Q-ART

Cass hosts Q-Art Crit Event
Date: 20/04/2015
The Cass is delighted to host a Q-Art Crit on the 20 April.
 
Q-Art crits bring together students and graduates from across London's art schools to present and discuss work in a peer-led non-assessed environment. Self-trained artists and all those with an interest in art are also welcome. 
 
Q-Art is a student/graduate run organisation that was set up six years ago by Sarah Rowles, then a student at Goldsmiths.
 
As well as crits Q-Art has also produced books that include interviews with London's course leaders, a guide to crits, and interviews with London gallerists. Q-Art's aim, through its crits and publications, is to break down barriers to art education and the contemporary art world. 
 
Since September 2013 Q-Art's London crit programme has been facilitated by Karen Turner, BA Hons Fine Art graduate from the Cass. 
 
For more info visit q-art.org.uk or email Karen Turner
 
TO ATTEND BOOK HERE

News details

Date 20 April 6pm-8.30pm
Location Second Floor Boulevard, Central House

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