3 June 2013

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Center on Contemporary Art: Artist Call

Submission Deadline: Midnight (PDT), Sunday, June 30, 2013 It’s a CoCA Collision. We’re inviting all contemporary artists to become a part of CoCA, one of the longest runningartist lead organizations in the country. And we’re sending out a special invitation to past members to jump back in. As part of our completely revamped membership program, […]

3 June 2013

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Horseless Headmen

Improvised music with Horseless Headmen

3 June 2013

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Art Gallery Management & Exhibition Studies Workshop

Art Gallery Management & Exhibition Studies Workshop June 22nd and 23rd 2013 / 11am to 4pm each day www.stimulusworkshops.com An intensive ten hour Art Gallery Management & Exhibition Studies workshop that teaches you the necessary tools and skills to manage a commercial gallery space. You  will understand the day to day management of an art space, […]

3 June 2013

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Joan Jonas Artist Talk

The artist introduced by Al Rees. 

31 May 2013

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Oliver Rees: His New Best Seller

His New Best Seller (a screening) is an event in which the first episode of the series Confidence Tricks will be shown. The 50 watercolours of ‘His New Best Seller’ pay particular attention to the idea that people look at, and judge each other, and that they are in turn judged by someone or something else. […]

29 May 2013

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Chantal Yzermans: Partner You

Live performance : Chantal Yzermans Live chat : Nono Pessoa Original music : Substuff Music : I. Stravinsky Costume design : Jean-Paul Lespagnard Light design : Harry Cole Artistic advice : Marc Vanrunxt Photo : Laetitia Bica In collaboration with Teatro Canal-Madrid, Kunstencentrum Vooruit-Gent, Jan Fabre/Troubleyn-Antwerpen and Kunstencentrum Monty-Antwerpen with the support of the City […]

29 May 2013

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Perfect Patio

The works of nine artists from the MA Fine Arts programme at Camberwell & Chelsea are brought together for one night in this vibrant and exciting exhibition.

29 May 2013

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Videoclub and Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network present Selected 111

videoclub and Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network present Selected III May – June 2013 at venues nationwide     If you want to find the next big thing in British film art, then look no further.   The spotlight is about to fall on a select group of the UK’s finest and freshest up-and-coming […]

29 May 2013

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Talk

Find out more about the work of four of our international artists-in-residence Marianna Christofides(Cyprus), Youngmi Chun (South Korea), Marcius Galan (Brazil) and Shreyas Karle (India). The artists place their work in context and discuss the projects they are pursuing whilst at Gasworks.

28 May 2013

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Free talk on Light in Contemporary Sculpture by David Ogle and Andrew Stonyer FRBS

5th June 2013 6.30 – 8.30 pm   FREE    The Royal British of Society of Sculptors is delighted to announce the arrival of a new work, ‘08021’ by Sculpture Shock winner, David Ogle as part of our series on Light, Sound and Colour in contemporary sculpture.   On the 5th June, please join us […]

28 May 2013

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Johann Arens: South of No North

What are you making?Scale model or a mini model.Is it a decoy?If that means I can question the original. I am curious which level of abstraction will be suitable to take the model too.If it were a mock object, you might be mimicking the original, are you implying ridicule, ‘making a mockery’ of your subject?Could […]

28 May 2013

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Sky, Ants, and Talking to Plants

Sky, ants and talking to plants   6.30-8.30pm Tuesday 4th June 2013 Arcola Theatre,
24 Ashwin St, Dalston, London – E8 3DL. Train: Dalston Junction overland station. Tickets: £5 / cons £3  Invisible Dust invites you to a presentation by New York experimenter, environmental engineer and artist Natalie Jeremijenko together with the ‘ant ballet’ architect, artist […]

28 May 2013

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Call to Artists

GV Art are planning a new exhibition, Nature Reserves Dear Artist, GV Art is planning a new exhibition, Nature Reserves, conceived and curated by Tom Jeffreys. The exhibition looks to examine our understanding of the natural environment, and the ways in which this is influenced by different methods of constructing meaning – across literature, science […]

28 May 2013

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The Everything and Nothing Problem

Angus H Braithwaite, Olivier Castel, Beth Collar, Chloe Cooper, Mary Hurrell, Rebecca Lennon, Louisa Martin, Francesco Pedraglio The Everything and Nothing Problem is a unique event featuring live and ephemeral works by London-based artists. Past and present are collapsed, subjectivities displaced, and site, body and object are transformed in an evening of works which incorporate performative language, […]

27 May 2013

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The Sound of Tea

Doors – 2:30pm, Performance – 3pmThe Forge can only accept cash on the doorIn addition to our standard concessions, the following may also purchase concession-rate tickets for this concert: Shaolin Temple UK, Meridian Society, Chinese Students and Scholars Association UK, ciai UK, GuangHaw bookshop reader club) The Sound of TeaA Performance Fusing Chinese Tea Ceremony & […]

27 May 2013

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Träume Was Geld Kaufen Kann (Dreams That Money Can Buy)

Träume Was Geld Kaufen Kann (Dreams That Money Can Buy) kicks off a season of four special events, A Forger’s Kabarett, at the WW Gallery in June and July. Join Jessica Voorsanger‘s forged imposters, including Cher and Billy Idol, in the Weimar Era Kabarett Bar for a Celebrity Life drawing session – costumes, no nudie […]

