Kim Myers

Kim is an artist, artivist, rollerskater, salsa and kizomba dancer. She is also the Diversity Manager at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Kim is an Advocate for cultural and community awareness and an art workshop facilitator.

Kim creates Afro-centric prints, BLM greeting cards, posters and pieces. Kim facilitates art workshops. Work within the Borough includes: yoga life drawing session at LoWalthamstow. She was commissioned to facilitate a Black hair and Heritage art workshop, funded by LW Borough of Culture aimed at young Black girls and provided a space to explore cultural identity whilst creating art in their image. In 2020 she created a BLM protest poster. This was shared widely across the UK with many E17 businesses and homes still proudly displaying the poster, and spotted on Sky News and part of a Lambeth Council exhibition.

Public Programme

Kim will use the space to hold an exhibition of her Barbershop project and cultural prints. She will be working on some pieces during this time, seeing it as a great opportunity to get feedback and engage with the local community.

Contact Information

Website: www.etsy.com/uk/shop/kimarteestudio
Email: [email protected]

In The Studio

Portfolio

Selected By

Roisin Ingleby, Curator of the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow

Roisin specialises in Morris’s international links and influences. She has curated various exhibitions including ‘William Morris and the Bauhaus’ (2019), ‘Distant Fellowship: Morris & South Asia’ (2021) and ‘Young Poland’ (currently on display). Following a post-graduate degree from the Bard Graduate Center, New York, Roisin worked at the V&A Museum, Historic Royal Palaces and Teien Museum, Tokyo. She is currently developing an exhibition exploring Morris’s relationship with the Japanese mingei craft movement.