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Pillow Talk: Working Space
18:30 on 2 May 2016
VAU proudly presents “Pillow Talk: Working Space”, the third in a series of discussion events hosted by artists invited by VAU, to engage with the public on a number of issues surrounding contemporary art.
This Pillow Talk will be held at the Blue Lamp jazz bar in Aberdeen as part of the Look Again Festival 2016, and will focus on the varied types of spaces which artists work in. Not just the typical painter’s studio, we’ll be hearing about production facilities and workshop spaces, vast factory or warehouse spaces, makeshift studios in the likes of garage or sheds, and even where artists’ work when they have no access to a studio or have no need for one!
We are delighted to announce our guest speakers for the event will include internationally renowned painter Kate Downie, printmaker and Gray’s School of Art tutor Michael Agnew, Sara Gallie from Scottish Sculpture Workshop and recent graduate artist Alexander Champion.
For tickets, please visit: www.pillowtalkworkingspace.brownpapertickets.com
A big thanks to Look Again Festival, SMART and their partners for kindly supporting this event.