ARTIST FEEDBACK SESSION // Led by Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom
// WED 24 MAR 2021, 5.30-7.30PM
// FREE & OPEN TO ALL
Taking place at the end of each month, our free feedback sessions are a chance to get feedback on your work from a practicing artist in a supportive and friendly environment. All kinds of creative work are welcome.
March’s feedback session will be led by artist Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom.
For this online session, we will be using video calling platform Zoom. It is possible to take part with or without setting up an account, and we will send instructions for joining ahead of the day.
This workshop is free to attend and open to all but booking is recommended, as spaces are limited. There are five slots available for showing work, but all are welcome to join in the discussion. For those showing work, please send through images or links you would like to share to: firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 23rd March 2021.
ABOUT APPAU JNR BOAKYE-YIADOM //
Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom lives and works in London. Recent exhibitions include: Solos, Goldsmiths CCA, London (2020); Jerwood Solo Presentations, London (2019), Before: Adaptive Rhythm, Black Tower Projects, London (2018, solo); The Weather Garden: Anne Hardy curates the Arts Council Collection, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne (2019); Michael Jackson: On The Wall, Touring National Portrait Gallery, London, Paris Grand Palais, Paris, Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, Germany (2018/19); V22 Young London, London (2018); Scenes from a Chasm, Cuchifritos Gallery, New York (2018); 13th Dak’Art Biennale, Dakar (2018); Screening works for Hanging Out, Artists’ Moving Image Festival, LUX Scotland, UK (2019), Nocturnal Creatures, Whitechapel Gallery Festival, London, UK (2019)
Jerwood (Wallpaper image): After: Baste On Narration 2019, Jerwood Arts Solo Presentation 2019, photograph by Anna Acra
Black Tower (Red Room): Before: Adaptive Rhythm 2018, photograph by Black Tower Projects
Before, During & After: Here Now. Before, During & After: Here Soon 2020. Goldsmith CCA ‘SOLOS’ 2020, photograph by Mark Blower