Issue 4 Launch
To be announced: December 2019, London
We will be forgotten
Contra and It’s Freezing in LA! are proud to launch our collaborative event series Climate and Conflict.
Following her September residency at the Contra studio, come to view a series of site-specific installations by artist Vinita Khanna on the theme of environmental destruction and human nature. In We Will Be Forgotten, Khanna hopes to frame the rapidly changing environment seeded by human activity in the past centuries, and elucidate the fundamental misunderstanding of our relationship to the planet as a whole.
28th September, 2-11pm, London North Greenwich.
Designing against disaster
This October we are delighted to be partnering with London's Wimbledon BookFest for the second event in our collaboration with Contra Journal: Climate and Conflict.
Bringing together some of our favourite green makers and thinkers, we're hosting conversations, film screenings and short story readings as we continue to untangle some of the most difficult elements of the environmental crisis.
Other speakers at the festival include Lucy Siegke, Mike Berners-Lee and Dana Thomas. Free tickets available for university students and sixth formers.
Issue III Launch Party
We invite all from far and wide to join us at Peckham Springs on June 6th for the launch of IFLA! Issue 3.
If you love great music, thought-provoking literature and all things climate change this is an event not be missed. Buy a discounted copy of issue 3 on the door or purchase the pre-order ticket to guarantee one to collect!
It's Freezing in San Mei!
Join us for a programme of short films about climate change on March 28th at the San Mei Gallery, London SE1, from 7pm.
Copies of the magazine, recycled posters, good company and drinks in our South London home. Entry is free but register for tickets via our Facebook page.
Issue II Launch Party
Join us for our launch party on January 31st at Vaulty Towers, London SE1, from 7pm.
We'll have discounted copies of Issue 2, live DJs and plenty of drinks – all in a space filled with reclaimed objects (and the friendly IFLA! team). Entry is free!