25 May 2013

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Open Garden Squares Weekend 2013

      A rare opportunity to visit the Royal College of Physicians museum and garden at the weekend. There will be tours of the RCP’s celebrated medicinal garden throughout the two days. The garden features over 1,300 plants from the history of medicine. We are also pleased to open up our Grade I listed building, offering […]

24 May 2013

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Crack in the Road LIVE #002

LAW, Phoria, PALE, Funk Ethics – Visuals by Joe Evans, Will Kendrick, Charlotte Cousins and Pauline Nadal   The second edition of CITR Live will pair four musicians with four emerging video artists. Deep, dark and brooding LAW, based in Edinburgh, will be playing along side the soon to be Central St Martin’s graduate- Pauline […]

24 May 2013

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Rowan Arts ‘ 10th Birthday

Rowan Arts 10th Birthday Special shopping event at Map Gift Shop in support of Rowan Arts To celebrate Rowan Arts’ 10th birthday and Map Gift Shop‘s 20th birthday, we’re hosting a joint day-long shopping event  – with specially extended opening hours. 20% of all purchases will go directly to help Rowan Arts buy new IT Equipment to allow us […]

23 May 2013

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The Studio Series: Chapter 2 Berta Koch

Based on the notion of community and the celebration of sharing, the performance Plug a hair and tune in community ritual will take the shape of a ritual in which the audience is invited to participate on an intimate level. For this occasion, Berta Koch will transform FoodFace into a chapel, in the middle of which will […]

23 May 2013

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Artist’s Talk: Apestraction

Damian Ortega in conversation with Volker Sommer, Luiza Teixeira de Freitas and Mark Godfrey The Freud Museum comes together with the University College London´s Gashaka Primate Project to present Apestraction – a solo exhibition of works by Mexican artist Damian Ortega. This evening artist Damian Ortega will discuss Apestraction with exhibition curator, Luiza Teixeira de […]

22 May 2013

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Alex Rich

An exhibition consisting almost entirely of fluorescent light tubes is sending viewers scurrying home to see if the light fittings in their bathrooms could be passed for six-figure artworks. At the Haunch of Venison gallery off Bond Street, light sculptures by American minimalist artist Dan Flavin are priced between £130,000 and £600,000, and most have […]

22 May 2013

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Joan Jonas in Conversation with Professor Ute Meta Bauer: Reanimation

A discussion between Joan Jonas and Professor Ute Meta Bauer. 

20 May 2013

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London Seizure: Urban Disease

Part one of a two-part Film Programme curated by Carmen Billows.

20 May 2013

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The Back of the Image

As part of Olivier Castel’s current solo exhibition at Rowing, ‘The Back of an Image’, a late night tour has been organised of the Odeon Holloway Cinema led by long-time staff member Jim Holden.

20 May 2013

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Studio Inarchive

For the second part of DRAF’s series, ‘An-artist, Unlearning’ filmmakers Silvia Maglioni and Graeme Thomson present and discuss excerpts of their films.

20 May 2013

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This is Where I Am

A monthly performance event curated by students from Goldsmiths College MA Performance Making.

16 May 2013

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Summer School: Learning to Look

Do you enjoy going to exhibitions but wish you knew more about what artists do or how art is made? When looking at art, do you say ‘I like that’ but not really know why? This art appreciation mini course provides some basic tools for looking at, understanding and enjoying art; historic and contemporary. Engaging […]

16 May 2013

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Art & Architecture: A Panel Discussion to coincide with The Tainted

A panel discussion on Art & Architecture coincides with the Gazelli Art House exhibition The Tainted: New Works by Shan Hur and Aron Demetz. The guest speakers are the industry experts Azhar Azhar, a Director at Conran & Partners and Nour Wali, the founder of Nour Wali Art Consultancy. The talk will be moderated by […]

15 May 2013

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ArtLacuna Film Festival 2013

Featured artists: Jordan Baseman | Emma Hart | Rory McClean | James Petrucci | Stuart Pound | Susan Young | Nicki Rolls + more to be announced  selected entries to the open:Fanny Albouker | Yu Araki | Kirsten Atkins | Peter Barnard | Elbourne & Barnes | Christopher Brooke | Bethe Bronson | Jayoon Choi | Jennie Cole | Tiffany Dahhan | Karen Densham | Alasdair Duncan | Tessa Garland | Karolina Glusiec | Brenda Miller | Dominic Negus | Fiona Robertson | Nicki Rolls |Edwin Rostron | Belit Sag | Elyn Stokes | Tilly Symonds | Mandy […]

14 May 2013

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Extended deadline 2013 ARTErra residency (15th June)

ARTErra is an art residency placed in the heart of Portugal in a small village. Here you can find the quietness and the resources and tools to develop you´re artistic and creating work Prepared to receive multidisciplinary projects at the same time, you´ll have not just a comfortable house but also work rooms, facilities, tools, […]

14 May 2013

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Artist Talk | Historical influences on contemporary sculpture

Exhibiting artist Aaron Demetz will be joined by industry experts for a panel-led discussion on contemporary sculpture. PANEL: Alexander Kader Senior Director and Head of the European Sculpture and Fine Art Dept. at Sotheby’s Simon StockSenior Director of the Impressionist and Modern Art Dept. at Sotheby’s and Organiser of the Beyond Limits Sculpture exhibition at Chatsworth […]