3 March 2015

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Fashion in Film: Dangerous Liaisons? Fashion Show Meets Film (Strangelove)

Strangelove: moving image festival present Dangerous Liaisons? Fashion Show Meets Film Symposium.  Film is an ever-present companion of today’s fashion show, interacting directly and indirectly, on a physical as well as conceptual level. As the fashion show –typically an intimate and exclusive industry event –is now an integral part of a brand’s global marketing campaign, what […]

3 March 2015

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Taşkafa, Stories of the Street (Strangelove)

Strangelove: moving image festival presents a screening of Andrea Luka Zimmerman’s Taşkafa and a Q&A with the director who will discuss her new work Estates: a Reverie. Taşkafa is an artist’s essay film about memory and the most necessary forms of belonging, both to a place and to history, through a search for the role played in the city […]

3 March 2015

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For the Dark: Toni Grisoni (Strangelove)

Strangelove: moving image festival is proud to present a special live event featuring a unique staging of an excerpt from Dream Home, a new screenplay by one of the UK’s most exciting screenwriters, Tony Grisoni.  An extraordinary unmissable experience for anyone beguiled by the process of filmmaking, a film without film.  Grisoni’s credits include Southcliffe, The Red […]

3 March 2015

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Behind the Scenes: a Filmmaking Workshop with Michael Bray (Strangelove)

As a part of Strangelove: moving image festival present ‘Behind the Scenes: a Filmmaking Workshop with Michael Bray’ – open to the public.  An all day workshop, directed by Michael Bray, on the realities of the creative relationships that come together in the making of a film. Watch a professional film director work witha team […]

3 March 2015

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Strangelove: moving image festival

Central Saint Martins presents Strangelove – an ambitious college wide moving image festival devised and programmed in collaboration with artist Terry Smith (workinprogress) and curator David Gryn (Artprojx). Using spaces throughout the Kings Cross campus the festival programme will include screenings, installations, talks, workshops, events and symposia to generate cross disciplinary discussions and draw attention to the […]

2 March 2015

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Documentary Film Screening: Haunted (Maskoon)

In her first feature documentary film, Haunted (Maskoon), Syrian director Liwaa Yazji explores what it means to flee a war. Yazji meets friends and people previously unknown to her at their homes. Domiciles where they live now, or where they are yet to live. Spaces that have turned into a sought-after commodity. When the bombs arrive, their first […]

2 March 2015

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Documentary Film Screening: Concerning Violence

Narrated by Lauryn Hill, this documentary film directed by Göran Hugo Olsson offers a bold and fresh visual narrative on Africa, based on newly discovered archive material covering the struggle for liberation from colonial rule in the late ‘60s and ‘70s. The film is both an archive-driven documentary covering the most daring moments in the struggle […]

2 March 2015

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East London Painting Prize 2015

Artists! Win £10,000 and a solo show at Nunnery Gallery! East London Painting Prize: offering local artists a life-changing opportunity Deadline midnight 8th March 2015 About the prize The East London Painting Prize has been created by The Legacy List and Bow Arts, with kind support from the Goldhill Family and the Zabludowicz Collection. The […]

27 February 2015

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Ruth Ewan: 10 Ventôse CCXXIII

Celebrating the French Republican Calendar’s Sanculottides (complimentary or festival days), Ruth Ewan invites guests to respond to the days – Virtue, Talent, Labour, Conviction, Honour and Revolution with an afternoon of discussion, performance and magic. Speakers and performers include Dr Sanja Perovic, senior Lecturer in French at Kings College London introducing the Sanculottides; writers and […]

26 February 2015

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Art in the 21st Century – LEGACY

Art in the 21st Century – LEGACY Something Human is delighted to present a series of free screenings from Art in the Twenty-First Century’s 2014 programme of films that examine the work and experiences of internationally known visual artists. These screenings are aimed at promoting art literacy by introducing contemporary art practices to wider audiences. […]

26 February 2015

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Zoe Williams: Standpoint Futures Residencies 2015

