Jade Foster is a curator, creative producer and artist of Caribbean heritage. They are the founder and initiator of Black Curators Collective (BCC), which is a collective and forum for black women and non-binary curators in the UK. BCC is an active space of rest, of reinforcement, of resistance. Jade cares about: queer-centred practices, intersectionality and black feminism.
In this collaborative essay, participants from Nottingham Contempoary’s CAMPUS Independent Study Programme (2019-2020) discuss their experience of collective learning.