You are invited to join us for a zoom discussion about contemporary craft and making, with two East Midlands based early-career creatives.
Free tickets for the digital event, on Wednesday 8th September 2021, at 7pm.
No Jobs in the Arts will be in conversation with Wiktoria Kijowska and Mohamad Aaqib Anvarmia; we will be discussing the influence that traditional designs have on their artwork.
We are inviting early-career artists, creatives, makers, and craftspeople, people working in the arts, and anyone with an interest in making, to join us for an evening exploring traditional
influences, and questioning ‘what support is needed for early-career makers working in the East-Midlands?’.
Tickets are free. The short event will last 40-minutes, and it will not be recorded.
We will talk to Wiktoria about ‘Polish Folklor’ – her recent collection of flower vases, inspired by the traditional Polish folk craft of cut-outs, from Łowicz. Aaqib will share his experience
creating intricate, multi-layered, mandala-like art pieces, inspired by Islamic arts and architecture.
About Re-Making and No Jobs in the Arts:
The Re-Making event and interview series have been produced in collaboration with two emerging curators, Liang-Tung Lin and Yinglu Yang. This event has been supported by LCB
Depot and The University of Leicester.
Sign up link: https://re-making.eventbrite.co.uk/
No Jobs in the Arts create professional development opportunities for early-career creatives working in the Visual Arts, through projects linked to the East Midlands.
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