18 April 2014

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PaintUnion: In Conversation with Sean Penlington and Cornelia Balthes

PaintUnion is pleased to welcome SeanPenlington and Cornelia Baltes to speak at our next discussion evening. Penlington and Baltes will be giving a talk about their recent work within the context of the expanded field of painting. Penlington’s work is predominantly concerned with the history of painting and how it affects and informs practise today. He focuses on history […]

17 April 2014

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THE EXCLUDED: After life, after death, after all with Sally Golding, Edward Colless

Australian visual artist Sally Golding and Australian writer Edward Colless stage a collaborative exploration of the culture of the ‘afterlife’ in some of its manifestations: as ghosting, as the undead, as doppelgänger and as spectral horror. Golding presents live mixes of cinema combined with live performance in a twenty-minute work involving audience interaction and two-way […]

16 April 2014

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DocHouse Presents: TIM’S VERMEER

+ Special Introduction by Philip SteadmanDir. TellerUSA – 2013 – 80 mins Can a computer inventor with no formal art training re-create the work of 17th Century Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer? For eight years, millionaire inventor Tim Jenison attempted to do just that, and to solve one of the art world’s biggest mysteries along the […]

15 April 2014

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The Eyes – European Photography Magazine

This biannual revue made its debut last fall, and is released both in French and English. Featuring image-makers, curators, historians, sociologists… the publication questions photography on a European scale and reinstates its political, social and historical functions. Its ambition is to challenge preconceptions, promote dialogue and open up debates. An elegant object, The Eyes is also a “connected paper” […]

14 April 2014

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Construction and Destruction in the City – a film screening in association with London Screen Study

‘Multi – story’ forms parts of an ambitious new moving image project and installation by artist Amanda Loomes, revealing the dramatic story of 80 Bishopsgate, a building destroyed by an IRA bomb in 1993, rebuilt, and subsequently demolished in 2011. Woven throughout the film are sounds and images from archive films ‘Barbican Regained’ (1963) and […]

13 April 2014

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London Gallery Day

As part of London Gallery Day, WW Contemporary Art screens a selection of video works from its exhibition archive (2008-2014) alongside a presentation of works by gallery artists. Plus: FREE ART GOODY BAG to all visitors on 25th & 26th April. After a successful first edition London Gallery Day returns in 2014 bringing together over […]

11 April 2014

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ENANTIODROMIA | Artist talk and exhibition tour with Simon Callery and Onya McCausland

FOLD Gallery | London is delighted to announce our participation in the EC1 & WC1 Galleries Day with an artist talk and ‘Enantiodromia’ exhibition tour by Simon Callery and Onya McCausland. EC1 & WC1 Galleries Day – 25th – 26th April 2014 – A programme of special events in London EC1 & WC1 – http://www.londongalleryday.com/ […]

10 April 2014

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Heritage Open Days

Celebrate this year’s Heritage Open Days (11th – 14th September) with a free gallery talk to mark the centenary of the First World War. The talk will focus on a selection of paintings by artists featured in the Jerwood Collection. The talk will take place on Thursday 11 Sepetmberfrom 11.30am-12.30pm.  The talk is free but places […]

10 April 2014

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Ansel Krut in Conversation

Join artist, Ansel Krut, and Jennifer Higgie (co-editor of Frieze Magazine) for a special in conversation event on Saturday 28 June from 2.30pm. This is a unique opportunity to find out more about the artist as they discuss Krut’s life and work.  Tickets £10 (£8 for Jerwood Gallery members). Booking is essential as places are limited. To […]

10 April 2014

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Meet the Artist: Ansel Krut

Join artist, Ansel Krut, for an exclusive tour of our Spring exhibition, Ansel Krut: Verbatim, on Wednesday 14 May from 6pm-7.30pm. Ansel Krut: Verbatim will bring together a series of of largely unseen paintings in what will be the most significant exhibition of Krut’s work to date. Tickets £10 (£8 for Jerwood Gallery members). Booking is essential as places are limited. To book, […]

