Date: Friday 27 September 2019 to Wednesday 30 October 2019

Location: Futures Gallery, Pierhead

Description: As part of the celebrations to mark Black History Month the National Assembly for Wales is proud to host an exhibition delivered by Dr Roiyah Saltus of the University of South Wales. Be/Longing centres on the Commonwealth citizens who travelled to Wales after the Second World War to join others from the Caribbean islands who had made Wales their home long before. The installations and photographs are rooted in the lives of this older generation and aim to provide a glimpse into some of the everyday practices of people with roots as deeply embedded in Welsh soil as in the sand of the islands where they were born.

Open to the public: Yes

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References

TitleExhibition: Belonging
Media name/outletNational Assembly for Wales
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
Date1/10/19
DescriptionAs part of the celebrations to mark Black History Month the National Assembly for Wales is proud to host an exhibition delivered by Dr Roiyah Saltus of the University of South Wales. Be/Longing centres on the Commonwealth citizens who travelled to Wales after the Second World War to join others from the Caribbean islands who had made Wales their home long before. The installations and photographs are rooted in the lives of this older generation and aim to provide a glimpse into some of the everyday practices of people with roots as deeply embedded in Welsh soil as in the sand of the islands where they were born. The exhibition has been co-produced with key local artists and activists.
PersonsRoiyah Saltus

Description

Date: Friday 27 September 2019 to Wednesday 30 October 2019

Location: Futures Gallery, Pierhead

Description: As part of the celebrations to mark Black History Month the National Assembly for Wales is proud to host an exhibition delivered by Dr Roiyah Saltus of the University of South Wales. Be/Longing centres on the Commonwealth citizens who travelled to Wales after the Second World War to join others from the Caribbean islands who had made Wales their home long before. The installations and photographs are rooted in the lives of this older generation and aim to provide a glimpse into some of the everyday practices of people with roots as deeply embedded in Welsh soil as in the sand of the islands where they were born.

Open to the public: Yes

Sponsored by

Period1 Oct 2019

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