The Black Image Company launches first exhibition

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The Black Image Company launches first exhibition

A new enterprise aiming to inject more diversity into the arts is about to stage their first event.

The Black Image Company is creating a platform to showcase young, up & coming and diverse talent, from illustration to poetry.

One of the artists they're backing is Lawrence Amajuoyi who joined London Live's Helena Wadia, along with Kimberley Oseine who co-founded the company.

The Black Image Company Presents: ArtsAdvocate is on at Islington Arts Factory on May 24th. 

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