Kay Rufai explores masculinity, identity and community through his art

Kay explores masculinity, identity, racial emancipation and community cohesion through art, photography, educational workshops and public events.

About the speaker

This month’s theme is lost: being lost is a collaboration between possibility and uncertainty. And our speaker this month employs this in his phenomenal projects and work. Kay Rufai is a photographer, poet, filmmaker, author and mental health researcher whose work spans five years and several countries.

Kay explores masculinity, identity, racial emancipation and community cohesion through art, photography, educational workshops and public events. A great deal of his work has directly engaged diverse communities, minorities, refugee and displaced groups of people.

Kay Rufai has recently exhibited his S.M.I.L.E.-ing Boys project at the Mayor of London’s City Hall and delivered a month-long series of workshops featuring collaboratively created poems, images and creative writing with 30 young black boys from Lambeth.

Join us to hear about Kay’s projects, processes and passions.

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