Previously at the ICA
A celebration of Gypsy culture, with special guest DJs and a screening of ICA folk music documentary Gypsy Caravan.
A gallery talk on the David exhibition from the associate editor of Frieze magazine.
Acid Jazz curate a night of Brazilian events, with live music, DJs, capoeira and film.
Authors De Botton and Thirlwell discuss why we take writing so seriously, and how we might reinvent literary forms.
One of America's most influential political philosophers argues that US foreign policy needs to focus on security rather than democracy.
What can be learned from other people's experience of things we rarely think about? This month's phenomenology debate focuses on meat, and includes a demonstration of butchery.
Two of Britain's best writers talk about how the rise of radical Islam has affected Western imaginations and their own work.
The south London collective are back following their fantastically chaotic night in May, with sounds and visuals inspired by 'underwater'.
In collaboration with Shooting People, an ICA Club event with professional advice for makers of short films, and an opportunity to show your own work.
Two artists from Saving Planet Earth: A 21st Century Approach talk about their work and optimistic human responses to possible environmental catastrophe.