Zoe Williams – Standpoint Futures Residencies 2015 Screening & In Conversation with Dr Katherine Angel For this event our current Standpoint Futures resident artist Zoe Williams will present a screening of new material made during her residency. Followed by an ‘in conversation’ with historian, writer and former Wellcome Trust Fellow – Dr Katherine Angel, whose […]

25 February 2015

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Social Choreography – an Ecology of Collective Experience

Screening programme with Julie Born Schwartz, Priscila Fernandes, Adelita Husni-Bey, Rosalind Nashashibi, Katarina Zdjelar –curated by Borbála Soós and Stella Sideli Thursday, 5 March, 7 to 9pmShowing continually 6 and 7 March 2015, 2 to 6pm Julie Born SchwartzLove has no reason, 2014HD video I 18’19’’ Rosalind NashashibiLovely Young People (Beautiful Supple Bodies), 201216mm film transferred […]

24 February 2015

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CALL FOR ENTRIES – Spring Salon at Candid Arts Trust

++++ CALL FOR ARTISTS ++++ SPRING SALON Exhibition open: Mon-Sun 3rd – 26th April from 12-6pm Preview nights (6-9pm):Thu 2nd AprilThu 16th April First Floor Gallery / Free admission Candid Arts is inviting artists to submit work for sale in a salon style exhibition. To be held for 2×2 weeks with 2 preview nights! Artists can […]

19 February 2015

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ART TOUR 15

A visit of a range galleries including: Hales Gallery, Studio 1.1, Seventeen, Flowers, Carl Freedman Gallery, Charlie Smith and ending with a curators’ talk at Standpoint Gallery with Annabel Tilley and Rosalind Davis.

17 February 2015

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The Lost and Found Art Tour

Do you want more art and culture in your life? Let artist Chairman Kato show you the way. Artist, musician and creative teacher Chairman Kato is back with his first art tour of 2015. His monthly events are for anyone who wants to experience more art in their lives. Kato personally selects interesting and current […]

16 February 2015

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Sunday Screenings No. 03 – Dance in Film

We are please to announce the third event of Sunday Screenings – Artist Film Nights at Cara Cosmic Coffee. Sunday, 22nd February 2015, at 5:00pm. Free Entry. The Basement of Cara Cosmic Coffee 237, Kilburn High Road   Screening No.3 Dance in Film For our third event we take a look at four different takes […]

13 February 2015

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Screening: Turibulum Game Plan

Screening of artist’s films on the occasion of the exhibition TURIBULUM GAME PLAN Starts at 20:30 Thomas YeomansClaire ShallcrossMary HurrellPascale Berthier-RonaldJulie Born SchwartzEmanuel RossettiViktor Timofeev & Chris KingMathis Gasser

12 February 2015

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GOOD PRACTICES at EXPO 2015: Culture, Food, Landscape

xpo Milano 2015 is coming. How does it work? What are the issues and the expected results? These are the themes of the presentation – curated by Claudia Zanfi – which will highlight the best practices of the 2015 Milan Universal Exposition.   On this occasion aMAZElab will present GREEN ISLAND 2015. Urban Hives, a […]

5 February 2015

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Design for Dance 2015

Design for Dance is back for 2015, displaying the creativity and innovation of emerging dancers, choreographers and designers from across London. Students from Central Saint Martins’ BA (Hons) Performance Design & Practice course collaborate with student choreographers from London Studio Centre, Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, and the Central School of Ballet. With a lineage dating back […]

4 February 2015

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Machine Stitch Markmaking

Join accomplished textile artist Naseem Darbey for this 2-day creative masterclass exploring innovative ways of developing and celebrating drawing and markmaking through the medium of free-hand machine embroidery. On the first day you will build up a portfolio of drawing techniques, including drawing directly with the machine onto a variety of surfaces. Then, on the […]

3 February 2015

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Portrait Drawing: Form & Tone Workshop with Daniel Shadbolt

