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Salon 18 | Artist Talk: Liv Wynter

Wednesday 28th March

6 – 7:30pm

Liv Wynter (Surrey, 1992) is an artist, educator, activist and writer from South London. She graduated from BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths in 2015 and has since become a notable voice within the political art scene. Wynter was Artist in Residence at Tate Britain and Tate Modern on the Education Programme for 2017-18, until she resigned to protest the invisible inequalities of the institution. She was also Artist Facilitator with Indigo Youth at Hackney Museum (2017 – 2018). Wynter recently led a group show at David Roberts Art Foundation (2017) and completed an ACE funded residency at The Royal Standard, Liverpool in 2016. She is a founding member of WHEREISANAMENDIETA and stands in solidarity with Sisters Uncut, London Anti Raids and other grassroots organisation fighting austerity and oppression.

www.livwynterartist.co.uk

Free, limited capacity, event registration essential: Eventbrite

As part of Bloc’s Artist Development Programme, there are a small number of free one-to-one artists crits/feedback sessions available with Liv Wynter, ahead of her talk on Weds 28th March.

If you think a one-to-one crit/feedback session with Liv would be useful to you at this time, please send just a couple of lines detailing why the opportunity is relevant to your current practice to kerry@blocprojects.co.uk . 
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Bloc Projects is proud to maintain a public programme that is free for everyone. However, visitors are encouraged to consider bringing along an item to donate to the local Foodbank. For the Spring/Summer season of our public programme we will proudly be collecting basic toiletries and food (packets, tinned or dried) for The S2 Foodbank. For a full list of suggested/much needed items please see: http://s2foodbank.org.uk/#help

Salon 18 forms part of Making Ways, a new programme supported by Sheffield Culture Consortium through Arts Council England to showcase, celebrate and develop the exceptional contemporary visual art produced in the city.

Bloc Projects’ actively encourages critical as well as creative engagement with our evolving Public Programme. For all programming enquiries, contact our Public Programmes Curator Kerry Campbell : kerry@blocprojects.co.uk