Dreamers, the Conference

23 Jun

Black Cultural Archives, Brixton

Providing equitable access to art and culture is central to LIFT’s mission. This performance and other invite-only events taking place during LIFT 2022 are an example of our commitment to engage with diverse and marginalised audiences, and to enable artists to connect deeper and more locally to London than ever before.

An afternoon and evening of inspiration, activism, and performance

Dreamers invites a select group from across London to gather, share wisdom, contemplate the future, and take action to seize their dreams.

Preceding We Should All be Dreaming, Dreamers guests are invited to attend both events, and a complimentary three course dinner will be provided by En Root.



4:30pm – Welcome drinks and introduction

5 – 7pm – Workshops, discussions and taking action

7 – 7:30pm – Break


Followed by:

We Should All Be Dreaming – a unique experience of an artistic dinner party where guests will be led in group discussions to dream of new futures together, created by artists Sonya Lindfors and Maryan Abdulkarim from 7:30 – 10pm.




Black Cultural Archives

The only national heritage centre dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating the histories of African and Caribbean people in Britain.



Artwork by Joel Meshak (A Thousand Islands).