The ongoing influence of the Caribbean Artists Movement

The artist Errol Lloyd was a member of the Caribbean Artists Movement (CAM), a collective founded in 1966 here in London by the pan-Caribbean trio of Edward Kamau Brathwaite from Barbados, John La Rose from Trinidad and Andrew Salkey from Jamaica. In an online article written by Lloyd for the Digital Learning wing of the British Library, the artist records the significance of CAM and its subsequent influence on Black British art and literature.

A reminder of our 2018 Annual Christmas Fundraiser

Remember that we are looking forward to welcoming you into the GPI on Thursday 6 December to join us in celebrating the launch of our exciting, new title Dream to Change the World: The Life and Legacy of John La Rose - The Book of the Exhibition​.

Xmas Fundraising and Book Launch in December

On Thursday 6 December we shall be celebrating the launch of our new title: Dream to Change the World: The Life and Legacy of John La Rose - The Book of the Exhibition. Edited by Sarah Garrod, Nicole-Rachelle Moore and Sarah White, the book brings you as close as possible to the 2015 exhibition which ran for three months at Islington Museum.

The GPI wraps up October with two outreach outings and hits the ground running again in November

November is here and the GPI is already in the throes of busy times!

A visit from Stroud Green Primary School

On Friday 19 October we welcomed over 20 Year 5 students from Stroud Green Primary School as part of our ongoing outreach work.

Ashmount Primary School students visit the GPI and New Beacon Books

We welcomed school children from the local area into the institute today!

Ashmount Primary School enthusiastically participated in the first of two outreach schools events planned by the GPI and New Beacon Books.

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