Previously at the ICA - Seasons
23 Jul 2016
Tickets for CTRL: Reprezent x ICA Festival are absolutely free. You can get a free ticket for the day (12pm-6pm), the evening (6pm-10pm), or both if you like! You only need one ticket to get you into all CTRL: Reprezent x ICA Festival events during your selected time, and you're free to wander between event spaces.
Festival tickets will also be available on the door on a first-come first-served basis.
Young ICA with Reprezent Radio are co-curating a free, one-day festival created by and for young people, offering opportunities for people to curate and participate in a range of art workshops, talks and screenings, exploring and responding to ideas in contemporary culture and experimenting across a range of disciplines.
Reprezent Radio is broadcasting live throughout the day in the ICA Theatre, presenting some of today’s most exciting young music producers, performers, and influencers. Alongside CTRL: Reprezent x ICA, students from the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at Kingston University are hosting an alternative art school with screen-printing workshops from Studio K, while GIF (Girls In Film), Topsafe TV and Tim and Barry (Just Jam) present special screenings, and multimedia platform Skin Deep curate an interactive sound-based event in response to Beyonce’s Lemonade. There are also special contributions from ICA Student Forum and ICA Learning Associates.
This festival forms part of the Young ICA summer programme, which celebrates the cultural and creative explorations of young London through a special programme of events includes filmmaking, poetry and photography workshops and a STOP PLAY RECORD film school. Coinciding with the Young ICA summer programme, the ICA exhibition: Alasdair McLellan & Lev Tanju: The Palace showcases previously unseen imagery by renowned photographer Alasdair McLellan of the Palace Skateboards’ team. Palace founder, Lev Tanju, has specially created a video installation to accompany McLellan’s images.
Through partnership and collaboration, the ICA is deepening its learning offer for young people aged 16-24 years, with a focus on those who have least access to the arts. Our aim is to generate opportunities for radical relationship-making between young people and the institution by creating a platform for young people to devise and deliver programmes for themselves and others.
How to find us
The ICA is on The Mall, SW1Y 5AH, which runs from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace.
Tube and Train: The nearest stations are Charing Cross (Overground, Northern, and Bakerloo lines) and Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines). Green Park (Victoria Line) and Embankment (Northern, Bakerloo, District, and Circle lines) are also nearby.
Bus Routes: 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 23, 24, 29, 53, 87, 88, 91, 139, 159, 176 and 453 stop at Trafalgar Square.