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Memoirs by Chard: Memoir I - The Aristocrats of the present:

7 November 2020

In terms of how she would describe her work, Glory states it’s a combination of both feminism and cultural activism. “Not only am I trying to challenge who I am, but I’m also trying to challenge racist stereotypes within art history. […] I also want to strip away the patriarchal lens in art”.

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UAL: Championing Black art, design and creativity at Wimbledon for #BlackHistoryMonth  

29 October 2020

We spoke to recent Wimbledon graduates Glory Sam Jolly and Ruth Badila about their views on Black History Month as well as their cultural influences and artistic identities as black practitioners.

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African History Project: Glory Sam-Jolly – a young “arti-vist” inserting the Black feminine into contemporary art 

20 October 2020 

I knew near instantly on seeing Glory Sam-Jolly’s work that she was the perfect person to give us an insight into the Black Feminine in contemporary art.

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The Net Gallery: Interview, Wimbledon College of Arts 2020 Graduate, Glory Samjolly

29 August 2020

I had ideas for paintings that I could not complete, prints and canvases I could not make, that I planned to make before I left. I planned to enter a competition that involved showing my paintings in China. Our degree show and graduation was cancelled, two of the most significant events a final year artist can look forward to.

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Art Plugged: Glory Sam-Jolly: Emerging Artists

14 August 2020

For London based feminist, and figurative artist Glory Sam-Jolly, art history is a critical subject, and her work examines the whitewashing and misrepresentation of race and gender in European portraiture

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Creative Review: UAL kicks off graduate showcase with expansive event series 

27 July 2020

This year has seen the creative industries thrown into flux. The global coronavirus pandemic has disrupted livelihoods and upended the way we work, and more recently, the issue of inequality in the arts has been thrust under the microscope.


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The Liberators Podcast: Using Black Aristocratic Art As A Channel For Feminine Expression with Artist Glory Samjolly

10 April 2020

 This Friday’s interview is the 21st instalment in the Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy block of podcasts. It will focus on the theme Using Black Aristocratic Art as a Channel for Feminine Expression

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