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LFF Connects (London Film Festival) @ various venues / from 5th until 16th October 2016 ?

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: various

@ BFI Southbank, Chelsea Cinema, Picturehouse Central, ICA and IMAX

Tickets: book online

www.bfi.org.uk/lff

These ground-breaking, thought-provoking and spectacular talks and events will showcase talent and stimulate new collaborations and ideas between filmmakers and creative leaders.

LFF Connects: Creative Technologies Friday 7th October
Featuring Dennis Muren (special effects including Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), David Vickery and Kevin Jenkins from Industrial Light & Magic. Book tickets.

LFF Connects: TV Thursday 6th October
Featuring Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones (creators of Black Mirror) and Joe Wright (director of the new Nosedive episode). The night also includes a special screening of new episodes! Book tickets.

LFF Connects: Games Tuesday 11th October
Featuring David Cage (games writer and director including Nomad Soul) alongside Jonathan Ross talking about the artistry of games and collaborating with musicians such as David Bowie and Hans Zimmer. Book tickets.

LFF Connects: Art/Immersive Film Thursday 13th October
Featuring Lynette Wallworth (filmmaker including Collisions). Book tickets.

LFF Connects: Music/Performance Saturday 8th October
Featuring Liam Young electronic producer and Forest Swords (audio-visual In the Robot Skies premier, the first sci-fi film shot through autonomous drones). Takashi Maximo and Simon Fisher Turner (present The Picture From Darkness ‘musicfilmdream’). Book tickets.

DJ Yoda premier of DJ Yoda Goes To The Arcades: A History of Gaming, expect a mashup of your favourite retro games and beats! Book tickets.

East London Design Show @ Old Truman Brewery / until Sunday 7th December 2014

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Friday noon-21:00
Saturday 10:00-18:00
Sunday 10:00-18:00

@ The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

Tickets:
£5 on the door

www.eastlondondesignshow.co.uk

Over one hundred of the best independent product, interior and jewellery designers, all under one roof, just before Christmas.

A major annual event in the London’s design shopping calendar, go and experience a hugely refreshing alternative Christmas shopping experience to the humdrum conformity of the high street.

The ELDS Food Hall features the best in local, national and international foods to gift or let’s face it, treat yourself.

Friday Late: Tottenham Takeover @ Victoria and Albert Museum / Friday 28th March 2014

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 18:30–22:00 (arrive before 18:30 to avoid long queues)

@ Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2RL

Free entry

www.vam.ac.uk

Tottenham in North London earned an unwelcome reputation as the place where the rioting that swept England in August 2011 began. Since then, and led by its vibrant music scene, Tottenham’s creative community has come to the fore.

The fourth in a series of Friday Lates that invite London’s creative communities to take over the Museum for an evening, presenting a range of music, art, design, architecture and more.

All events are free and places are designated on a first come first served basis.

Featuring:
Theo Void presents Tottenham DJ Consortium
Tottenham Throne Room
Tottenham Community Choir (TCC)
Canalology
Tottenham style: resistance, power and pride
The Tottenham Pocket Map
The HAGA Photo Project
Tottenham World Film Club (TWFC)
Do Well and Doubt Not
PencilPushers Plus
Informal Occupations
The Turnpike Art Group (TAG)
SoundFjord presents: we stand under an open sky
Tottenham Social Archives

Converse Chuck Hack Sessions @ Hoxton Gallery / Thursday 21st until Sunday 24th November 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: various

@ Hoxton Gallery, 9 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AA

Free to take part RSVP

www.plus.google.com/communities

Converse and Google+ are hosting a series of workshops called ‘Chuckhacks.

The challenge: take a Chuck Taylor sneaker and create something awesome. The rules: there are no rules. Which one is your favorite?

London Design Festival @ various venues / from Saturday 14th September until Sunday 22nd September 2013

TIME AND PLACE:

From: various times

@ Various locations

www.londondesignfestival.com

The London Design Festival is an annual event, held to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world, and as the gateway to the international creative community.

It was conceived by Sir John Sorrell and Ben Evans. Building on London’s existing design activity, their concept was to create an annual event that would promote the city’s creativity, drawing in the country’s greatest thinkers, practitioners, retailers and educators to a deliver an unmissable celebration of design.

The programme is made up of over 300 events across the city. For more information visit their website.

Wildside @ The Vyner Studio / Thursday 15th Auugust

TIME AND PALCE:

THURSDAY 18:30 – 21:30
FRI/SAT/SUN 10:00 – 18:00

@ The Vyner Studio
1 Vyner Street,
London,
E2 9DG

Entry: £FREE

www.vynerstudio.co.uk

Wildeside is a mixed media exhibition with London’s top emerging artists and creative proffesionals.

The exhibition will showcase work from London based Photographers, Designers and Illustrators. Opening night will be held on Thursday the 15th of August from 6:30pm-9:30pm, featuring local musician Yann Dulché. The exhibition will run from Friday 16th through Sunday 18th of August, opening at 10am until 6pm daily and is open for public viewing.

