Monday, 17 October 2022 - Monday, 17 October 2022
The Art Workers' Guild
7pm - 8.30pm
Join us for the third in a series of panel discussions held by our Mentoring Committee, exploring the ins and outs of working as a professional artist-craftsperson. The series will give you thought-provoking insights into a successful career as an art worker.
This discussion will focus on moments of change. Adapting our creative energies and ideas to ever changing markets and fluctuating demand for our output is essential to survive.
The discussion will be followed by a Q&A.
Entry is free and the evening will be run as a hybrid in-person and online via Zoom event. To reserve your place, please register via our Eventbrite page for either in person or online attendance. More details can be found below.
Nick Carter has earned his reputation as an accomplished exponent of contemporary photography through consistent and considered endeavour, a detailed knowledge and appreciation of the history of the medium and healthy respect for traditional methods and styles.
There are two life-long threads in Luci’s art. The first is painting. She draws mainly from her mind’s eye, creating scenes about human interaction and behaviour. The second is collaboration. Luci founded Eye to Pencil in 2021, an interdisciplinary drawing studio, based in Clerkenwell, which helps people from different disciplines and professions visualise and express their ideas through drawing.
While much of his work is self-initiated, Taslim also has experience of creating site-specific works for public spaces and has enjoyed working to a brief with sensitivity to the community and local context. He tries to experiment, play and push ideas out into the world, thinking in a coherent way about using materials and processes.
Fleur is a three dimensional embroiderer and lace maker, inspired by organic structure and the subtle inbetween spaces of emotion and the senses. She is artist in residence at Imperial College London’s vascular surgery unit, observing surgery and looking at the parallel techniques and challenges in lacemaking and textile arts. She is also a research fellow for the Victoria and Albert (museum) Research Institute.
Llewellyn specialises in wood-engraving; his work is very much in the English tradition, with subject matter including landscape and weather, interior and exterior, through illustration and printmaking.
Entry is free and the evening will be run as a hybrid in-person and online via Zoom event. To reserve your place, please register via our Eventbrite page for either in person or online attendance.
The address for attending in person is:
The Art Workers' Guild, 6 Queen Square, London, WC1N 3AT
If attending online, a Zoom link will be sent to you shortly before the event.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Chair of the Mentoring Committee