17 July 2014

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London Alternative Photography Collective Talk Aug 2014

On Tuesday 5th August at 6.30pm, London Alternative Photography Collective (http://lapc.4ormat.com/) will be meeting at Doomed Gallery Dalston. DOORS: 6.30PM TALKS: 7.00PM TALKS BY:  ROSIE EMERSON Recent show at Hang Up Pictures, Stoke Newington. Rosie Emerson was born in Dorset in 1981. Since graduating in Fine Art from Kingston University In 2004. Rosie’s figures draw reference from […]

17 July 2014

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Sam Peacock Art Class

Curious Duke Gallery brings you art lessons from artist Sam Peacock   Calling the curious! Curious Duke Gallery artist Sam Peacock will be running art classes in the gallery every Tuesday evening for you to learn more about what your art materials can do for you. Fully qualilified tutor Peacock will be demonstrating and encouraging […]

16 July 2014

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International Art Competition 2014‏

About the International Art Festival:  The 2014 International Art Festival is a juried art competition that aims to identify, recognize and promote outstanding contemporary artists. Each year, the IAF jury reviews hundreds of online submissions from all over the world. While U.S.-based artists are well-represented in our exhibitions, past winners have included artists from Japan, Russia, Taiwan, China, […]

15 July 2014

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Talk: Francis McKee

Fellow at The Glasgow School of Art, and director of the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, Francis McKee will lead a free talk around his ideas on open source theory, and in response to the subjects touched upon by artists Robert Carter, Helen Collett, Monty, Lois MacDonald, and Joe Fletcher Orr, in the exhibition […]

15 July 2014

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Midissage

Castlefield Gallery invites you to Midissage, an exclusive mid-point private view of their exhibition I Would Like to Join a Club & Hit Myself with It, hosted by Helen Collett as part of Drink Now / Lay Down 2011 – 2020 (an investment in two 12-bottle cases of fine wine; one to ‘Drink Now’ and […]

15 July 2014

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MATT ROBERTS | ARTISTS’ KAIZEN WORKSHOP

September 27, 2014 –September 28, 2014  MATT ROBERTS | ARTISTS’ KAIZEN WORKSHOP Two-day event Saturday | 10.00 – 17.00 Sunday | 10.00 – 15.00 (may run over slightly) The Matt Roberts Arts ‘Kaizen’ is an intensive two-day workshop, allowing a group of artists to improve the presentation of their work and ideas, and to learn from […]

15 July 2014

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Oscillate Wildly: Video Feedback & Analogue Visuals

Oscillate Wildly: Video Feedback and Analogue Visuals Featuring work by James Alec Hardy, Phil Baljeu, Will Cenci, Greg Cifcak and more tbc For Oscillating Wildly, South Kiosk will work with a number of artists, musicians and technologists to construct an immersive installation of flickering CRT surfaces. The various works will offer up a series of […]

14 July 2014

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Screening of Wax or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees by David Blair as part of South Kiosk

For their first event as part of South Kiosk Summer Screen, South Kiosk are excited to be showing Wax or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees (1992) by David Blair. Wax or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees is an independent feature film (featuring a cameo by William Burroughs), that takes the viewer […]

14 July 2014

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Spectres and Sophie Hoyle

Noise-Rock band Spectres and visual artist Sophie Hoyle present a new live work at Project Native Informant.   Spectres’ swell of rock-based cacophony – sprawling guitar noise and driving beats provides an unsettled immersion of sound whilst Hoyle’s new video work provides visual abstractions themed around ideas of  affect and sensory experience, embodiment and estrangement.   In […]

13 July 2014

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“Absolutely Corkscrew” in Exploding Seenema at Shuffle Festival, London

“Absolutely Corkscrew” by Pierre Yves Clouin, in Exploding Seenema at Shuffle Festival http://vimeo.com/84225487http://pierreyvesclouin.fr/items/show/665http://pierreyvesclouin.fr/items/show/676

