This week's top events for creatives!
Discover top events from It's Nice That, Leica, IPSE, General Assembly and more!
Happy Tuesday! 🌱
We've set out a list of top events that all creatives would benefit from this week! Perfect for all creative freelancers! 👇
Today (Aug 31st)👇
Whether you’re a graphic designer or motion designer, finding a unique tone of voice in any given brief or practice can be the key to success. Featuring two innovative creatives Loulou João who creates boundless bundles of energy in her animations and illustrations. Headlining the event in an extended Q&A with our deputy editor Lucy Bourton is three designers from design agency Collins
By It’s Nice That
How To Distribute Film with No Film School will cover everything you need to know to put your masterpiece on everyone's TV screens.
By Good Bad & Mad
Thursday (Sept 2nd)👇
The event is for creative entrepreneurs. That is either working in the creative industry (designer, filmmaker, etc.) or being generally creative and disruptive in your industry (even if it's food and beverage!).
During this webinar Simon will discuss his use of Leica M film cameras for his ongoing documentary projects, which are currently exclusively made on 35mm black and white film.
In this webinar, hosted by IPSE’s Andy Chamberlain and Fred Hicks, we will take a closer look at the rise of the gig economy and analyse the debate over whether it’s a force for good – creating flexible work opportunities for millions; or a tool for exploitation – depriving workers of key protections such as a minimum wage.
Friday (Sept 3rd)👇
In this free, two-hour livestream, you will learn to bring the best out in yourself by understanding proven methods that world-renowned speakers utilize in order to develop an authentic speaking style, engage an audience, and leave a lasting impression. All in real-time, taught by an industry professional.
By General Assembly
Exhibitions & Art events💚
Paula Rego at Tate Britain - This exhibition will tell the story of this artist’s extraordinary life, highlighting the personal nature of much of her work and the socio-political context in which it is rooted. It will also reveal the artist’s broad range of references, from comic strips to history painting.
James Barnor at The Serpentine - The Serpentine presents a major survey of British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres through his work with studio portraiture, photojournalism, editorial commissions and wider social commentary.
Isabel + Helen: ‘In Orbit’ at Saatchi Gallery - ‘In Orbit’ comprises a new series of hypnotic, large-scale paintings created by hand-assembled contraptions.
Sophie Taeuber-Arp at Tate Modern - Sophie Taeuber-Arp was a pioneer of the French avant-garde. She probed the intersections of abstract art, craft and design, and proved that, in practice, such distinctions need not exist. A major retrospective at Tate Modern – the first of her work ever held in the UK – is dedicated to the life and work of this trailblazer, and it’s been a long time coming.