Tuesday 16th April 2019 – 6 to 8pm
Talk Programmed by Rebecca Chesney
How diverse are the cultural industries when it comes to social class?
This event offers the chance to hear about the inequalities within the visual arts and why it matters.
Dave O’Brien (author of The Panic! report on inequality in cultural and creative jobs and audiences)
Co-founders of The Double Negative; Laura Robertson (writer, critic and editor based in Liverpool and London) Mike Pinnington (writer and full-time editor of The Double Negative)
William Titley (artist and co-founder / director of In-Situ)
Rebecca Davies (artist and creator of The Oasis Social Club; a mobile, touring, part entertainment, part discussion space, incorporating the long British tradition of Working Men’s Clubs.
Marlene Smith is an artist and curator, and is the director of The Room Next To Mine. She was a founding member of the BLK Art Group.
The event will be chaired by Rebecca Chesney (artist) and will be documented by Denise Courcoux (arts writer and critic)