13 July 2014

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Jerwood Makers Open: Glassblowing Demonstration and Discussion with Shelley James and Louis Thompson

Join Shelley James, Jerwood Makers Open 2014 artist, and Louis Thompson, Jerwood Makers Open 2012 artist, for a glassblowing demonstration and discussion. For this event, we will meet at Jerwood Space at 6.45pm. There will be a brief opportunity to see the Jerwood Makers Open 2014 exhibition before being led by a member of staff […]

13 July 2014

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Jerwood Makers Open: In Conversation with Marius Kwint

Marius Kwint, Reader in Visual Culture at the University of Portsmouth, in conversation with 2014 Jerwood Makers. Confirmed participants include: Hitomi Hosono, Matthew Raw, Shelley James, FleaFollyArchitects and artists Revital Cohen and Tuur Van Balen. Marius Kwint is Reader in Visual Culture at the University of Portsmouth. He was guest curator of the popular and […]

11 July 2014

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Art Social ’14

Art Social ’14 is the first multi-disciplinary festival from pioneering charity and not-for-profit private members’ club, The House of St Barnabas, which will open its doors to the public from 31 July – 3 August 2014.   Amongst an innovative programme of talks, interactive workshops and live music performances in the ornate surroundings of its’ 19th century chapel, acclaimed […]

10 July 2014

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Symposium: 1914 – 1918, from Home Front to Western Front

Come and learn about life during the First World War by listening to authors, curators and history enthusiasts at London Transport Museum and visit the Museum’s special exhibition Goodbye Piccadilly – from Home front to Western Front forfreeas part of the event. The programme on the day reflects the themes of the Goodbye Piccadilly  exhibition […]

10 July 2014

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Symposium: The social history and cultural significance of the London bus

Join the debate and learn how the London bus changed the world Covent Garden’s London Transport Museum is hosting an event that brings together authors, curators and history enthusiasts at a one-day symposium on Saturday 18 October. Entry to the Museum’s special exhibition Goodbye Piccadilly  – from Home to Western Front is included in the […]

10 July 2014

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World Premiere of Jeremy Deller animation

Watch the world premiere of Turner Prize winning Jeremy Deller’s animation ‘We Sit Starving Amidst Our Gold’, co-commissioned by Own Art and The Space, on Saturday 19th July when it will premiere simultaneously on screens across Westfield London and Westfield Stratford. Own Art will take over every screen in both Westfield’s locations, this has been […]

10 July 2014

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CALL for Performance Artists

TriSpace Gallery has been hosting events and exhibitions for over three years at our venue in central London (only 5 minutes walk from Bermondsey Station). We are excited to host our next PURE PERFORMANCE event series this August and are currently seeking artists interested in showcasing their talent. We are interested in hearing from you […]

10 July 2014

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Friday Late: Carnival City

Enjoy the swing of summer and celebrate London’s Carnival atmosphere at London Transport Museum’s Friday Late on 18 July. Partygoers who arrive in carnival fancy dress will be able to benefit from a 2 for 1 offer on a rum based drink. There’s also the chance to visit the Museum’s latest exhibition Goodbye Piccadilly, and […]

8 July 2014

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CHARACTER PHOTO VIDEO WRITING CONTEST

$13,000 IN PRIZES. For centuries, portraits and stories that reveal our humanity have been a source of fascination for artists working in all forms of media – especially photography, video and writing. These visual and written stories can depict the inner spirit revealed in a face, the human condition found in an interaction, a short […]

4 July 2014

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The Mosaic Rooms’ Supper Club with Anissa Helou

An introduction to the flavours of the Levant The Mosaic Rooms are delighted to present a very special supper club with celebrated chef and author Anissa Helou. Helou will host a Syrian inspired summer supper club with a delicious menu celebrating the food from this region of the Levant.  At this supper club she will also […]

4 July 2014

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The Orchard Keepers: Screening + Q&A

