Institute of Contemporary Arts

Develop your ideas, share and build your networks, and enhance your professional practice. Join GUAP Magazine for GUAP Social Work, a monthly peer-to-peer co-work space that enables you to connect, relate and co-create in a supportive environment.
 
GUAP’s monthly co-work space, Social Work, this month features a photography workshop with artist Diana Agunbiade-Kolawole and Social Creative Network members.
 
Bring your smartphone, camera, or tablet and a photo project, share your ideas and Diana will give you advice, tactics and pro tips on framing your image, creating an interesting composition, and how to present your work. To finish, Social Creative Network member Laurie Martin shares neat photography hacks you can use on your smartphone.

GUAP Social Work enables you to develop your ideas, share and build your networks and enhance your professional practice. Each drop-in session runs 12–6pm every second Thursday of the month in the ICA Studio, with workshops and masterclasses taking place between 2–4pm each month. Bring your laptop, presentations, playlists and ideas. Light refreshments are provided throughout the day. Open to anyone aged 16–25. Email scn@ica.art for further information.

GUAP Social Work is free. Places are limited, book early to avoid disappointment.
Diana Agunbiade-Kolawole received her MFA from the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden, and spent a year at École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris after completing her BA in Photography at Kingston University. She was selected as a British ambassador for UK/CHINA 400, an exchange of future leaders, China, 2009; Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project Summer Academy, UK, 2010; Multiplicidade festival, Brazil, 2013; artist-in-residence with Gary Stewart and AF Rodrigues for Becontree Hundred, part of the 2012 Olympic Game cultural legacy in 2015. 
 
GUAP Magazine was co-founded by Jide Adetunji and Ibrahim Kamara in 2015 and is the world’s first Video Magazine – a revolutionary magazine dedicated to discovering emerging creative talent. It seeks to redefine the norm by presenting the world with a new and unique way to recognise the untold, unseen and unforgettable young talent within music, fashion, arts and business globally. It is the only platform in the UK profiling young urban creatives, making it a feeding ground for creative inspiration and entertainment.
 
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