Artists Showcase Int presents free online talks delivered by our team of international practitioners to share a fresh view of artists and artworks, in the mediums of painting, sculpture, photography, film, and installations.

COMING UP: Art With An Audience returns in October

After a summer break, our Art With An Audience online talks return in October, fortnightly on Wednesday evenings making us ‘Your Midweek Getaway’.

Our two talks will celebrate Black History Month 2023.

Wednesday 11th October at 19:00 UK Time

presented by Andrew Mashigo

In this talk, Andrew will highlight the works of three contemporary African artists and weave the nation of hope in difficult times, and light through darkness.

Though personal in the storytelling form, these works symbolise a desire for freedom through cultural and societal dictates.

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Wednesday 25th October at 19:00 UK Time

presented by Robert Raynard

More information on this talk will follow shortly.

Image credit: ASI flyer
Copyright: © Artists Showcase Int

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To view our past talks, please visit the Art With An Audience archive here

The story behind Art With An Audience

Art With An Audience was formed from a conversation during one of the UK’s lockdowns between ASI founder Andrew Mashigo and photographer Robert Raynard. They talked about creating an online space in which people based anywhere in the world could discover and learn about great artists and works of art.

With their backgrounds and experiences from organisations such as the Tate galleries, they created the Art With An Audience online talks and the first talks began in May 2021. 

Within six months of starting, the presenting team had grown to include artists, photographers, and art practitioners Eve Milner, Laurence Van Der Noordaa, Theodora Philcox, Elli Lestas, and Julia Stubbs, alongside Andrew and Robert. Coming from across the UK and beyond, all our presenters bring their passion to communicate about artists and artworks, allowing an even more varied artistic programme for Art With An Audience.