Every Tuesday, we'll be hosting an informal talk and discussion about Aesthetics, Politics, Economics, Globalisation, Capitalism and the Environment. These talks are free, open to all and exist to share information and experiences to see where it takes us. On sale, we have a range of drinks and snacks to help fuel the chat.
*22 Nov // Stuart Glenday shares a story of collaboration which gave rise to the Hippy Modernist green political movement of the 60's and 70's, and, which eventually led to one of the most important scientific discoveries of the 20th Century...
*29 Nov // Julia Farrington from Index on Censorship talks art, the law and censorship
*6 Dec 7.30pm // Hannah Gardiner talks 'The Place of Art within Permanent Culture'
MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED FOR 2017
*8 Nov- 7.30-9PM // Reuben Jacobs gave us a better understanding of how 'neoliberalism' affects global and local politics as well as your everyday life, through its domination of world economics.
*15 Nov- 7.30-9PM // Jacob F-n shared his experience and research as a historical geographer taking us on a journey from West to East London as we learned how London's colonial past is still woven into the geography all around us today.
About Grow, Hackney
An independent bar and creative space, built by a small team and operating as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business. A space for music, art, conversation and community where everyone is welcome. www.GrowHackney.co.uk
Our address is Grow, Hackney, 98C Main Yard, Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, E9 5LN. Just two minutes walk from Hackney Wick Overground (exit station onto Wallis Road, follow all the way round to the right) and 15 minutes walk from Stratford.