Cass Hothouse talk: Sarah Boris
Sarah Boris is a graphic designer, art director and artist based in London.
She has worked since 2005 for organisations which include Phaidon Press, The Photographer’s Gallery, ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), Barbican Centre, Tate, The Architecture Foundation, South London Gallery, Gasworks, Hotshoe International, Max Wigram Gallery, Fedrigoni and the Royal Philharmonic Society amongst others. She now also teaches in the Visual Communication Level 5 and 6 studio Press Pass.
|Location||CM2-18, Calcutta house, Old Castle Street
London E1 7NT
|Date||1.15pm - 2pm, Friday, 27 November 2015|
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