Networking and Panel Discussion on Change in the New Art World - London

Date: 27-Sep-17 to 27-Sep-17
Location: MOO HQ, Library Space, 2nd Floor / London / United Kingdom
Category: Arts, Antiques & Crafts Culture, Society & Lifestyle

Taking place at the funky ‘Library’ space at MOO HQ, the facilitated talk with expert speakers will be followed by a Q+A with the audience, as well as opportunities before and after the talk to meet collaboratively-minded peers. Be sure to bring business cards. (Order new ones from MOO in advance, with a discount YAY* See your ticket confirmation email for details.)

Giving back:
This collaborative event between MOO and Be Smart About Art will see profits from ticket sales plus 30% of event book sales donated to Shape Arts. The charitable entity provides opportunities and support for disabled artists and cultural organisations to build a more inclusive and representative cultural sector.

Liliane Lijn (b. 1939) was born in New York, studied in Paris and lives in London. Internationally exhibited since the 1960s, Lijn works across media to explore language, mythology and the relationship between light and matter.

Ben Lewis is an award-winning documentary film-maker, art critic and author. He has written about art for The Times, Sunday Telegraph, Le Figaro and many others.

Matthew Hall moved in 1995 to work for a gallery in Mayfair, where he met current-day business partner, Tiffany Panter. Together in 2000 they founded Panter & Hall in Shepherd’s Market, initially specialising in Modern British and contemporary Scottish painting.

Barbara Stanley's particular interest is in Irish contemporary art. In 2002 she established the first gallery in London that specialises in the works of contemporary Irish artists. She also offers a consultancy service to source specific artwork, commission artists and provide advice.

Susan Mumford is a game-changer in the 21st Century art world. She’s an entrepreneur, mentor, speaker, moderator, author. She’s also founder of the Association of Women Art Dealers (AWAD), a non-profit trade network, and Be Smart About Art, an online-accessible platform that helps creative professionals thrive in a changing world.


Liliane Lijn, Ben Lewis, Matthew Hall, Barbara Stanley, Susan Mumford

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