7 November 2017, Evening Meetup with Sadia Sadia, central London by Kings Cross, 6:30-8:30pm
PLEASE NOTE: This is our regular space for our monthly meet-ups; if you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register and receive further information. If you already know the location, just show up.
Suggested donation: £3 waged; £1 unwaged.
Sadia Sadia is a Canadian-born British installation artist. She was one of the first women in the world to be signed to a major label as a record producer, and became the first female member of the British Record Producer’s Guild (now the MPG Music Producer’s Guild), under the chairmanship of Sir George Martin. Her work has been sequenced to film and television by companies such as Polygram/Miramax, Interscope and Universal Pictures. Sadia was the music producer of the inaugural TUC ‘Respect: Unite Against Racism’ campaign, featuring dozens of international musicians. As an artist and film maker, Sadia’s work has been screened around the world in venues including the Melbourne International Film Festival, the Tricycle Theatre, the National Science and Media Museum and the Cinematheque Francaise. Her work forms part of the permanent collection of ACMI (the Australian Centre for the Moving Image). Sadia has a master’s degree in design from Central St Martin’s as well as a master’s degree in political science and economics with a specialisation in gender from Birkbeck University. She was born to a Pakistani Muslim father and is an atheist and ex-Muslim.