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Artist, Social Historian and Speaker
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Nicola Green is a critically acclaimed artist and social historian, and expert on identity, race, allyship and inclusion.
About Nicola Green
Nicola has established an international reputation for her ambitious projects that can change perceptions about power and it’s relationship with the visual image; exploring themes of inclusion, leadership, race and gender. Driven by her belief in the power of the visual image to communicate important human stories, Nicola chooses to assume the role of ‘witness’ to momentous occasions taking place across the globe. Inspired by her own mixed-heritage children and multi-faith family, she creates and preserves social-cultural heritage for future generations. She has gained unprecedented access to iconic figures from the worlds of politics, culture and religion, including collaborations with Pope Francis, President Obama, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Dalai Lama.
Nicola is dedicated to social impact and has worked tirelessly towards creating positive change and equality in the artworld and beyond. Nicola co-founded and directed the Diaspora Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale, showcasing 22 artists from culturally diverse backgrounds. Nicola also founded the Khadija Saye Arts programme at IntoUniversity which addresses the issue of BAME representation in the creative industries. As co-founder of Sophia Point Rainforest Research Centre, Nicola has championed the preservation and exploration of the Guiana Shield, the largest remaining pristine rainforest on earth. Nicola is also a Principal Artist for the upcoming project The World Reimagined, and is creating a large-scale public artwork that explores climate justice and racial justice. Nicola has mentored many aspiring young artists and is the Patron of Women in Art .
Green delivers insightful and inspiring talks both online and in person. As a visual artist, she has a unique perspective, delivering engaging talks through the lens of her artworks