Alina Kisina

DATE: 7 October 2018
TIME: Talk 1:30pm prompt
registration and drinks from 1:00pm

159, Bethnal Green Road, London E2 7DG


Tube Liverpool Street Bethnal Green;
Overground Shoreditch High Street;
Bus 8, 388;
5 minutes walk from Brick Lane.

Alina Kisina is a Ukrainian-British artist photographer working in the UK. Her work is concerned with finding harmony in chaos through those universal, timeless human qualities that reach beyond location, gender and social background. Education and public engagement are central to Alina’s practice. She was invited as a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton (2013) and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (2011).

In this talk Alina, will discuss the benefits of combining different creative streams including photographic practice, teaching and sharing your vision with others through public speaking. The talk will focus on how different creative activities can stimulate each other and enrich your artistic practice.

Online booking now closed. Seats available prior to the talk from 1pm.