From family support, fitness classes and learning to art exhibitions, festivals and talks, our activities are wide and far reaching.
An exhibition exploring the mental wellbeing and stereotypes of black boys in our society.
The S.M.I.L.E-ing Boys Experience is an exhibition & outdoor installation of the S.M.I.L.E-ing Boys project created by the artist Kay Rufai.
The project is a happiness research led creative arts project which addresses the mental health needs of black boys while challenging the negative stereotypes of this demographic in the media & in the society.
The Project was created as a direct response to the rise in serious youth violence (Gun and Knife crime) which sparked a series of reactionary approaches from the government regarding tougher criminalisation of youth, more stop and searches and greater police presence in global majority communities.
From 16 October - 6 November, the New Diorama Theatre will be hosting another event curated by Kay Rufai alongside their production of FOR BLACK BOYS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE WHEN THE HUE GETS TOO HEAVY.