Islington Mill Art Academy // Show, Tell & Plot: Artists respond to ‘Brexit’
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Islington Mill Art Academy // Show, Tell & Plot: Artists respond to ‘Brexit’

This session is an opportunity to discuss possible artistic responses to Brexit.
What have you done, what are you doing and/or what would you like to do in response to ‘Brexit’?

Are artists well-placed to comment upon and question the many issues it raises, such as why we as a country seem so divided at this moment in time?

This is an opportunity to meet, share and exchange ideas in an informal setting.

Participation and collaboration are encouraged without obligation.

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Islington Mill Art Academy (IMAA) offer free open public sessions every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the Month. 

IMAA is our free peer-led art school. It is open to anyone who wants to be an artist. Learning activities (workshops, artist talks and studio visits, group residencies and projects, crits and feedback sessions) are shared and led by the ideas and energy of current student-members. IMAA is not formally accredited; students choose to graduate when they feel ready to work more independently as artists.

Currently we meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays each month (with optional extra time for group projects), followed by a potluck dinner. We encourage anyone interested in joining to attend an upcoming session to discover if it is the right approach for you. Please get in touch for details: 

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