In our inaugural project, we are extremely delighted to be joined by 4 leading figures within their field. From electrifying performances of Gabriel Prokofiev’s ‘Howl! For Clarinet and Electronics to Dr. Khabat Abas’ improvisation on her Bombshell Cello, we will then dive into some lively discourse with Dr. Tamsin Alexander and Dr. Franziska Strack centring on the question ‘Where have artists situated themselves in the past in time of political turmoil and how can that inspire us as artists today.’
In light of the world’s inclination to become increasingly divided, we sincerely wish that our inaugural project will inspire members of the creative arts community and beyond, to dedicate their artistic practices to create an impact within our society.
Attendees are most welcome to join in our discussion. The structure of facilitation will be released on the night of the event.
Location: London School of Economics, Shaw Library (Photo Attached), Houghton St, London WC2B 4RR