shona Kambarami for a night of readings and discussion at Yambu Cafe. This is your chance to hear directly from the authors and secure a copy of the book.
The night will include entertainment by local artists including musician Kartanya Maynard.
This Cultural Forum will be an intimate affair as we sit down with Pin co-creators Lucie and Nkechi. Established when both women were in their mid twenties, the online forum has grown to be an important meeting point for writers, thinkers and Australians.
Join us as we find out how these women first met and how questions about race, identity and culture led to the development of their site.
The Pin at WOMADelaide 2018!!!
We'll be joined on the stage at WOMAD by the amazingly talented Remi Kolawole (REMI) and Sampa Tembo (Sampa the Great) with special guest N'Fa Jones (1200 Techniques, Cool Out Sun) for an Artists In Conversation, talking all things Race. Identity. Culture.
The Pin presents the second Where We At? event for 2017 at the Melbourne Recital Centre Salon. Featuring award-winning journalist and documentary maker Santilla Chingaipe as moderator for the evening heading a panel of young and exciting artists, poets, comedians and musicians.
For first time, jumping off the online and in to the real The Pin hosted a live discussion on race, culture and identity in Australia at The John Curtin Hotel.
In this special event, social commentator and radio broadcaster Namila Benson led a conversation on the current state of the Australian identity with guests Briggs of A.B.Original, writer Giselle Nguyen, poet Soreti Kadir, artist Atong Atem and DJ’s MzRizk and Sovereign Trax.