Follow Up Events.

In Kind  Fanzine On 25th October 2019 we presented a collaborative workshop  at The NewBridge project  in order to create an In Kind Fanzine (size A5) that is currently available to purchase at the Newbridge project bookshop and at Aye Aye Books, CCA Glasgow. It is also available as a free download In Kind zine to download featuring contributions from Sekai Machache, Mandy MacIntosh, UNIT, Precarious Workers Brigade, Helen DeMain, Create London and Scottish Artists Union.

In Kind radio show for Radiophrenia 

Thursday 23rd May 2019 with contributions from Interchange, Create London, Unit, Penny Anderson, Mandy MacIntosh, Emma Jayne Parks, Sekai Machache and Helen de Main. Listen again here

One Step Beyond: Radical Futures for Cultural Freelancers in Scotland, Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group on Culture

We gave a presentation, highlighting some of the issues raised by In Kind project and read our list of demands on 11th December 2018

Watch the video here

‘A Balancing Act’ at Kinning Park Complex, Glasgow for Axisweb curated by Alex Wilde

Workshop to further develop the list of demands (see Findings and Demands page) and contribution to Precarity in Social Practice Zine, November 2018

precarity in social art zine final

‘In Focus’ at The Barbican Centre, London

We were invited to present the project and give a workshop at ‘In Focus’ event at The Barbican Centre, London, on Wednesday 27th June 2018.

This event was a platform for discussing social class within the creative and cultural sector, organised by Create London, as part of a series of events in response to the report ‘Panic – Social Class, Taste and Inequalities in the Creative Industries’,  published in April 2018. You can find out more about this here .

Events During GI2018

During GI2018 we hosted a series of events to accompany ‘In Kind’ to further interrogate issues of artist precarity, opening up the debate on how lack of payment affects lack of diversity in the visual arts in Scotland

At What Cost CCA Glasgow on Sunday 22nd April: 

Speakers and provocateurs:

Myriam Mouflih (Transmission gallery)
Gabrielle de la Puente and Zarina Muhammad (White Pube)
Bella Milroy
Sinead Dunn (Scottish Artists Union)

Who Can Afford to Be An Artist: Strategies for Survival Platform Glasgow on Sunday 29th April

Speakers and provocateurs:

Mandy McIntosh
Zara Kitson
Sekai Machache (Yon Afro)
Lauren Printy-Currie (Scottish Artist Union)

In Kind Soapbox, Kings Court on Sunday 6th May

An open event for artists and participants of GI2018 to have their say, make a provocation or a statement about the state of the arts.

Speakers and provocateurs:

Janie Nicoll and Ailie Rutherford,
Precarious Workers Brigade
Penny Anderson