2 – 6pm, free entry

Explore the architectural ghosts of St Pauls, discuss the future of the city’s iconic carnival, discover why black history is everyone’s history.

Libita Clayton, artist and BEEF member, will host an alternative and playful panel discussion around the narrative of Black History Month as part of the Bristol and Bath Art Weekender. The event will be broadcast as a live podcast: feel free to listen or be heard. Just buzz in and join us on the top floor of BEEF HQ for a surprising aural experience.

“… NOT a community radio station but a privately owned music enterprise which likes to help out in the community.” Black FM, 1989

A Bristol and Bath Art Weekender event: www.bristolartweekender.co.uk