10 April 2014

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The Baron’s Art School

The Baron’s Art School presents: ‘Bringing Painting to Life’ Enter the strange and enchanting world of The Baron’s Art School, where paintings really do come to life! This is an art class like no other. Join us and let The Baron take you through a sequence of realities, journeying into the paintings in an entertaining […]

10 April 2014

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Decompression Gathering Summer Camp 2014 Visiting Artist Amy Franceschini

Decompression Gathering Summer Camp 2014 Visiting Artist Amy Franceschini25 – 31 August Application Deadline: May 7th 2014Can the act of gathering contribute to novel articulations for mutuallearning, communal living, and group working? Does experiencing communallife create different social and personal relationships betweenparticipants? Can the experience of isolation from urban life be agenerative process? These are some of the questions […]

9 April 2014

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In Conversation: Maryam Jafri and TJ Demos

Maryam Jafri discusses her practice with TJ Demos, critic and Reader in the Department of Art History, University College London. This event is part of Maryam Jafri’s exhibition Mouthfeel, which continues until 18 May 2014. T.J. Demos is a critic and Reader in the Department of Art History, University College London. He writes on contemporary art and politics, […]

8 April 2014

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Phil Bergerson in conversation with Marco Bohr

Since 1995, Canadian photographer Phil Bergerson has made numerous extended road-trips throughout the United States, criss-crossing the continent in search of the scattered remnants of the ‘American Dream’. A new title from Black Dog Publishing, Phil Bergerson: American Artifacts presents seven suites of tightly sequenced images from this sweeping topographical survey, bracketed by the writings […]

8 April 2014

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Culture Now: Louisa Buck, Toby Mott and Charlie Porter discuss David Robilliard

ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir is joined by Louisa Buck, Toby Mott and Charlie Porter to consider the paintings, drawings and poetry of London artist David Robilliard (1952 – 1988). This event marks the launch of new ICA publication David Robilliard: The Yes No Quality of Dreams, featuring a newly-commissioned essay by Andrew Wilson, Curator […]

8 April 2014

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Twenty Years On: Revisiting ‘Intellectuals and the New Media’ Tuesday 29 April, 6.45pm

On 29 April 1994 the ICA played host to the world’s first webcast of a live event when the Intellectuals and the New Media debate, hosted to launch Esa Saarinen and Mark Taylor’s book Imagologies (Routledge, London, 1993), was relayed online.  With this discussion the original panel and the online team come together again to […]

8 April 2014

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10th Gwangju Biennale: Jessica Morgan in conversation with Sally Tallant

Jessica Morgan, Artistic Director of the 10th Gwangju Biennale, introduces the curatorial framework of the next edition, Burning Down the House, opening in September of this year. This will be followed by a conversation with Sally Tallant, Director of Liverpool Biennial – The UK Biennial of Contemporary Art.   Jessica Morgan is the Daskalopoulos Curator, […]

4 April 2014

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The Ballad of Skinny Lattes and Vintage Clothing by Joseph Young AKA Giuseppe Marinetti

The Ballad of Skinny Lattes and Vintage Clothing pays homage to the legacy of futurist artists Luigi Russolo and FT Marinetti, so it is appropriate that the last leg of our current UK tour is at the Estorick in London – home to the UK’s finest collection of Italian Futurist art. The audience will be led on a […]

4 April 2014

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CALL FOR ENTRIES: Exeter Contemporary Open

Entries are invited for this annual platform for emerging and established contemporary visual artists. £1000 Overall Award £500 Additional Award £200 Audience Choice Award Deadline 13/06/14 More info HERE

3 April 2014

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Debate: Grand Challenges: Your Future. Your City.

