Bacchanal: Le We Be Free - Discussion event with Cat Dunn and Ashanti Harris

Matthew Jarron, Cat Dunn, Ashanti Harris

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This is an edited recorded of a live online event held on 13 December 2022 to accompany the exhibition Bacchanal: Le We Be Free in the Lamb Gallery, University of Dundee. The event took the form of an insightful and entertaining conversation between the exhibition's curator Cat Dunn and visual artist Ashanti Harris. They discuss music and movement as social commentary within Caribbean Carnivals, their importance for identity and culture and Harris's amazing artworks and concepts from Dancing a Peripheral Quadrille, featured in the exhibition.
The exhibition runs 12 November 2022 - 4 February 2023. For further details visit https://
For copyright reasons we have not been able to include the music referred to during the event.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDundee
PublisherMuseum Services, University of Dundee
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 14 Dec 2022


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