Bee Tajudeen is a curator and the founder of Black Blossoms, a platform which promotes black women artists and creatives by hosting regular exhibitions, panels and screenings throughout the United Kingdom. In 2017, she co-curated and organised a touring exhibition of 31 black women and non-binary artists, which was listed as a must-see exhibition by A-N News. Bee is also a regular arts and culture writer with bylines in Dazed and Prospect Magazine.
Currently, Bee is studying a PgCert in Academic Practice: Art, Design and Communication at UAL and will begin teaching a course ‘Art in the Age of Black Girl Magic’ at another respected institution later this year. She hopes to inspire a new generation of artists and art professionals to tackle socio-political issues through their creative practices.
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