Becki Kremer Exhibition
London born multi- disciplinary visual artist and digital illustrator Becki Kremer who now lives in Stoke will showcase her work within our campus cafe. Becki’s work is heavily inspired by bold prints, floral patterns, her Caribbean heritage, eyecatching cartoons, and anything kitsch. Becki particularly enjoys loud colour combinations, and is always looking to work with as many varied mediums. Aside from illustration, Becki also regularly works on textile projects, large-scale hand painted murals, and running art workshops with some of the talented arts organisations locally.
Exhibition will run from 23 September - 1 November 2021
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Thursday 30 September
4pm- Keele University Chapel
'She was a buffalo soldier' - dance workshop with Lola Adodo
Ahead of her performance of Tracoband , all are welcome to join this dance workshop with dancer and choreographer Lola Adodo which is inspired by the life of Cathay Williams.
'TRACOBAND” is a new dance piece inspired by Cathay Williams, the first African American woman buffalo soldier who enlisted in the United States army under the pseudonym of William Cathay.
Lola Adodo is a dance artist, teacher, and choreographer from New Dance Scopes. She will lead you through this workshop which will introduce the story of Cathay Williams and use physical movement to explore themes from her life:
Bravery / Courage
Smart / Clever
5.30pm - 7pm Meet the artist Becki Kremer
Places are limited, please book below
Working in collaboration with Kwanzaa Collective UK*
Kwanzaa Collective UK* Based in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, Kwanzaa Collective UK* is a consortium of artists, activists and academics of colour identifying collectively in order to generate moments of agency, allyship and dialogue. Through creativity, collective activism and collaboration they aim to amplify the voices of black and brown people.
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