Join a Q&A session for young people aged 16-25 who are interested in a career in the creative sector, with political cartoonist Ella Baron.

Meet and gain career advice from the Museum's most recent Artist-in-Residence Ella Baron. Ella is a political cartoonist and comics artist. She is a cartoonist at The Guardian and has also had her political cartoons published in The Times, The Sunday Times and the FT.

Ella has produced illustrations for books, animations, and exhibitions. Her debut graphic novel, Interface will be in 2025; set in a near-future, Interface explores issues of urban inequality.

Ella is kindly giving up her free time to meet young people for an informal Q&A session about her career and work. She is keen to offer advice to anyone who is currently in or thinking about a creative career and would like to share ideas about how to navigate self-promotion in a competitive industry. The event will take place in Sir John Soane's Museum basement art room and will include tea and biscuits! You are actively encouraged to bring your own artwork for Ella to see.

This event is for young people aged 16 to 25. As spaces are limited there is a £2 booking fee to discourage non-attendance.

Please note this workshop will take place in the Art Room in the basement of no. 14, please use this entrance. If you require wheelchair access, please contact in advance of your visit and we can arrange this for you.