Every two years, The Showroom hosts a fundraising event that provides the organisation with the most critical and difficult funding to achieve – operational support. Your contribution will enable: key aspects of our exhibition programme; the continuation of our pioneering project Communal Knowledge; the production of our discursive events and publications; and our building to be fully accessible in 2020.
Your support will help sustain our mission to be a platform for emerging practices and ideas, where collaboration, criticality and learning are integral to the production of unconventional art and discourse. Our ground-breaking approach fosters experimental practices and reflects upon everyday life through its engagement with local communities. Contributions will enable us to continue bringing together art and non-art audiences, locally and at large, to produce projects advocating for art as a tool for collaborative research, transdisciplinary education and social justice. Thank you for supporting our vision and being a part of our family.
Thursday 5 December 2019
7.30PM Doors Open & Chill Out
8.00PM Food & Discourses
9.30PM Raffle & After Party
Alia Al-Senussi, PhD, Patron and Cultural Consultant
Haroon Mirza, Artist
Andrew Renton, Professor of Curating, Goldsmiths, University of London
Mercedes Vilardell, Lawyer and Co-Chair of Tate Modern African Acquistions Committee (AAC) and Tate Modern International Council
For our Fundraising Event on Thursday 5 December at Oscar Murillo's Studio, we had a Raffle featuring unique quotidian objects donated from The Showroom's creative circle including Tremaine Emory, Coco Fusco, Theaster Gates, Alfredo Jaar, Bouchra Khalili, Otobong Nkanga & The Otolith Group, as well as The Showroom publications & editions.
Tickets designed by artist Navine G. Khan-Dossos
And a special auction of Alfredo Jaar's Gold in the Morning (1984)