Our 'In Conversation With IMA' events will be postponed during this unprecedented time.
Spend time at home with your loved ones, focus on your unfinished projects, sort out the piles of paper on the desk, prepare some homemade dishes, play some board games, join the dots,
text your old friends…..!
Your creativity can conquer everything in life.
Warmest regards & wash your hands,
IN CONVERSATION WITH IMA is our re-imagining of the traditional artist talk & discussion format. Our emphasis lies in our interactive approach to knowledge and experience sharing, which has been shown to be of benefit for practicing artists and art supporters.
IMA’s aim is to create purposeful dialogues that encourage deeper creative thinking. It is our belief that knowledge shared by one person sparks inspiration in another. Our guided interactive process allows for greater self-understanding for everyone who attends.
Each event is crafted with a focused theme and topic, and guided by rules for all participants.
To all who joined us for the ICW 2019 -
Our team is working to take the ICW programme for 2020.
We look forward to more conversations with
inspiring creative practitioners!
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Speaker: Nicolas Laborie
Specialising in Wet Plate Collodion, Nicolas is a Paris-born London-based photographer whose work discusses social commentary, human condition, and gender equality through the wet plate collodion process; mixing 19th century photographic process and technique with contemporary subjects.
Speaker: Vinni Kiniki
Vinni is a multi-disciplinary artist who has worked professionally in a variety of mediums and formats; best known for creating large scale brightly coloured black-light murals. Apart from his artisitc practice, Vinni Working as a freelance professional in digital branding/consultancy and online marketing-strategy since 2005.
Art for social change. Working professionally as a commercial designer and animator, Kashimirwala’s route to being an artist has been non-traditional. His interest lies in people and his photography was used as a way to open dialogues and tell the stories of the people he met.
Stay in touch with IMA to find out more events & activities!