Paul Crook and JMC Hayes: new film made with EC1 Multicultural Woman’s Group March 2019


Artists Paul Crook and JMC Hayes, resident at St Luke’s Community Centre, created a short film portrait of the EC1 Multicultural Woman’s Group for the occasion of International Woman’s day. They facilitated a number of sessions where members of the community brought along objects of meaning that illustrated a part of their personal story. The resulting conversation and film captured a huge range of interesting subjects from China in the 70s to ritual burials in East Africa, and celebrates communal cultural activity at St Luke’s whether that’s attending dance classes or using the library.


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The film was launch as part of International Women’s Day Celebrations at St Luke’s Community Centre, and will be launched online soon.


Image credit: Paul Crook

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