Currently on at at KK Outlet in East London is ‘What’s Next‘, a project that looks to uncover what young people think about economy, equality, education and digital politics. Each week a different art collective, group of hackers, printers and photographers take over the gallery space and create work in response to a a specific topic.
This week’s theme is Education, with talks, and live screenprinting and letterpress workshops run by the lovely people from Peckham Print Studio, Studio Mothership and People of Print. They’re offering the opportunity to get involved and create your own print, with prices starting from £5.00 (for those of you a bit short of cash they’re accepting potted plants as alternative payment!). They’re hosting a free education discussion panel this evening (everyone welcome) with speakers including Lawrence Zeegen (Dean of Design at LCC), Michael Slavinsky (Brilliant Club) and Lucy Inkster (UpRising) – not to be missed!
Education week run until 30th June at KK Outlet.