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3 October 2016

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ICA Live Plus Live Bar

ICA Live is a week-long programme of events encompassing dance, film, discussion, performance and music to coincide with Frieze London. Celebrating its ongoing programme of experimental arts, the week includes talks by James Richards, Sanya Kantarovsky, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, The Sharjah Art Foundation and specially-curated performances from Andrew Kerton, PAN and Mårten Spångberg.  In addition, a new exhibition launches in the ICA Fox Reading […]

27 July 2016

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Edinburgh Art Festival 2016

Founded in 2004, Edinburgh Art Festival is the UK’s largest annual festival of visual art. It brings together the capital’s leading galleries, museums and artist-run spaces, alongside new public art commissions by established and emerging artists and an innovative programme of special events. The vast majority of the festival is free to attend.

26 July 2016

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Hackney Wick & Fish Island DIY Open Studios

Your annual chance to explore the labyrinth of artist studios and creative spaces with over 100 participants in 20 buildings around Hackney Wick.  Studios confirmed to take part include: Mother Studios, Space (Britannia Works, Bridget Riley, White Building, Eastway Studio), See Studio, Stour Space, arebyte/ARBEIT, Lionworks, Wallis Rd/ Cell/ Liquid Studios, 92 White Post Lane, DEN-City1 , Vittoria Wharf, Fish Island Labs/ Swan Wharf, Grow Hackney.

18 July 2016

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DRAW TO PERFORM3 – Drawing Performance Festival

DRAW TO PERFORM3 – a two day international festival of live drawing performance features artists from the UK and around the world at Draw to Perform’s third annual symposium on Saturday & Sunday, 30-31 July 10am-10pm at the Crows Nest Gallery, near Portobello Market, London. Draw to Perform is an international community for drawing performance, which is […]

30 June 2016

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Art Night: ICA Off-site

Art Night is a new annual contemporary arts festival that transforms London for one night on 2 July 2016. From Admiralty Arch to a disused Jubilee Line platform in Charing Cross Underground station, a range of buildings and public spaces across Westminster will form the stage for a series of art installations and performances, for […]

24 June 2016

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ENGAGE! with Art at South Hill Park

ENGAGE! with Art at South Hill Park ia a unique art event which will occupy South Hill Park’s Grade II Listed Georgian Manor and surrounding parkland on the weekend of the 2nd and 3rd of July. Appealing to young and old; inspiring and thought provoking; we’ll guide you along a trail of sculptures and art installations. […]

31 May 2016

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Camberwell Arts Open Studios 2016

CamberwellArts Open Studios will take place on the final weekend of the 22nd Camberwell Arts festival (17-19th June) Up to 100 artists will be opening their studios to the public over 10 locations in SE5. http://www.camberwellarts.org.uk/summer-2016/

31 May 2016

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Made in Camberwell 2016

First event in this year’s Camberwell Arts Festival 2016 . Full of locally produced handmade art and design – savvy shoppers will be able to purchase unique gifts, homewares and jewellery sold directly by the artists and makers. Expect a fun, bustling atmosphere with music and entertainment to help launch the 2016 Camberwell Arts Festival. […]

23 May 2016

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Camberwell Open House 2016

Camberwell College of Arts invites you to come and see our Summer Shows and take part in free art and design workshops for all ages at our annual Open House event. This year, Open House is bigger and better than ever before, and will take place at Camberwell College of Arts’ two sites: Wilson Road and Peckham Road. Workshops […]

9 May 2016

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Politicising Tourism in Palestine

We often think of tourism as a separate realm from politics. This event seeks to disrupt this perception with a screening of Leila Sansour’s documentary Open Bethlehem, which tells the story of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a novel and insightful way by focusing on the famous city of Bethlehem, where many residents depend on the tourist […]

4 May 2016

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DocHouse Presents: NO LAND’S SONG

The Islamic revolution of 1979 banned female singers from appearing in public in Iran, stopping them from performing solo, unless to an exclusively female audience. Determined to fight back against the cruel ban, Sara Najafi plans an evening of Iranian and French female soloists to rebuild shattered cultural bridges. For two-and-a-half years, director Ayat Najafi […]

4 April 2016

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Space and Memory in the War-Torn City

This special event features eight short films exploring people’s relationships with cities in the Arab world that are being altered and destroyed by conflict. Through the films, we enter the physical and mental landscape of the city, along with the shifting social relationships that accompany such urban transformations. Often the city is a character in […]