David Lammy MP and IntoUniversity student Lady Tettey at the unveiling of 'Breath is Invisible', launching with an installation of works by Grenfell artist Khadija Saye in Notting Hill

David Lammy officially launches Khadija Saye Arts at IntoUniversity

A new public art project, Breath is Invisible, featuring the prints of IntoUniversity student, Khadija Saye, was unveiled in Notting Hill on 7th July 2020. Khadija Saye was a Gambian-British artist who tragically died in the Grenfell Tower fire on 14 June 2017, aged just 24. She had already achieved recognition as a hugely talented artist.

The event officially launched the Khadija Saye Arts at IntoUniversity programme, established in her memory, to provide opportunities for young people from disadvantaged communities across the UK to explore the Arts. David Lammy officially launched the programme and former IntoUniversity student and friend of Khadija, Lady, (pictured) also attended to talk about the importance of the IntoArts programme.

See coverage of the event on ITV London and in the Guardian and Evening Standard.

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