Episode 2: Carol Tulloch
Welcome to Creative Conversations, a podcast series where Morley College students and Morley Radio volunteers meet with local role models in the creative industries, they will tell us first hand their career paths and how they got to where they are today, hopefully inspiring the next generation of creatives who live and study in the borough, as well as our listeners. This podcast is brought to you by Morley Radio and The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
We’re honoured to be launching “Creative Conversations” with a series of episodes highlighting the achievements of Black creatives in our community as part of celebrating Black history month.
Our guest joining us today remotely is Carol Tulloch, a Professor at the University of Arts London, writer and curator with a specialism in dress and black identities. Carol was born to Jamaican parents in Doncaster, South Yorkshire and went on to study Fashion and Textile Design at Ravensbourne, and History of Design at The Royal College of Art. Carol is now a member of the Transnational Art, Identity and Nation Research Centre (TrAIN) and is the Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the V&A Institute. Carol’s curatorial work on black style has resulted in exhibitions at the V&A, various television and radio appearances, and many articles in academic and popular press.
Find out more about Carol’s work