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London Illustration Fair at OXO Tower Wharf until Sunday 3 December 2017

An annual, artist-led illustration, print and graphic design fair, bringing artists and buyers together in a unique environment.

The fair offers the chance for illustration lovers to meet face to face with favourite artists and discover amazing new artwork from emerging illustrators.

There is something for every pocket from exclusive original pieces to prints and gifts for under ten pounds. 🤑

www.thelondonillustrationfair.co.uk/about-us

Location:
OXO Tower Wharf, South Bank, Barge House Street, London SE1 9PH

Times:
Thu 6pm-9pm
Fri 11am-8pm
Sat 11am-8pm
Sun 11am-6pm

Price:
From £8 book online

AACDD Presents : Jamaica 52 @ The Passage / Wednesday 6th August 2014

TIME AND PLACE:AACCD

Doors: 18:00 onwards

@ The Passage, 27a Dalston Lane, London, E8 3DF

Entry: £5 via eventbrite / on the door

www.aacdd.org

The AACDD presents Jamaica 52: an evening of art, music and ambience celebrating Jamaica’s 52nd year of independence.

Dj’s on rotation:

Dj Flight

Ellesbells

+guests

Visuals by:

Barka

100% of donations made from ticket sales will contribute directly to the AACDD’s 5th Bargehouse Festival and celebrations taking place during London Design Festival 2014 at the iconic Bargehouse, OXO Tower.

The African & African-Caribbean Design Diaspora Inititative has created its own legacy by highlighting the talents of new and emerging artists, designers and architects of African and African-Caribbean descent.

Untold Gold 2012 AACDD Bargehouse Festival @ Southbank / Saturday 22nd September 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

Open: 18.30 – 20.30

@ Bargehouse Southbank

Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH

Entry: Free

www.aacdd.org

Since its debut in September 2010 as partner of the London Design Festival, the three year African & African-Caribbean Design Diaspora programme organised by the London-based British European Design Group has brought together and exhibited more artists and designers of African and African- Caribbean origin from more countries and more creative disciplines than any other previous single initiative of this kind.

The title of this year’s AACDD Bargehouse Festival ‘Untold Gold’ places the outstandingly beautiful and original work of more than 150 artists and designers from the UK, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean within the unique backdrop and raw space of Bargehouse, London.

All five floors of the listed Bargehouse building, opposite the Oxo Tower on the Southbank – the capital’s new hub for exciting multicultural and multinational art and performance activities – will be devoted to showcasing exceptional works from creatives of African and African-Caribbean descent.Disciplines represented will include fine art, sculpture, design, graphic design, photography, multimedia and music, architecture, furniture, lighting, textiles, home furnishings, ceramics, fashion and fashion accessories, jewellery and beauty, as well as live music and other performances.

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?Choices! @ Bargehouse / Until 25th September 2011

TIME AND PLACE:

MON – SUN
11:00 – 18:00

@ Bargehouse
Oxo Tower Wharf
Bargehouse Street,
South Bank,
SE1 9PH

Entry: £FREE

www.aacdd.org

This three week long exhibition curated by the African & African-Caribbean Design Diaspora is a series of individually curated exhibitions showcasing black creative excellence in a variety of disciplines including textiles and home furnishings, furniture, lighting, tableware, interior design accessories, fashion, fashion accessories, jewellery, mixed multimedia, photography, graphic design and fine art as well as some performance and music events.

Check out Abi Wright’s This Is Me exhibition, a young graduates work focused on Mixed Ethnicity and unique individuals stories.

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