Jun 12 at 17.00
Event ParticipantsMontana Hall, Scottish Artists Union
Join Montana Hall (founder of the incredible Run The Check), multi artform producer and club programmer at The Yard Anjali Prashar-Savoie and the Scottish Artists Union to discuss when things go right, when things go wrong and ways to make sense of things after graduating. Everyone knows that no-one has the answer… one size does not fit all… but it’s a space to ask questions and hear from these great humans!
Montana Hall is the founder of Run The Check, a platform that showcases paid creative opportunities. With an audience of over 30,000 RTC advertises jobs for organisations such as Penguin Random House, V&A, Serpentine Galleries, D&AD and Wieden+Kennedy. As well as working with the Design Museum Young Creatives and the RA’s Attract programme Montana has been involved with The Photographers’ Gallery youth outreach since 2015 and was recently appointed Trustee. Currently in her final year studying Interaction Design Arts at UAL’s London College of Communication. Her long-standing interest in visual and digital arts and youth advocacy brings a creative and digitally savvy approach to work.
Anjali Prashar-Savoie is a producer and club programmer. Currently producing the late-night music programme at The Yard in London, Anjali has completed an MA in Art and Politics and a research residency with a focus on nightlife work and community organising.
Scottish Artists Union believe that artists should be valued as the root of creativity in our communities and in wider society. Value starts with recognition of artists as creative and highly trained individuals whose skills and experience underpin ALL arts programmes, organisations, infrastructures and activities.