My Projects



Exhibitions And Events

Decolonising Archives: meet our 2021 researchers in residence

‘Disposition’, Acrylic on Bricks, 2021 by Joseph Ijoyemi, Chelsea College of Arts, UAL. Joseph shared his work for the UAL Decolonising Archives page for The 2021 Decolonising Archives research residency programme led by UAL Decolonising Arts Institute in partnership with UAL Archives and Special Collections.


Big Screen Showing: What does Black Art Mean to you?

Tuesday 20 – Friday 30 October 2020

Was part of an outdoor exhibition on Big Screen in Lyric Square exploring and celebrating Black Art. As part of Black History Month, the show explored what black art means to black artists in Britain, whilst also presenting the artwork of some of the most exciting Black visual artists living in Britain today.


Creative Impacts Exhibition: Kings College London

Monday 11 – Friday 15 February 2019

King’s Collaborative Scheme for Early Career Researchers supports PhD students and researchers in establishing relationships with cultural sector or technology industry partners. Joseph is involved creating visuals for The Soul-Deep Arts Project – led by Meera Ladwa, Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine.


Creative Arts Workshop at Hackney New School

5th February 2019

HNK invited me to do a workshop with the year 10 & 11 GCSE Art students to inspire and talk about contemporary art within London and also discussions about the increase of gang and knife crime. It was an opportunity to give back to the community and  to help young people see the bigger picture by seeing art as peace.


Jag Heter Tokunbo Exhibition 2018

12th – 20th October @ 508 king’s Road Gallery

This exhibition explores this journey from racial abuse to acceptance, the society of today, taking the viewer on a journey through each phase of his emotional barriers and the embrace of his culture.

Express Yourself:Summer Art Varby

15th – 18th August 2018 @ Varby Stockholm Sweden

‘Express Yourself’ is a summer arts culture festival set over 4 days that seeks to engage children and youth ages 13-19 through the art mediums of dance, music and art.


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