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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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12:00 at BFI Southbank
A day of rousing talks and playful events reframing the conversation around gender equality in the screen industries.

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19:00 at V&A
Join the founder of design firm Mecanoo for a look at groundbreaking cultural projects engaging civic audiences around the world.

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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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18:30 at Design Museum
Twenty years since its release, Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut remains complex and visually arresting. This talk explores the ambitious set design and creative process behind the director's final film.

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19:00 at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
Curated & hosted by BISHI, The Mahadevi Sessions create an opportunity for BAME people & their allies to come together to explore, discuss, and share the issues they face today in the music industry.

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19:00 at British Library
A night of unregulated celebration and heartfelt memories, chaired by writer and musician Vivien Goldman.

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18:30 at Royal Academy of Arts
Join a panel including political satirist Steve Bell as they explore humour and satire in art, and discuss how it has impacted today’s contemporary art world.

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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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