TOO MUCH SOURCE, by radio and TV presenter Swarzy Macaly, is an exhibition with online events to celebrate Black British creatives who are making history today. This year’s exhibition is called Joy and Resilience in 2020 - a dedication to two attributes that remain central to the black experience. Swarzy heads straight to the source and invites all generations from the Black British community to tell their story through the lens of two questions: ‘How has 2020 made you stronger?’ and ‘Where has your joy come from this year?’ Alongside the online gallery, Swarzy is excited to bring...
Awesome! We will send you a email with the link on the day of the event. We can't wait to see you at the live stream! For more updates, follow us on Instagram at @TOOMUCHSOURCEUK.
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Thank you for your interest to share at TMS 2020! We are currently fully scheduled with 6+ speakers. Should there be any cancellation, we will open the slot up again. Follow us on Instagram at @Toomuchsourceuk for those updates, and more!
CAN I WIN EXCLUSIVE TMS GIFTS?
2020 marks the third year anniversary of Too Much Source and so we’ve teamed up with some amazing creatives to give away some exclusive gifts. Make sure you sign up to stay up to date with the latest news dropping in time for the launch of Too Much Source on October 1st.
WHY DO I HAVE TO SIGN UP WITH MY EMAIL?
Given the current circumstances of Covid-19, the community’s safety is our main priority and so Too Much Source has moved its exhibition and events online. To ensure you don’t miss out on any of the fun, we’d like to keep you posted with all the latest news by staying in touch via email.
CAN I SEND IN MY QUESTIONS TO SPEAKERS?
Yes! On the day of our events, we will pin a tweet to our instagram page @toomuchsourceuk where you can send in all your questions for the panelists. Each event includes a live Q&A with our special guests, and so we will answer as many questions as possible during the session.
TOO MUCH SOURCE is an annual exhibition that celebrates creatives from the Black British community who are making history today.