Young Creatives Night

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Past Event

This event was on 23 February 2023 | 6:30 - 8:30 pm | Free, Booking Required

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Young Creatives Night

23 February 2023 | 6:30 – 8:30 pm | Free, Booking Required

Meet other early career artists and young people interested in contemporary art at our latest Young Creatives Night. Facilitated by alumni of our youth collective Duchamp & Sons, these nights are an informal space for young creatives to connect, hear from contemporary artists, and share thoughts on art, life in the creative sector, and more.

At our February night we’ll be joined by artist and recent East London Art Prize Runner up Cora Sehgal Cuthbert who will be sharing more about her practice and taking part in a Q+A session.

These nights are open to Duchamp & Sons Alumni and any creatives aged around 21-28.

Find out more about our main Youth Programme for 15-24s and our youth collective Duchamp & Sons here.

Please email Amelia Oakley, Curator: Youth Programmes on if you have any questions or access requirements you would like to discuss ahead of this event.


Cora Sehgal Cuthbert

Cora Sehgal Cuthbert is a multidisciplinary artist based in London. Her work explores the intersections between the personal, the cultural, and a universal spirituality/humanity. Through this, Cora aims to expand her own and the audience’s worldview, to encourage the sharing of stories, and to encourage the recognition of the beauty and love within our own everyday lives. Specific themes Cora has recently explored include ideas of home, immigration, faith, grief, desire and disability.

The East London Art Prize

The East London Art Prize celebrates and promotes the incredible talent and diversity of art made in the cultural hive of east London. Proudly sponsored by Minerva, the winner receives a life-changing cash prize of £15,000 and a solo exhibition at Bow Arts’ Nunnery Gallery. The runner-up second prize is a year’s studio space with Bow Arts.

Headed by Bow Arts and supported by a network of local supporting partners, including The British Council, Dulux, The Line, LCF, LLDC, UCL, V&A East and Whitechapel Gallery, the Prize forms part of Bow Arts’ ongoing support and development of opportunities for artists