Thursday, 26 July 2018

Push The Boat Out with Sacha Craddock Saturday 28th July, 3pm

Critic and curator Sacha Craddock has judged art prizes such as The Turner Prize (in 1999) and The John Moores (in 2008). She has also written about art for both The Guardian and The Times, and been chair of Bloomberg New Contemporaries. At 3pm on Saturday 28th of July Sacha will be talking to 5 of the artists who feature in the Push The Boat Out Exhibition.(The fantastic five are; Nicola Hicks, Corin Johnson, James F. Johnston, Cedar Lewisohn, Kate Murdoch, and Harry Pye). This event is free and open to all - you don't need to RSVP.
Image Above: 'C is for Cactus' by Nicola Hicks
Image Above: 'Couple with Owl' by Corin Johnson photographed by Toby Winter.
Image Above: 'Blindfold' by James Johston.
Image Above: Untitled Sketch Book Drawings ('London Knife Crimes' 2018)by Cedar Lewisohn.
Image Above: 'Nana's Curlers' by Kate Murdoch.
Image Above: 'Stick To What You Don't Know' by Harry Pye.
Sacha's chat with Nicola, Corin, James, Cedar, Kate, and Harry about their contributions to Push The Boat Out will take place at The Art Academy, (formally Newington Library), 155 Walworth Road, SE17 1RS. The Art Academy is a 5 minute walk from Elephant & castle tube. Please try to arrive before 3pm.
Please note that on the day of the talk we will also be selling affordable sculptures by Nicola Hicks in the Push The Boat Out gift shop

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