n.paradoxa is starting a regular monthly salon in London
(venue is near Waterloo)
First dates: 16 May, 13 June, 18 July 2013
£5 entry fee
Please register to attend (details below)
Location will be revealed in n.paradoxa’s reply email.
The salon is a networking and exchange event for women artists, writers, critics and curators who readily identify themselves with feminist art practices and would like to discuss feminist ideas, recent and/or future opportunities and art projects.
This event is a forum for professional women artists, curators and writers to meet.
The editor of n.paradoxa, Katy Deepwell, will be there as well as contributors to the journal.
The salon is an opportunity for each woman to share information about recent and future art projects with other women in a friendly and intimate setting.
Please bring well-prepared materials (i.e. new publications, printouts of project outlines, leaflets or flyers, photos, a project on a CD or flashdrive with images and brief videoclips). You can also bring a laptop/tablet to display material. Limited internet access is available.
N.B. This event is not a talk or seminar, nor is it a space for formal presentations.
This is not an event for (undergraduate) students, for “crits” or portfolio reviews.
Everyone attending will be encouraged to talk informally to as many people as possible during the event to find common interests, new and old acquaintances and future contacts.
If you are passing through London for business or pleasure on any of these dates or would like to attend just one event, please contact us. You would be most welcome.
Email email@example.com to register (for specific dates or the series)
or use our online contact form to send your message
and we will email you with further details of where the salon will be held.
Please email which date you would like to attend and
just 2 lines (i.e. brief information) about who you are
(i.e.your name and whether you are an artist/critic/writer/curator/artworker/scholar/lecturer)
and what you want to present or discuss
(i.e. title of recent or future project/ book/catalogue/ new work/latest exhibition/event).