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Artist Village :A Future Park Special

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Artist Village :A Future Park Special

Opening: 13/06/19 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM | Free

Artist Village :A Future Park Special
Thurs 13 June, 7pm – 10pm
Free Entry
An evening of discussion and short talks from guest speakers, visiting artists and producers exploring alternative places to show and experience artwork outside of the traditional white cube.
Meet the four artists behind Artist Village, hear from guest speaker Charlie Mills from Bold Tendencies & enjoy a panel discussion with guests from Green Man Festival, Supernormal, Bold Tendencies & Artist Village, as we explore programming & the production of artwork for alternative outdoor settings.
7.00 : Doors / Bar open.
7.30 : Pecha Kucha : Chloe Brooks, Ali Eisa, Brian Griffiths & Milly Peck (Artist Village)
8.00 : Guest Speaker, Charlie Mills (Bold Tendencies)
8.30 : Panel discussion with Jon Kipps (Producer, Artist Village), Lexi Stevens (Visual Arts Producer, Green Man), Charlie Mills (Bold Tendencies) & Alice de Bourg (Supernormal)
9.00 : Drinks & conversation for the rest of the evening
Find out more about Artist Village here
See the full Village Green line up here
Artist Village is a sculptural exhibition launching at Village Green, asking artists to step away from traditional white cube setting & create artwork for a more challenging, less hierarchical context of a public park & community festival. Participating artists are Chloe Brooks, Ali Eisa, Brian Griffiths & Milly Peck. After spending one week in residence at Metal’s Chalkwell Hall, each artist is developing sculptural responses to the town based on their artistic interests.
The rooftop spaces at Peckham Multi-Storey Car Park in London are home to not-for-profit Bold Tendencies, an organisation who commission site-specific art & produce an ambitious live events programme of orchestral music, opera, dance & literature.
Artist Village has been supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England


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