Myself and Roshi Khakban are looking to raise money to help deliver an exciting project exploring art in the time of climate crisis. Featuring artwork from over seventy artists. All events are free and open to everyone.
Depictions of Living
The Art Pavilion
Clinton Rd, Mile End, London E3 4QY
23rd - 28th of January 2020
Ecological breakdown necessitates a wide range of approaches to encourage action. The transformative capacity of art to change society is something that must be shared. The exhibition has been designed to do just that. It will feature over seventy selected emerging artists exploring issues surrounding climate breakdown exhibited alongside artefacts and photos from protest movements, exploring the immediate challenges and beyond.
The exhibition will host a range of events including a private view, talks, educational workshops, and a day devoted to families and children of East London. The wish is to make the exhibition a real hub of activity in the area.
The talks will be free to visitors and will include those by:
Thursday 23rd January 2020: Private View 6-9pm. Open to the public
Friday 24th January 2020: 6-8:30 An evening with ClientEarth and Women’s Environmental Network.
Saturday 25th January 2020: 2-4pm Living with the climate crisis - Workshop with Martin WIlks. All seats have been reserved, welcome to stand.
Sunday 26th January 2020: 12-4pm Family Day - fun educational and creative activities for young children by teachers from Little House of Science.
Monday 27th 2020: 7-8pm Heading for Extinction Talk - with Sanghasiha.
£400 for the private view bar and refreshments for talks and workshops.
£350 for talks and workshops, generous support has already been donated towards these events, outstanding running costs amount to £350.
£250 installation costs.
£118 public liability insurance.
£753.76 Audio visual hire.
Funding Goal £750
The venue cost of £1250, the discount rate for community projects, for the Art Pavilion has been generously donated by East End Homes.
Thanking your your support,
Samuel Ivan Roberts + Roshi Khakban
- Sam Hall
- Karrie Fransman
- Crow Dillon-Parkin
- George Lewin
- Pawel Tyma