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Tobi Kyeremateng



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Tobi Kyeremateng is an award-winning cultural producer and social entrepreneur with a focus on creating rich cultural experiences and sustainable social change through film, live public events, and community-led programmes.

With 9 years’ experience in cultural production, strategy, consultancy and project management, Tobi has worked with organisations such as AFROPUNK, Goldsmiths University, Nike, Oxford University and Samsung, and has won awards including: ‘Inspiration of the Year’ (Stylist Magazine’s Remarkable Women Awards 2019), ‘Best Producer’ (Black British Theatre Awards 2019), the ‘Arts & Culture’ Award (Women Of The Future Awards 2019) and ‘Special Award: Producer’ (OffWestEnd Theatre Awards 2020).

She is currently Creative Civic Producer at Brixton House (formerly known as Ovalhouse) project managing Let’s Build – an offsite community project working with twenty Brixton-based primary school children and architects MATT+FIONA to co-design and self-build a temporary community space in Brixton.

Tobi is the founder of the award-winning initiative Black Ticket Project.

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