Black British artists send works to inspire children at school

School Prints campaign ‘will tell black children they should expect to see themselves in galleries’

A project that will place work by six prominent black artists in schools has the potential to transform how children think about art and who can be an artist, according to its participants.

The Hepworth Wakefield has been running its School Prints campaign since 2018, but this year will use work created exclusively by black artists to help with its goal to “support the teaching of black histories” by placing them in local schools.

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