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15:00 at Toynbee Studios
A workshop for artists exploring how we can interrogate the ethics of funding opportunities and respond to unethical funding scenarios.

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19:30 at Toynbee Studios
Join performance maker Xavier de Sousa and artist Andre Neely as they discuss their research into performative action and environmental activism.

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18:00 at London Bridge Hive
Join sculptor, jeweller, performance artist, architect & founder of Alternative Miss World, Andrew Logan, as he reflects on his life's work & influences & his relationship with the London Bridge area.

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18:30 at Design Museum
Join British artist, film-maker and writer John Akomfrah and a panel of speakers for a talk on the architecture of memory, migration and multiculturalism.

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18:45 at University of Westminster
Join Lily Cole as she meets Guardian columnist Mark Boyle, who has escaped the rat race to live ‘off the grid’ – free from money and technology.

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19:00 at Foyles, Charing Cross
Join authors Fatima Bhutto and Dina Nayeri as they discuss their new books: The Runaways and The Ungrateful Refugee ahead of Refugee Week 2019.

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18:30 at The Photographers' Gallery
Artist Evan Roth discusses his Artangel commission Red Lines which connects users to the landscape of the internet.

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19:00 at Central Hall Westminster
The author of Eat, Pray, Love and Big Magic returns to the How To: Academy for an unmissable conversation on her journey through life and her new novel City of Girls.

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19:00 at Foyles, Charing Cross
Hear multi-prize-winning American photographer Alec Soth discuss his craft, and his latest book I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating.

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11:00 at Whitechapel Gallery
For four exciting days, creative and cutting-edge publishers, big and small, transform the Whitechapel Gallery into the London Art Book Fair.

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