The entire point of The World Reimagined is to create a moment and a platform that honours and supports the countless people and organisations across Leicester who do the work of making racial equality a reality – and to share it with more people. And so we’ve developed the Inspire Programme – which invites you to host activities and events during The World Reimagined (13 August to 31 October 2022) which speak to our shared mission that we can showcase and promote far and wide.
We chose the word inspire deliberately – but it’s not about us, it’s about you and the work you do:
Together, you show us that progress is possible. Hard, but possible. The programme is available to everyone across Leicester! So please – get involved (more details below):
If you have any questions – please email your community coordinator, Tara Munroe: firstname.lastname@example.org
Every second Tuesday evening, we host an online INSPIRE SESSIONS, which:
The Inspire Sessions are open to everyone. To see the different sessions and sign up, go to https://www.theworldreimagined.org/introducing-the-inspire-sessions-sign-up-today/
Over her extensive career, Tara has straddled the lines between arts and heritage for the benefit and empowerment of Black people. She has worked for a number of minority lead arts organisations in and around Leicester, as a trainee curator role at Leicester Museum Service and has also worked with organisations such as the Victorian and Albert Museum and The Race Equality Centre. Her exhibition ‘Together we won the War’ was rated seventh nationally among projects supported by the National Heritage Lottery in 2016. Tara founded Opal22 Arts and Edutainment to bridge the gap between mainstream public organisations and the diverse members of her community and to promote Black excellence to the masses.