Wed 22 Aug
Mer 22 Awst
Chaired by Gill Nicol
Please join us for our third Come Along Do event that will take Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry as the starting point for an in-depth and lively discussion that will continue our explorations in to the increasingly shared language around art & film practice.
Ai Weiwei examines the complex intersection of artistic practice and social activism. Bejing-based journalist Alison Klayman gained unprecedented access to the artist during the creation of high-profile works and increasingly public clashes with the Chinese government.
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry will be screened at 6pm and will be followed by and informal discussion for Come Along Do in Media Point. The discussion will be led by Gill Nicol who has worked for many organisations including Ikon (Birmingham), Tate Liverpool and Arnolfini (Bristol). In April 2011 she set up lightsgoingon — making contemporary art accessible: lightsgoingon.com
Tickets for Come Along Do are £2.50 - click here to book online. Please note tickets for the film screening must be purchased separately.
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