London + Dublin Signings

Hey comrades!  I’m going to be doing speaking gigs/ Week in Hell signings in London and Dublin next week!  Deets below.  I’m so very excited to see you.  London is one of my favorite cities in the world, and this will be my first time in Dublin.  
LONDONMolly Crabapple in Conversation with Ana Finel Honigman Thursday, April 26, 7:30 pm@ The Groucho Club  45 Dean Street, London, W1D 4QB  FREE.  Open to the public, but RSVP is mandatory.   Limited places are available - please RSVP to reception@thegrouchoclub.com
We’ll be discussing Week in Hell, art, politics, crowd-funding, elitism, and what it’s like to be locked in a hotel room.  Ana is a brilliant arts journalist and I’m so honored that she’s able to interview me.
DUBLINMolly Crabapple on Art and EntrepreneurshipSunday, April 29, 2012@ Centre for Creative Practises 15 Pembroke Street Lower Dublin 2 Members €10 / Non-members €12.  Book tickets HERE
I’ll be talking about art, money, fame, DIY, how the future belongs to self-sufficiant multi-media mutants, and why none of the gatekeepers know what is going on.  If you ever wanted to ask me a question on how I do what I do, this is the place for it.
I can’t wait to meet you guys!  Come, tell your friends, and ask questions.  I may, possibly, be hiding some prints in seekrit locations in London and Dublin.  If I don’t forget

Hey comrades!  I’m going to be doing speaking gigs/ Week in Hell signings in London and Dublin next week!  Deets below.  I’m so very excited to see you.  London is one of my favorite cities in the world, and this will be my first time in Dublin.

LONDON
Molly Crabapple in Conversation with Ana Finel Honigman
Thursday, April 26, 7:30 pm
The Groucho Club 
45 Dean Street, London, W1D 4QB
FREE.  Open to the public, but RSVP is mandatory.
Limited places are available – please RSVP to [email protected]

We’ll be discussing Week in Hell, art, politics, crowd-funding, elitism, and what it’s like to be locked in a hotel room.  Ana is a brilliant arts journalist and I’m so honored that she’s able to interview me.

DUBLIN
Molly Crabapple on Art and Entrepreneurship
Sunday, April 29, 2012
Centre for Creative Practises
15 Pembroke Street Lower Dublin 2
Members €10 / Non-members €12.  Book tickets HERE

I’ll be talking about art, money, fame, DIY, how the future belongs to self-sufficiant multi-media mutants, and why none of the gatekeepers know what is going on.  If you ever wanted to ask me a question on how I do what I do, this is the place for it.

I can’t wait to meet you guys!  Come, tell your friends, and ask questions.  I may, possibly, be hiding some prints in seekrit locations in London and Dublin.  If I don’t forget

2 Responses to London + Dublin Signings

  1. Steve PH says:

    Hi Molly,
    I hope the talk at the Groucho in London goes very well. Unfortunately, I cannot get there, but have just received your Scarlett Takes Manhattan from the US, and loved Puppet Makers. I really enoy your work and ‘quirkiness’ :o)
    Steve

  2. Steve PH says:

    Hi Molly,
    I hope the talk at the Groucho in London goes very well. Unfortunately, I cannot get there, but have just received your Scarlett Takes Manhattan from the US, and loved Puppet Makers. I really enoy your work and ‘quirkiness’ :o)
    Steve

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