At What Cost?

An event exploring issues raised by In Kind a research project by visual artists Janie Nicoll and Ailie Rutherford for GI2018.

At What Cost?

About At What Cost?

Charting the unseen and unaccounted for efforts that enable the festival to take place. At What Cost opens up the debate on artists’ precarity and how this affects the lack of diversity in the arts in Scotland.

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