This month Miniclick will be hosting it’s first talk abroad, in Freetown Sierra Leone. We are very pleased to announce our next speaker, Sullivan Kallon. Kallon is the head of the photographic society of Sierra Leone and has previously worked closely with Tim Hetherington to produce a British Arts council commission “Architecture of Sierra Leone”.
Last December we hosted a screening of Sebastian Junger’s “Which Way is the Front Line From Here: The Life and Times of Tim Hetherington” with the Duke of Yorks. The money raised from the screening went to fund this year’s Tim Hetherington Award in Sierra Leone, organised by one of the panelists from the screening, Peter Penfold, the former high commissioner for Sierra Leone. WIth our own Jack Latham working in the country right now, we’re very pleased to be building on our links there.
18:30 on the 14th of April at the Family Kingdom, Freetown. Free entry.
Kallon unfortunately doesn’t have a website so we will systematically be uploading a selection of his work when they become available. The talk will also be recorded.