A documentary by Bryony Dunne The Orchard Keepers takes us on a journey into the heart of the Sinai desert. Behind delicate stone walls we meet Dr. Ahmad, the last surviving herbalist trained in the ancient ways of desert healing. But it is Amariya – a fiery naturalist with a robust personality born of both […]

4 July 2014

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The Hidden Light of Objects: book launch/discussion

The Mosaic Room are pleased to present the UK launch of Mai Al-Nakib’s collection of short stories entitled The Hidden Light of Objects. The Hidden Light of Objects is a collection of loosely connected short stories set mainly in the Middle East. They trace quiet, ignored moments in a region overwhelmed by geopolitical, military, and […]

4 July 2014

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WEST WEDNESDAYS

Griffin Gallery and ACAVA are happy to announce the second summerseason of West Wednesdays, a walking art tour of the Latimer Road area of London where we are located. …

3 July 2014

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ARTIST ROOMS Louise Bourgeois: A Woman Without Secrets – Symposium: Later Life Artistic Careers

Join arts professionals and practitioners for a panel discussion taking inspiration from our ARTIST ROOMS Louise Bourgeois: A Woman Without Secrets exhibition, looking at artists who achieve recognition or begin their careers in later life. Image : Louise Bourgeois in 1980. Photo: Mark Setteducati, © The Easton Foundation/Licensed by DACS

3 July 2014

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Chance Finds Us – Talk

Join us for a talk and panel discussion looking at the themes within the work of the Chance Finds Us group, and how their artistic practice is linked to the sciences. This talk features special guest David Spiegelhalter, Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk in the Statistical Laboratory at Cambridge University, and members […]

3 July 2014

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ARTIST ROOMS:Louise Bourgeois – Wonder Whys Talk & Tour

As part of our interpretation for ARTIST ROOMS Louise Bourgeois: A Woman Without Secrets, our young people’s group the Wonder Whys are producing their own gallery guide in response to the exhibition and its themes. Join them for a tour with a twist. Image : Louise Bourgeois in 1980. Photo: Mark Setteducati, © The Easton […]

3 July 2014

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Chance Finds Us, Tour & Book Signing

Join some of the Chance Finds Us artists for a tour of their exhibition followed by the opportunity to buy and have your copy of their publication signed.

3 July 2014

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ARTIST ROOMS Louise Bourgeois: A Woman Without Secrets – Talk & Tour, September

Join Kath Wood, mima exhibition Project Manager, for a fascinating walk and talk around ARTIST ROOMS Louise Bourgeois: A Woman Without Secrets. The talk explores the varied exhibition, and the life and work of this significant American artist. FREE, booking required.

3 July 2014

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ARTIST ROOMS Louise Bourgeois: A Woman Without Secrets – Talk & Tour, July

Join Kath Wood, mima exhibition Project Manager, for a fascinating walk and talk around ARTIST ROOMS Louise Bourgeois : A Woman Without Secrets. The talk explores the varied exhibition, and the life and work of this significant American artist. FREE, booking required.

3 July 2014

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Art Experimenta Screening Vol. 4

Trispace Gallery is an established arts venue located 5 minutes walk from Bermondsey station. We have been running arts exhibitions, music, film and live performances events for the past three years. The screening will take place in our event space area where the audience can enjoy moving image art with a drink and snack! Art […]

2 July 2014

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Arte Makers Art Market

Juxtaposed Gallery Art Market is a New Monthly Feature starting sunday 17th August at the gallery – Located on the fringe of Camden Town – minutes away along the High Street and just a few steps from Mornington Crescent station. Spotlighting the collective works of artisans from across London and the UK working in Paintings, […]

29 June 2014

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Advertising Exhibitions present WASTE LAND screening + Russell Hill talk

In conjunction with The Rubbish Gallery, Alice Bradshaw and the Museum of Contemporary Rubbish. Filmed over nearly three years, WASTE LAND follows renowned artist Vik Muniz as he journeys from his home base in Brooklyn to his native Brazil and the world’s largest garbage dump, Jardim Gramacho, located on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. […]