A talk by John O’Reilly at Pick Me Up
In an A-Z of illustration, editor of Varoom John O’Reilly will be exploring how the ‘stupid’ in illustration and animation re-invents the idea of the ‘social’ – in an exclusive talk hosted by Pick Me Up Graphic Arts Festival in Somerset House.
The drop-in talk is free to attend with a festival pass and will start at 11:30am tomorrow (Friday 24th), with an approximate duration of 30 minutes following a brief Q&A session.
This event is part of ‘Points of Contention’: a series of daily talks and discussions about current issues within the graphic arts. Additional talks will include:
- Cartoons and Politics – Martin Ronson
- Life Death Letterpress – Catherine Dixon
- Look outside design – Lucienne Roberts and Rebecca Wright (Graphic Design &)
- Material to immaterial – Graham McCallum (Kemistry Gallery)
- Beyond the screen – Fred Deakin
- Educate Agitate Organise – Catherine Flood (V&A)
- Sit-in 4 Art – Bob and Roberta Smith
- Guns for hire? – Lawrence Zeegen
- Resist Revolt Design – Noel Douglas (Occupy)
You can download the schedule and book tickets to Pick Me Up via the Somerset House website.