What Does it Mean to be a Creative Worker Today? A lunchbox lecture by the PhD researcher Sophie Frost.
Sophie Frost is a PhD researcher in visual culture and sociology at the University of Aberdeen. She has an MA in Contemporary Art Theory from Goldsmiths and is a freelance arts events organiser. Her research focuses on the relationship between creativity and the contemporary workplace. Her research question is: what is the construction of creativity in the cultural institution?
Sophie has worked for Frieze Art Fair, Southbank Centre, London Film Festival, Picturehouse Cinemas, and Albany Theatre, Deptford. She recently helped organise New Voices: A Picture of Health, a one-day symposium with the Wellcome Collection and Birkbeck College, and On Creative Labour at the Association of Art Historians 2015 conference.
|Date||Monday 9 March at 1pm|
|Location||The CASS, Central House, in room CE1-19|
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