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Edifeye House: Get Some @ Boxpark / Sunday 13th October 2013


From: 12:00-18:00

@ Boxpark, 2-4 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6GY

Free entry


Edifeye are showcasing live acts and DJs in a season of events which started 29th September and finishes 27th October. Their Hoxton FM show will be hosted right in Boxpark.

This Sunday Get Some are talking about their fourth anniversary.

Remaining events:
Sundays 13th, 20th, 27th October 2013

Deer Brains
Push & Run
DEEK with Laura Groves live
Get Some
Loose Synths
The Buttery Store
Tight Knit Music
Beach London
5 Easy Pieces
Creative Debuts

Making Tracks @ Rich Mix / Wednesday 30th May 2012


Doors: 19:30
Films: 20:00

@ Rich Mix
35 – 47 Bethnal Green Road,
E1 6LA

Entry: £8 adv / £10 door.
Book online at richmix.org.uk


Making Tracks is a groundbreaking event fusing up-and-coming short films with new scores written and performed by The Cabinet of Living Cinema. Join the filmmakers as they hear their new scores for the first time and see cutting-edge film in a totally unique context.

Future Map 11 @ Zabludowicz Collection / Until 5th February 2012


Doors: 12 – 6pm
(Thursday – Sunday or by appointment)

@ Zabludowicz Collection
176 Prince of Wales Road
London, NW5 3PT
Tube: Chalk Farm

Entry: £Free


Future Map is an annual survey show exhibiting the best cutting edge talent from the graduating year at University of the Arts London. Future Map 11 exhibitors are selected from nearly 10,000 of the University’s graduating students from across all six colleges by a panel of leading industry experts. More than 30 artists are featured across photography, textiles, sculpture, jewellery design, fine art, industrial design, illustration, ceramics, fashion and communications.

Now in its 14th year, Future Map has a well-earned reputation amongst industry insiders for showcasing the next generation of artists and designers who will define our visual landscape.

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Stööki – O B S C U R A – Collection Preview @ Jaguar Shoes / Thursday 24th November 2011


Doors: 6pm -11pm

@ Jaguar Shoes
32-36 Kingsland Rd
London, E2 8DA

Entry: £FREE


The good folks at Stööki are throwing a party to launch their up new collection. This will be a chilled evening hosted in the basement of Dream Bags, courtesy of the Jaguar Shoes collective.

Obscura is a minimal symbology collection presented through the theme of light. The 3 elements showcased visually represent collaboration, interactivity and vision. These are fundamental to our process and a manifesto to which The Stööki Craft Makers stand by.

This collection has a combination of jewellery pieces and apparel that will compliment your look and allows you to style however you please.

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“All You’ll Ever Need” by David Shillinglaw @ East Gallery / Until 4th September 2011


Doors: 10am – 7pm daily.

East Gallery
214 Brick Lane
London, E1 6SA

Entry: £Free


David Shillinglaw has a new show at the East Gallery on Brick Lane. Brought to you by Cement Gallery, the new show will include a mix of new and familiar works on canvas, paper and a whole host of other objects.

Fresh from a month long residency in Cape Town and just back after spreading the love in New York. David is full of creative energy – which can only fuel his new works.

The video below is a short preview of some work in progress in his studio alongside commentary from David.

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McBess: The Folding Knife @ The Book Club / Until 18th September 2011


Doors: 8am – 12am Daily

The Book Club
100 Leonard Street
London, EC2A 4RH

Entry: Free


Highly regarded French illustrator, McBess (aka Matthieu Bessudo) will be exhibiting previously unseen canvas work, prints and 3D objects at The Book Club. His fascinatingly intricate work provides snapshots of his own experiences and is a contemplative diary of illustrative creations. The Folding Knife contemplates both current and childhood memories from which the title of the exhibition was born. A folding knife was a childhood keepsake of Matthieu’s and also reflects the detailed nature of his work.

