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11th October

Amy Jackson:

Little Voices

I am pleased to announce that Little Voices has been selected for this year's Kensington + Chelsea Art Week. We will be live from a secret location at 4pm on October 11th 2020. 

Kensington + Chelsea

KCAW20

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2nd October

Emergent Vision by Uncovered Collective

Cleaning Squares has been selected for the Group Exhibition - Emergent Vision taking place in Peckham London. Look out for a live performance at 7pm on 2nd of October by Amy Jackson.

Emergent Vision

Uncovered Collective

7th September

FT Live

Pensions Expert

Join me on the Financial Times Live to learn about building a diversified investment portfolio with climate at the forefront as part of the Pensions Expert series.

Financial Times

FT Live

press

Interview with Press TV UK
An television interview following Water Blues, an event for Everything But The Ham, an experiential dining experience which seeks to raise awareness about water shortages in conflict zones through an immersive event curated by Amy Jackson.
FT Live
Presentation for Financial Times Live - Pensions Expert on Building a Diversified Investment Portfolio with Climate at the Forefront
FT Live
Presentation for Financial Times Live - Pensions Expert on Building a Diversified Investment Portfolio with Climate at the Forefront
The London Paper
Amy Jackson Conceptual Artist - The London Paper
Bored Panda - Street Artist Spends 15 Years Cleaning The Perfect Square
Amy Jackson - Cleaning Squares piece gets a mention in Bored Panda!
Kensington + Chelsea Art Week 2020
#IRL🦄- Solo Exhibition - Listed in KCAW20
The Times
The Times discusses Amy Jackson's plans to turn her stay in Big Brother into an art project.
The Times
'House' used 579 copies of The Times newspaper, collected over two years and transformed into newspaper bricks. 'House' was built using black mortar, it had no windows or doors and was five foot seven inches, corresponding to the height of the artist.
Feed The Lion Interview
Amy's co-project Everything But The Ham is a pop up experiential dining experience which seeks to inform customers about challenging political issues through immersive supper clubs.
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