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Eyes Wide Open

Human packaging: what do we reveal about our times and our culture by the way we present ourselves?

We’d like to invite all social commentators, anthropologists, researchers, marketers, designers, planners and creatives to this, the 2nd Eyes Wide Open AQR Evening Event.

Beyond the vagaries of fashion trends lie a more profound language and story of our times. It’s about projecting and reflecting an image, hiding and exposing a belief, driving a movement through a uniform.

We’re asking: what can we learn from appearance, not just about now, but about what’s to come?

Our stellar cast will be led by our keynote speaker, Daniel Meadows; photographer, writer, documentarist and pioneer of participatory media. Daniel taught photojournalism workshops for the Reuters Foundation, The British Council and others. He has travelled widely (mostly in Australia and the USA) lecturing about new work participatory media. As well as freelance movie and TV work with film directors from Tony Palmer to Ken Russell, he has spoken on and worked with many media organisations, including Granada and the BBC

Other speakers from the world of fashion, anthropology and qualitative research will be talking on challenging themes, like the crisis in masculinity and gender fluidity.

Interested? Then join us at Mary Ward House in Tavistock Place on 7th June, to listen, contribute and be inspired.

Prices: AQR members discounted rate: £95 + VAT = £114 (membership is individual not corporate)
Non members rate: £125 + VAT = £150

Online booking links below

Date:
7 June 2018

Time:
6.00pm to 9.30pm

Venue:
Mary Ward House
5-7 Tavistock Place
London WC1H 9SN

Map of location:
StreetMap of WC1H 9SN

Standard Price:
£125+VAT (Book Online)

Member's Price:
£95+VAT (Book Online)

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