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Added Weight, How Identity Fights Transcience @ Frameless Gallery / Thursday 27th July 2011


Mon – Fri: 11:00 – 19:00
Sat – Sun: 11:00 – 17:00

@ Frameless Gallery
20 Clerkenwell Green,

Entry: £Free


Celebrating the centennial of International Women’s Day, Newertown’s first photography-only exhibition brings together work by five young female artists from across the world.
Added Weight is a visual exploration of how
identity shapes existence and—in turn—how existence feeds back into identity. The series on display directly address the nature of this relationship, with a particular focus on women, and the implications through subject and context, that it entails. Visually, it is a discourse on the value of such identifiers and an experiment on how they communicate with their audience.

Curated by: Juan Carlos Farah
Artists: Andrea Foti (USA)
Daniela Muttini (Peru)
Eda Aksoy (Turkey)
Michelle Perić (Argentina)
Samar Hazboun (Palestine)

As essential as the visual, is the performative, and from 28 July to 1 August, the space will come to life daily with Darkbloom Theatre’s production Scented. Six female playwrights were asked to write for three female actors with no further boundaries placed upon them. Scented is the result—a cycle of confessions from women who are disarmingly direct and charmingly honest. Not so much about being a woman, but about being human.

Performances: Thursday 28 July, 19.30
Friday 29 July, 14.30 and 19.30
Saturday 30 July, 19.30
Sunday 31 July, 14.30
Monday 1 August, 19.30

Foto8 Summershow @ Host Gallery / Until 12th August 2011


Mon-Fri 10am – 6pm
Sat 11am – 4pm

@ Host Gallery
1-5 Honduras Street
London, EC1Y 0TH

Entry: £Free


With no set theme photographers are invited to submit recent work, of any subject, style or genre, which engages or challenges the viewer, either to convey stories, raise questions or provoke feeling. Above all, Foto8 encourage free expression and brings you new and creative approaches that explore the realm of story-telling.

Now in its fourth year, the Summershow continues its trajectory as a consistently record-breaking event: 1000 entrants from around the globe contributed to a final count of 2,853 images to create London’s premiere salon de photographie. The successful images hang floor to ceiling in HOST Gallery for a month this summer, giving you the audience the opportunity to pick your personal favourite, which in turn may stand a chance of winning the coveted People’s Choice award – and an Olympus PEN E-P2 camera to boot.

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Typo Factory – Private View @ The Rag Factory / Thursday 7th July 2011


Doors: 6pm – 10pm

@ The Rag Factory
16-18 Heneage Street
London, E1 5LJ
Tube: Aldgate East


Typo Factory is a show by a graphic design collective consisting of second year BA Graphic & Media Design: Typo/Graphic students from the London College of Communication. Entirely produced and designed by them, it is an opportunity to see young creatives embracing a multitude of thoughtful outcomes.

Have a look at their work HERE. And with interactive workshops you can type, construct, bind and take home your own unique zine!

Since its renovation, The Rag Factory has hosted exhibitions and degree shows by students from prestigious institutions including UCA Rochester, Central St Martin’s, UEL, Slade, Goldsmiths, Guildford and Westminster University.

Open to the public: Fri 8 – Sat 9 July 2011, 10am – 8pm

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D&AD New Blood Festival @ Old Truman Brewery / Monday 4th July 2011


Doors: 10am – 6.30pm

@ Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane
London, E1 6Q

Entry: £Free


New Blood is the leading creative graduate exhibition, designed to showcase the best emerging talent from the D&AD University Network. It introduces them to the leading creatives in the advertising industry and is an opportunity for anyone with an interest in creativity to network, gain inspiration and view the stars of tomorrow.

Alongside the exhibition, is the New Blood Festival. Now in it’s second year, it’s a buzzing series of free workshops, screenings, tours and talks hosted by some of the most exciting organisations in the area. Click the link below to have a look at the festival schedule.

Festival Day Five – Monday 4 July

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