This debate will address the Grand Challenges of modern cities. It will look at how climate change, an aging population, health and wellbeing demand community co-ownership. In today’s society, citizens are more aware of the localised problems and communities have a ‘right’ to determine their needs. Community engagement in future cities has been notoriously difficult. […]

3 April 2014

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In-conversation: Iain Andrews and David Maclagan

Coinciding with his current solo exhibition at Castlefield Gallery join artist Iain Andrews in conversation with David Maclagan a writer, artist and (retired) art therapist. Maclagan’s writings on Outsider Art, mythology and the psychological aspects of images have been widely published including ‘Line Let Loose: scribbling, doodling & automatic drawing’ (2014) published by Reaktion.

2 April 2014

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PROJECTIONS: Persona Obscura – The Divided Self In Cinema – Six week evening course

How do you define yourself? Is it possible to accurately determine the parameters of your identity? How do you know that you are not someone else? These questions are as old as the discipline of philosophy and denote a fascination with perplexing, unanswerable riddles. Whilst it may never be possible to unequivocally resolve the mystery […]

1 April 2014

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In Conversation: Reproductions & Forgeries

In line with the current exhibition, Red Tape, we invite you to join consultant Daniel McClean (Finers Stephens Innocent LLP) and specialist Katharine Arnold (Christie’s) as they discuss Reproductions and Forgeries.

31 March 2014

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Fake Your Own Art

An interactive and practical workshop to explore questions of fakery and process in art making. Participants will be asked to bring an art piece with them and work with the artist to make a trompe l’oeil version directly onto the gallery wall. Your work will then become part of a group show at Bearspace for […]

29 March 2014

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ELP Open Studio

East London Printmakers invites you to an Open Studio Come and join us on 1st May, First Thursday for our Summer Open Studio.  The evening will be packed full of printing action. There will printing demo’s by some of our fantastic artists, as well as a £10 proof sale, local beer and much much more! […]

29 March 2014

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Artist in Residence Talk with Sarah Lawton

Sarah Lawton is our current artist in residence at ELP. As part of East London Printmakers Artist Talk Programme she will be discussing her work at the studio in April. We are really excited to have Sarah with us at ELP as our current artist in residence. She is a practising artist with six years […]

27 March 2014

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AMATA Festival

The AMATA Festival is a combined platform for practitioners emerging from our Dance, Music, Theatre and Cultural Management & Production courses. Through the 11 days of the festival, performances, talks, events and networking opportunities are programmed that celebrate the achievements of our graduating students.

27 March 2014

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Show 5: Falmouth University Graduate Fashion Show 2014

Show 5 celebrates the fifth graduating cohort of Fashion at Falmouth and the final collections of over 40 Fashion Design and Performance Sportswear Design students. Fashion at Falmouth’s principal aim is to encourage curiosity, creativity and innovation in every student and this will be evident throughout this final year show along with a shared ethos […]

27 March 2014

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National Trust present Hunt & Darton Cafe at Gatti’s Ice House

Hunt & Darton Cafe in collaboration with National Trust London will host a pop-up evening of interactive performance, mixing ice cream with art in London’s oldest ice cream factory. A fully functioning café that blends art with the everyday, Hunt & Darton Cafe is a social and artistic hub where spontaneity and performance meet great […]

25 March 2014

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Interactive Playground and Showcase for Arduino Day 2014

On 29 March it’s going to be Arduino Day 2014! Furtherfield and Codasign will be hosting a day full of free activities at Furtherfield Commons in Finsbury Park. We would like to invite anyone interested in physical computing – people from all ages and all levels of expertise – to come and spend the day with […]

24 March 2014

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Between & Across Disciplines: Art & Science in Higher Education

GV Art gallery, London presents a panel discussion on interdisciplinarity and cross-disciplinary collaboration in Higher Education.   A number of recently established courses are developing innovative pedagogical models that endeavour to build connections between disciplines. The discussion will focus on art/science programmes established in recent years, with an overview of interdisciplinary and progressive teaching methods in […]