Creative collaboration - empowering people
Boseda Olawoye is a Nottingham (UK) based Freelance Creative Engagement Producer, Consultant & Mentor who brings together diverse communities, young people (13+), marginalised groups and artists to make art about a range of issues. She has been awarded a 2023 Churchill Fellowship exploring how black & POC led arts projects are using the arts for social change in the USA and internationally.
Collaborators & commissioners have included idle women Lancashire, Mark Deveraux Projects Manchester, The University of Austin Texas (USA), The Evens Foundation (EU) INIVA London, artist/activist Emory Douglas (USA), Edinburgh Art Festival & National Justice Museum. She is a trustee for City Arts Nottingham.