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EVENT14.06.2018 / 10.00am6.00pm
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The Migrant Festival

To coincide with his Ikon exhibition (6 -29 June), artist and designer Osman Yousefzada curated a four day festival, fusing themes of migration, fashion, art and music. Events included a film screening of The True Cost (2015) with an introduction by Executive Producer Livia Firth; fashion activist Caryn Franklin in conversation with Oriole Cullen, Curator of Fashion and Textiles at the V&A; Diaspora Disco, a night of reggae and disco including DJs from Saathi Night and a headline set from London-based artists George Henry Longly and Prem Sahib (Anal House Meltdown); and much more.

The Migrant Festival runs Thursday 14 – Sunday 17 June 2018.

Download the full programme here. 

The Migrant Festival is supported by Selfridges, Leila Elling, Dazed and Michael Marsh Charitable Trust.

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1. The Happiest People 2. Suki Dhanda, Race, Place And Diversity by the Sea, Plymouth, 2017 3. Death Drive, photo courtesy Anal House Meltdown 4. Saffiyah Khan faces down English Defence League (EDL) protester (2017). Photograph: Joe Giddens, PA Wire/PA Images
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This is the first solo exhibition by Birmingham-born fashion designer Osman Yousefzada. A leading light of London Fashion Week, Osman works at the intersection of art and fashion, combining his multi-disciplinary design practice with a strong sense of social commentary.

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