Date(s) - 25/02/2021
We’re delighted to be partnering with our friends at the De La Warr Pavilion to bring you TALKING LOUD, a series of free online business talks, particularly for those working in the creative, cultural, and digital sectors.
The sessions, part of the South East Creatives programme, will see local, national and international artists, designers, architects, makers, and writers reflecting on their experiences, ethos and ways of working, offering creatives the opportunity to gain insight and inspiration to help take their own business or practice forward.
Topics will include maintaining an artistic practice during the pandemic, making the most of opportunities across creative disciplines, plus wellbeing and resilience for creative businesses in the current climate.
These talks are aimed at those people currently working in the creative industries in the South East, but are free and open all.
The first three free online talks are now open for bookings, with more to follow as we head into the spring:
Thursday 11 February – Renowned interiors and style writer, author, consultant and TV presenter Michelle Ogundehin in conversation with broadcaster, journalist, critic and curator Corinne Julius.
Thursday 18 February – Joint winners of the 2019 Turner Prize Helen Cammock and Tai Shani will discuss their experiences as visual artists.
Thursday 25th February – Giles Smith, a founding member of Assemble, will give an insight into the Turner Prize-winning architectural, design and art collective’s ethos and evolution.
Go to the Towner website for more information and details on how to book your place.