In Conversation: Tiffanie Delune and Enuma Okoro: Conversation Piece Live

28 May 2021

Join Tiffanie Delune in coversation with writer, speaker and cultural curator Enuma Okoro, live on @enums instagram, Friday May 28th at 6pm BST (1pm EST).


An extension of ECFA's Conversation Piece series, and our first foray into a video format, the event will see two remarkable women bring their ongoing dialogue into a public forum. Needless to say, it's not to be missed — and as the event won’t be recorded, ‘live’ really does mean live! 




Tiffanie Delune, b. 1988 Paris, France, lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal. Delune’s career as a visual artist was reset in 2018 when she embarked on a journey to explore and heal her painful family history through her painting practice. Her work combines a brilliant command of design and colour with a fearless commitment to exploring her personal history and celebrating sexuality, femininity, motherhood, rebirth, agency and freedom. In 2021, she was nominated for the Reiffers Art Initiatives Award; the foundation supports young French practitioners from multi-cultural backgrounds who are pushing the boundaries of art.


Enuma Okoro is a Nigerian-American writer, speaker and cultural curator. Her work focuses on the arts and culture, the transformative power of story and narrative, women’s interiority, and the role of contemplation and soul-care for intentional living. As a speaker she is represented by The Harry Walker Agency, and her essays and features has been published in The New York TimesHarper’s Bazaar USVogue USAThe Atlantic MonthlyAeon and more. She writes an FT Weekend column called, “The Art of Life.”  For more information, please visit