The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize is delighted to announce that during the 2015 exhibition at the Mall Galleries they will be hosting a series of events. The exhibition will also be hosting life classes again Portrait Drawing: Form and Tone Workshop with Daniel ShadboltFriday 20 February, 12-2pm Drawing materials are provided free of charge Drawing workshops are […]

3 February 2015

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Life Drawing: Form & Line Workshop

The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize is delighted to announce that during the 2015 exhibition at the Mall Galleries they will be hosting a series of events. Life Drawing: Form and Line Workshop with Jeanette BarnesTuesday 17 February, 12-2pm Drawing materials are provided free of charge Drawing workshops are free to attend, booking is essential.  To book, please […]

3 February 2015

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Discussion: Being an Artist in the Digital Age

The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize is delighted to announce that during the 2015 exhibition at the Mall Galleries they will be hosting a series of events. For the first time, the exhibition will be hosting a discussion panel for artists entitled Being an Artist in the Digital Age on Monday 16 February at 2pm, supported by Artspan.co.uk.  The aim of this […]

3 February 2015

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Ron English x artrepublic at Boxpark

One of the most prolific and recognisable artists alive today, New York-based painter, designer and street artist Ron English this week launches a limited edition print – Camo Deer in Autumn – in collaboration with leading online art destination artrepublic.com. In an edition of just 75, Camo Deer will be available online from artrepublic.com and at their pop-up […]

3 February 2015

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Tragedy of Landscape | Collector’s Evening + Artist’s Tour

Antlers Gallery and Griffin Gallery will co-host a collector focused evening at Griffin Gallery’s West London space to celebrate the Antlers curated exhibition The Tragedy of Landscape. Join us at the gallery to hear direct from the artists in an informal exhibition tour, sample locally distilled gins courtesy of Two Birds Gin and hear an […]

3 February 2015

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Artist talk by Chu Enoki: “Scrap Heap Hero”

Chu Enoki is a seminal figure in Japanese contemporary art renowned for his varied artistic practice, ranging from avant-garde public performances through to controversial and compelling sculptural works. Enoki’s first notable works were events he staged, including his 1977 pioneering performance and long-term project Going to Hungary with HANGARI, a piece reacting to the societal upheavals in Japan […]

30 January 2015

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Sunday Screenings No. 02

Screening No.2 Everybody says it’s all in your Head After our successful launch in January, we are excited to show you two gems of young art & filmmaking at our second screening. Clare Bottomley’s new film “Everybody says it’s all in your Head”, and Michael Angelov’s short documentary “The Pig Star”. Both films confront us […]

29 January 2015

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Culture Now: Charles Verey: Dom Sylvester

Biographer Charles Verey and curator Nicola Simpson discuss the influence of the Benedictine monk, scholar and concrete poet Dom Sylvester Houédard, exploring his rich contribution to the culture of the 1960s.

28 January 2015

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Thursday lunchtime talks

Get a different perspective and insight into our collections and exhibitions with talks given by contributors from a range of disciplines and backgrounds

28 January 2015

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Art for Lunch: Edgar Degas and Berthe Morisot: A Friendship in Art

January’s talk is titled ‘Edgar Degas and Berthe Morisot: A Friendship in Art’ and will be given by Pete Evans.Starting with Degas’ drawing of his brother René and Berthe Morisot’s pastel of Isabelle, both on display, we will look at the parallel, and connected lives of two the most important Impressionist artists.

28 January 2015

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Secret Art Prize 2015

Now in its second year, Curious Duke Gallery are proud to announce the return of the Secret Art Prize for 2015. Curious Duke Gallery, famed for their championing of surreal and urban art by artists in the early stages of their career and beyond, seek to support new talents and present them to a wider […]

28 January 2015

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Evening Lecture: Lynda Morris – ‘No Subject Matter: Painting how you see’

Lynda Morris, Professor of Curation and Art History at NUA will discuss the differences between the exhibition she curated John Wonnacott & John Lessore: The Life Room and the City at Norwich Castle Museum and NUA Gallery to celebrate the 170th anniversary of NUA’s founding in 1845, and Reality: Modern and Contemporary British Painting.  By exploring the relationship between painting […]