Open Meetings Programme

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

Notice of ICEA meeting on Tuesday 2nd October, 2018, at 18h00 for 18h30, Speaker TBC, will speak on “TBC” [drain file <> url Meeting Notice]

Future Programme for 2018

The ICEA year ends on July 31st. The open meetings programme resumes in October. Dates for which rooms have been booked are shown below. Speakers and topics are added when these are sufficiently confirmed to be announced. Formal notices giving further details are posted and despatched to members and those on mailing list approximately one month before the event.

Wednesday 07th November 2018
Prof Mark Bishop, will speak on “Robots and the Economy”

2019
January 16th 3rd Wednesday
February 6th 1st Wednesday
March 6th 1st Wednesday
April 3rd 1st Wednesday
May 15th 3rd Wednesday
June 19th 3rd Wednesday
July 16th 3rd Tuesday

Time and Place

Meetings are held at in the Gradidge Room at The Art Workers Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT, (www.artworkersguild.org), which is located about halfway down the West Side of the Square click for map.

The Gradidge Room is a small venue and our meetings are more akin to seminars than to lectures.

We meet at 6 for 6:30pm. The meeting itself lasts until about 8 pm, with time split approximately equally between the speaker’s address and the subsequent discussion with questions, comment and observations from the floor.

Drinks are available both before and after the meeting. We aim to be out of the drinks room by 9 pm. There is sometimes an opportunity to take supper with speaker as guest. Those doing so leave earlier.

Meeting Charges

A small charge is made to cover the costs of drinks and other refreshments, which are served before and after the meeting.  Charges (including drinks/refreshments): Members – £5; Non-members – £10; Students – £2.50.

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