LUX London Critical Forum

Website: https://lux.org.uk/writing/call-participation-lux-london-critical-forum-20178

The LUX Critical Forum is a free monthly discussion, development and support group for artists who work with the moving image. The aim of the group is to develop a new mutually supportive environment for the members in dialogue with LUX and the other LUX-supported Critical Forum groups in Glasgow, Dublin, Dundee, Cornwall, Belfast and Bristol. Over the year the group will work together with LUX’s support to explore the potential of the group situation for peer-learning, mutual critical and material support and development. As well as a monthly meeting the group with collectively develop a curriculum of activities for the members, drawn from free cultural events in London. The forum is open to all artists who work with the moving image as part of their practice who are no longer in full-time education and who are willing to commit to the group as a participant for the next 12 months.

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Expires: September 7, 2017


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