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About us


Fozia Ismail

Researcher and Creative Producer

Fozia is founder and researcher at Arawelo Eats, a supper club which explores East African food and what it can mean for our understanding of belonging in a post-Brexit world. 

She has designed and delivered workshops/presentations for organisations such as  Keep It Complex Serpentine Gallery, Jerwood Project Space, Tate Modern, Museum of London,  Colonial Countryside Project, Oxford Cultural Collective.

Her work has been published and featured in a range of media including Observer Food Magazine

and BBC Radio 4 Food Programme.

Ayan Cilmi

Budding Producer and Filmmaker

Ayan currently works in the visual arts but has a particular interest in film and is on the board of Encounters Film Festival.
Last year, she wrote, produced and directed her first self-funded short film. The film, The Tongue I never Quite Knew, explores the anxieties of a shift in culture, religion and language that occurs when families are settled after migration.
Ayan's work strives to translate the feeling of isolation that is embedded in a dual culture that is invisible to those outside of it. A culture that is situated between that of the nation and that which is routinely othered.


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