Adult ticket - £12 advance (£18 on the door)
Double adult ticket - £18 advance
Adult ticket plus half price entry for your guest (£27 on the door)
Concessions/Groups - £8 advance (£12 on the door)
Under 16s – Free when accompanied by an adult
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Iniva presents three international discussion panels to share insights into how changing contexts are affecting art practice.
Saturday 1st March, 4pm
How is India navigating its own recent art history – what are the key events and factors that are changing how artists are able to develop and present their work?
Panel to include Zasha Colah, co- Founder and Curator of Clark House Initiative, Mumbai; art historian, critic and curator Deepak Ananth; and art critic and PHD student at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Zehra Jumabhoy. Chaired by Tessa Jackson OBE, Chief Executive, Iniva.
Sunday 2nd March, 1:30pm
Hong Kong and Singapore – as places on the move, what are the implications for contemporary art in South East Asia
Panel includes Sally Lai, independent curator, formerly Director of the Chinese Art Centre, Manchester and Ying Kwok, founder of The Collectors Club, Hong Kong. Chaired by Tessa Jackson OBE, Chief Executive, Iniva.
Sunday 2nd March, 3pm
Africa in the spotlight – as interest increases, what is happening in parts of this vast continent, and what are the realities for artists?
Liese van der Watt, South African art historian and Christine Eyene, Curator and Guild Research Fellow in Contemporary Art, University of Central Lancashire.; and Yasmina Reggad, independent curator and programme curator of aria (artists in residence in Algiers). Chaired by Tessa Jackson OBE, Chief Executive, Iniva.
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