There will be art drinks and great music

FEATURED ARTISTS:
Erin Bacchi
Ashely Bloom
Dilshad Corleone
Candie Lee
Peter Neill
Nicholas Stevenson
Jonathan Clifford
Jack Ngo
Ashvath Talwar
Bryony Sammons
Matt Davey
Kasia Talar
Grace Arnott-Hayes
Steve Ambrose
Paul McKay

MUSIC BY
Yann Dulché

Magpie @ BrickBox / Thursday 23rd – 25th August 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

Thursday 23rd August 8pm – 12am.
Friday 24th Saturdays 25h August 8pm – 2am.

@ BrickBox
354 Coldharbour Lane
Brixton,
SW9 8QH

Thursday Entry: £3
Friday/Saturday Entry: £5

www.thebrickbox.co.uk

Magpie are setting down in Brixton, no its not a crew of birds that have landed, its a collection or artistic treasures part of the BrickBox festival.

On offer are:

– Musical trinkets from The London City Reggae Choir
– Artistic treasures provided by David Nevin
– A series of poetic trifles

Artworks from:
David Nevin, Aerial Sparks and Adrian Flowers.

Poetry from:
Louise Colairo, Dave Osgerby, Michele Kalish, Chris Gryce, Wendy Sullivan and Paul Little.

Live music from:
Scapegoat band, Helen McDonald from Yaaba Funk & Yul Emirali from Future Groove, Ian Smith, Dave Tucker & Adrian Northover, Amanda Shaddow, Rupert Leapman Moriarty ONuadháin and Adham Fisher.

Peformances from:
London City Reggae Choir, Eleni Savvidou and Annie Bashford

Films from:
John Hannay, Haniya Bhatty, George Dolan, Adonia Bouchehri, Amy Nickolls, Richard Cobelli, Chenchen Zhou, Jenny Gallego and David Nevin.

As well as DJ sets by:
Andy Martinez, Ben Phaze, Geoff Parker, Chris of United 80 and Emiddio.

East End Film Festival 2012 @ Various Venues / 3rd – 8th July 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: See event details

@ Various Venues
See Festival Programme HERE

www.eastendfilmfestival.com

The East End Film Festival is one of the UK’s largest film festivals. An annual multi-platform festival held in London, the EEFF presents a rich and diverse programme of international premieres, industry masterclasses, free pop-up screenings and immersive live events. The EEFF’s mission is to discover, support, and exhibit pioneering work by global and local independent filmmakers, and to introduce viewers to innovative and challenging cinematic experiences.

Industry 1 Day Pass, £30 including lunch
Industry 3 Day Pass, £70 including lunch
Book HERE

Friday 6th July: EAST MEETS EAST
– 4.00pm @ Rich Mix. Entry: FREE
This exciting project, East Meets East, paired young East End filmmakers with award winning Romanian filmmakers, including Radu Muntean, scriptwriter Alexandru Baciu, editor Catalin Cristutiu and actress Anamaria Marinca. Developed by the Romanian Cultural Institute in partnership with Four Corners, the project ran a unique series of workshops for young people from the Olympic boroughs to develop their own creative ideas through film. The resulting short films – one documentary, one drama – will be premiered at EEFF 2012 at this special event.

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Late at Tate: Stööki @ Tate Modern / Friday 1st June 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

18:00 – 22:00

@ Tate Modern
Bankside,
London,
SE1 9TG

Entry: £FREE

Tate Website
www.stooki.co.uk

Feeling creative want to vent that energy somewhere? Go to Late at Tate and get involved with a whole bunch of different workshops, discussions or musical performances. A totally free night of creative vibes.

Join the Stööki gang to create a mask with materials from around the globe that have influenced British art and Fashion.
Get there early as they tend to be hot in demand.

Opening Night: SuperPopMagicShow @ Red Bull Studios / Until Wednesday 30th May 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

18:30 – Late

@ Red Bull Studios
155-171 Tooley Street,
London,
SE1 2JP

Entry:£FREE
RSVP: zerocool@zerocoolgallery.com

www.zerocoolgallery.com
Redbull Studios

Zero Cool Gallery are showcasing the opening of their summer spectacular ‘SUPERPOPMAGICSHOW!’at Red Bull Studios London, featuring a whole host of Technicolor kids raised on a diet of TV and Popping Candy. Presenting a collection of Subversive Pop treats for all you lovely people.

However it doesn’t stop at the opening night as Zero Cool have teamed up with Red Bull Curates to spread a little ‘SUPERPOPMAGIC!’ around London by bringing artists from the exhibition into venues across the capital. Red Bull Curates collaborates with artists and venues giving them a platform to showcase their work and turning traditional venues into a creative environment. Artists have been teamed with a venue and given two days to create a bespoke piece in each space which will be a permanent feature.

 The exhibition at Red Bull Studios will feature new original works from Copyright (UK), Ben Frost (AUS), INSA (UK), Andrew McAttee (UK), BeiBadgirl (AUS), Numskull (AUS), Cranio (BRA), Bridge Stehli (AUS), Gemma Compton (UK), Jon Drypnz (NZ) and Hayden Kays (UK)

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