Towner Eastbourne & De La Warr Pavilion join forces to deliver TALKING LOUD: a new series of talks with leading creative voices. - FAD Magazine

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Towner Eastbourne & De La Warr Pavilion join forces to deliver TALKING LOUD: a new series of talks with leading creative voices.

Towner & De La Warr have announced a series of timely free online business talks from leaders in the creative industries, with speakers including Assemble, Helen Cammock, Tai Shani and Michelle Ogundehin. 

TALKING LOUD will see local, national and international designers, architects, artists, makers and more reflecting on their experiences, ethos, philosophy and ways of working. The sessions, which are part of the South East Creatives programme, aim to support those in the creative, cultural and digital sectors by giving them the opportunity to gain insights and inspiration to help take their own business or practice forward

These talks are aimed at those people currently working in the creative industries in the South East, but free and open all.  

The first three talks are now open for bookings and include the following conversational pairings. Further talks will be announced shortly which will run across the Spring.

TALKING LOUD: artists Helen Cammock and Tai Shani 

Thursday 18 February 2:00pm   Free
Helen Cammock and Tai Shani – who jointly won the Turner Prize in 2019 with Oscar Murillo and Laurence Abu Hamdan – will discuss their breadth of experience as visual artists, including developing and maintaining their practice in the current climate and activating collaborations with, and supporting peer networks. 

TALKING LOUD: Giles Smith, Assemble

Thursday 25 February  2.00pm  Free
Giles Smith, a founding member of Assemble, will discuss the award-winning architecture, design and art collective’s origins, ethos and evolution, their ongoing Sugarhouse Studios project to provide affordable creative workspace which has been involved in the development of Bexhill Creative Workspace and his perspective on the pandemic.

More Info and to book a FREE place: townereastbourne.org.uk/talks



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