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On International Women's Day, Contemporary Collective brings together artists, industry insiders and invited guests to Bankside Hotel.

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You are invited to join us for a round table discussion with artists (who happen to be women) and industry insiders exploring their practice, roles and experiences in and of the art world.

We will be joined on the evening by contemporary fine artists Dr Helen Gørrill, Kate Marshall, Victoria Heald and Sophie Derrick. The discussion will be chaired by Pauline D'Souza the Director of the Diversity Art Forum.

Guests are welcome to observe or get involved in the discussions and can submit questions or topics for conversation ahead of the evening.

The discussion will begin at 6:30pm and run through to 8pm. Drinks and food will be served.

This evening is organised in collaboration with Bankside Hotel.

Reading/ Realted Articles:

Are female artists worth collecting? by Helen Gørrill Click Here

About the Chair:

Pauline de Souza is a Senior Lecturer in the Fine Art Department at the University of East London. Her essay on Destruction and Reconstruction discussing the work of Phoebe Boswell, Inci Eviner and Chen I-Chun (three female artists) will be published in Third Text in 2019. Her book review on Samoan Queer Lives that discuss the fa'afaine female/male identity in Samoan Culture will be published in Contemporary Hum in 2019. Pauline de Souza is also founder and director of Diversity Art Forum that has being running from 2005. Diversity Art Forum has supported many projects such as London open at the Whitechapel Gallery, Baltic Gallery of Contemporary Art in Newcastle, and international Projects in Canada, Sweden and Chile http://www.diversityartforum.com/past-projects.

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