Young Creative Chevrolet Arts Talk

Someone’s Simon Manchipp will be presenting his work and taking part in a Q&A session with CR’s Patrick Burgoyne on April 23 as part of the Young Creative Chevrolet Visual Arts Talk series. We have ten free tickets for CR readers if you’d like to come

Someone’s Simon Manchipp will be presenting his work and taking part in a Q&A session with CR’s Patrick Burgoyne on April 23 as part of the Young Creative Chevrolet Visual Arts Talk series. We have ten free tickets for CR readers if you’d like to come

Manchipp will discuss his career and Someone’s work for London 2012 at The Cass (aka The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University) at 5.30pm.

Although the talk is for London Met students, CR has ten tickets reserved for readers. If you would like to go, please email YCC@mischiefpr.com . The first ten to apply will get the tickets (one per person please).

The talk is one of four taking place at universities around the UK as part of Young Creative Chevrolet 2013 competition for students across Europe. More information here

A video of the talk will posted Chevrolet’s YouTube channel

 

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