The World Reimagined

Brixton House is now home to 4 Globes from The World Reimagined project.

“These Globes have been created by local schools as part of The World Reimagined – a UK-wide art education project featuring globally-recognised artists to transform how we understand the Transatlantic Trade in Enslaved Africa and it’s impact on us all. This is not ‘Black History’, this is all of our history.”

The World Reimagined

Students from local schools St Peter’s Primary School, Sacred Heart Catholic School and Ilderton Primary School have created the Globes on display and their hard work shows!

“As part of the Learning Programme, schools took part in creating the Globes to build the knowledge and skills that underpin racial justice which in turn will empower individuals to overcome divisions; reject hatred for compassion; move from despair to hope and take actions that make racial justice a reality in our society.

It is a creative and experiential Journey of Discovery for school communities, featuring Classroom Resources and Leadership in Teaching modules – co-created with artists and subject matter experts including Baroness Floella Benjamin; poet & playwright Inua Ellams; Professor Kehinde Andrews; performance artist & producer, Keisha Thompson and cast members from West End’s Hamilton. This collaboration between artists, educationalists, teachers, and subject matter experts created resources that are both ready to use, and adaptable for the schools’ particular context, and can be used flexibly across the curriculum.”

The World Reimagined

The World Reimagined’s Learning Programme has received support from a broad range of organisations who have made it possible for schools to participate with a powerful commitment to racial justice and education. These organisations include Arts Council England; GE; Herbert Smith Freehills; The Paul Hamlyn Foundation; The Portal Trust; and the City of London, alongside The World Reimagined’s Official Presenting Partner, Sky.

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