This panel brings together international artists with academics and strategic experts, to address the sustainability of practice for non-UK artists residing in the country following art school. An esteemed panel present an informed survey of how in the uncertainty caused by Brexit, London faces an issue in maintaining its position as an important centre within a globalised art market as the cost of oversea fees continue to rise and visa restrictions are tightened.
The panel is chaired by Susanne Clausen (Professor in Art, University of Reading) and speakers include Stephen Beddoe (Director of External Relations, Central Saint Martins), Amanda Decker (Cultural Strategy Coordinator, Greater London Authority), Anna Harding (Chief Executive, Space) and Young In Hong (London-based artist).
Presented in partnership with New Contemporaries and the Korean Cultural Centre.
For further information and to book tickets visit the ICA website.
What Next? Addressing the issues of access to the UK art scene for non-UK artists
18 January 2017