Street Fans Special Talk and Q&A
Street Fans is a major forthcoming exhibition at Greenwich’s Fan Museum which unites two seemingly diverse art forms: traditional fan making and street art. The project will see Europe’s leading fan maker Sylvain Le Guen teaming up with 30 international street artists to create one-of-a-kind artwork.
· Tuesday 10 October 2017
· Southwark Campus, SE1 8LF (opposite Southwark tube, 3 minutes from Waterloo)
· Drinks reception on arrival
We – along with other community partners Greenwich Market and the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich University – will be holding a series of special events aimed at giving students, alumni and businesses a unique insight into this inspiring concept.
We would like to invite you to a special talk and Q&A session being delivered by Sylvain Le Guen at our new Southwark campus on the evening of 10 October. Sylvain will explain the fascinating art and history of fan making and take the audience through the creative process which has led to the inspiring, provocative and sometimes subversive art being showcased in Street Fans.
To book a place please complete the form below and select the Q&A event.
Street Fans is the brainchild of Paris-based street artist Codex Urbanus, in collaboration with The Fan Museum, and will feature art by famous names such as Levalet, RUN, Dale Grimshaw and Jonesy. The Street Fans exhibition takes place at The Fan Museum, 12 Crooms Hill, London SE10 8ER from 19 September to 31 December.