Leith Late 16: Panel Talks

Friday 24th June 2016
12pm - 6pm, Free entry: pre-booking required

LeithLate launch their inaugural panel talk sessions which invite special guests to talk about topics significant to Leith. The subjects for discussion and timings are as follows:

12pm – The Politics of Public Art
2pm – The Value of Art and Artists
4pm – Gentrification in Leith

Special guest panel speakers include:

The Politics of Public Art – Emily Gray (Civic Room project manager and curator) and Fraser Gray (fine/street artist).

The Value of Art and Artists – Laura Doherty (Cultural Benefits project) and Alistair Gentry (artist and writer).

Gentrification in Leith – Tim Brinkhurst (Young Fathers manager) and Stacey Hunter (creative producer).

Event chaired by Yasmin Sulaiman.

Tickets 

If you wish to attend the panel talks, please register here.

Tickets are free and each panel talk is likely to not take longer than 60-90mins to allow for breaks.

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Photo: Kat Gollock

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