Womenswear designer Emile Carr (TB-26) is taking part in ONLINE:OFFLINE Pop-up on Saturday 14 October 2017 at 22 Hanbury Street, Shoreditch, London E1 6QR. ONLINE:OFFLINE is providing twenty selected businesses with an affordable way of taking their online business offline and setting up shop on a busy High Street in Shoreditch. The experience aims to help the selected businesses meet their online customers offline, attract new customers and ultimately help them to generate more income. For more information on HHLUK go to www.hhll.co.uk
Caroline Hands (7-101) is participating in TRIBE#17 Festival taking place at OXO Bargehouse, London SE1 9GY (12-15 October 2017). Full details here: www.chrom-art.org/tribe17
'Ye Olde Maritime Christmas Market' is taking place at Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich from 25 November-4 December 2017 and they are looking for stallholders. They are offering discounted rates for Greenwich market traders and retailers (those trading at the markets or located within the borough). Based on a ten day period prices are: 1.5 x 1.5m (shared stall): £120+ per day and 3 x 3m: £200+ per day. This cost includes electricity (standard 13a/240v) and 24/7 security. Saturday 25 November, 12-6pm, Monday-Sunday, 11am-8pm Full information on the website here.
To book your space, simply complete Ye Olde Maritime Christmas Market - Booking form.pdf
To discuss any aspect of the event programme, contact Peter Green at firstname.lastname@example.org
With thanks to Stu MacKay (2-02).
Rachel Ara (TB-05) is part of TECHnique talk at the V&A on 24 September 2017 from 12-1.30pm. Why do some artists stick with traditional techniques, while others use digital? At TECHnique, Rachel Ara, Nick Rothwell and Shelley James, three artists from different fields, will tell their stories, explain their choices and the lessons that they have learned. Together, they will explore the impact that technology is having on the arts. This event is part of the V&A's Digital Design Weekend, bringing together artists, designers, engineers, technologists and the public to celebrate and share contemporary digital art and design. It is also a part of the London Design Festival, celebrating contemporary digital art and design. The talk is free to attend but booking is essential. Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
Sebastian Pintea (7-220) is running a free computer aided design workshop in the Education Space (Unit 2) this Saturday 12 August, 2pm.
This is an opportunity to learn some basic computer aided design tools to use in your creative practice and understand how to send off models to be 3-D printed.
Please Subscribe at sebastianpintea.com/courses to attend. You will need to bring your own laptop with the demo of Rhino and T-Splines pre-installed. Further information will be supplied following subscription.
Gerri Grogan (7-115) exhibits small paintings in Brunel Museum's cafe gallery in Rotherhithe from 7 August - 30 September. Open daily 10am - 5pm. Private View: Sunday 10 September 2017, 6-8.30pm, all welcome.
Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue, Rotherhithe, London SE16 4LF. Open Daily 10am-5pm. More information here: brunel-museum.org.uk
Laura Hudson (TB-267) is participating in INTERACT, a group show by CULTIVATE at Coate Studios. Preview: Thursday 15 June, 6pm onwards. All welcome.
Coate Studios, 37 Coate Street, Hackney, London, E2 9AG (just off the Hackney Road by the Sebright Arms). coatestudios.com
Cynthia Cruz (TB-118) co-curated the exhibition Domain of Sensible Knowledge opening Wednesday 10 May at ASC Gallery, The Chaplin Centre, Taplow House, Thurlow Street, London SE17 2DG. The exhibition runs until 6 June. More info on the exhibition here ascstudios.co.uk
Susan Eyre (4-24) is participating in Laboratory Of Dark Matters taking place at Guest Projects, 1 Andrews Road, London E8 4QL from 6-29 April 2017.
For details of all events and times go to www.laboratoryofdarkmatters.com
Jennifer Farmer (5-223) has a performance as part of America Dreaming taking place at the Royal Academy on Saturday 22 April 2017.
"Urban dustbowls and Emerald City dreams. Cotton pickers tend a suffocating Mother Earth. White roses carrying white Harlem heels”. In a series of performance provocations to be sketched, Art Macabre and live artist Jennifer Farmer throw down the pitchfork and centre the marginalised narratives of the American landscape. Grab a pencil and let the tableaux inspire your drawings and ignite your imagination."
For more information click here
Tall Ships Regatta takes place this weekend 13-16 April 2017.
We expect the site to be busy with people making the most of our great vantage point.
For more information go to www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/tallships2017
Jenny Wiggins (TW-17) solo exhibition opens next week from 2-13 May 2017. Paul McPherson Gallery, 77 Lassell Street, London SE10 9PJ. www.paulmcgallery.com
Sebastian Cox (TB-08) has bags of scrap hardwood for sale as firewood at £3 per bag.
Feel free to knock on their studio door.
The Arts Café is hosting its first Open Mic Night on Friday 7 April 2017 from 19.00-23.00. Poets, musicians, comedians, and any others with an intense urge to showcase a talent in front of a microphone are welcome! Sign up to perform at email@example.com Any performers will receive 30% off food. Entry is free for performers and studio holders at Thames-side Studios, or £3 pounds per person. Facebook event page here
Diana Savostaite (5-318) is exhibiting paintings and pastel drawings at Artfix, 51 Powis Street, Woolwich SE18 6HZ until Saturday 1 April 2017.
For more information go to www.artfix.org.uk/events/diana-savostaite
A display of recent, previously unseen and new work by Phil Ashcroft (TB-266) at Gamma/Sector25, 14 Portland Road, London SE25 4PF.
Phil Ashcroft: Milestones continues until Thursday 6 April 2017. Open daily 10am–6pm.
Nearest station Norwood Junction (1 minute walk from station, train 18 minutes from London Bridge or via London Overground).
Laura Hudson wins the Royal Watercolour Society Patron's Prize 2017
Congratulations to Laura Hudson (TB-267) who won the Royal Watercolour Society (RWS) Patron's Prize 2017 in the RWS Contemporary Watercolour Competition held at Bankside Gallery, London. The exhibition continues until 15 March 2017. Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton Street, Bankside, London SE1 9JH. Further details here: www.royalwatercoloursociety.co.uk
Thames-Side Print Studio etching technician and tutor Nick Richards (0-21) has just been elected to the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers.
The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE) is one of the world’s premier printmaking organisations. All of the members of the Society are practicing professional printmakers who have been elected after a rigorous selection by a panel of their peers. From their home in Bankside Gallery on the South Bank of the Thames next to Tate Modern, they hold regular exhibitions showcasing the best in contemporary printmaking. Look out for a selection of Nick's new etchings at the London Contemporary Print Fair next month. More info soon.
Rachel Ara (TB-05) is currently exhibiting in Transgender, Gender & Psychoanalysis An Exhibition which continues until Wednesday 15 March, open 11am - 6pm (closed Wed 8 Mar - Fri 10 Mar re-opens Sat 11 March). Draper Hall, Hampton Street, London SE17 3AN. Nearest tube Elephant and Castle.
click here to download fringe exhibition flyer pdf
Painter Lee Maelzer (0-09) has a solo exhibition of works on paper, Losing up For Made Time, which opens this Friday, 17th February, 6-9pm, at LUBOMIROV \ ANGUS-HUGHES, 26 Lower Clapton Road, London E5 0PD www.lubomirov-angus-hughes.com
The first ever Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair opened on Thursday, and runs to Sunday 20 November 2016. Thames-Side Print Studio is participating, exhibiting the work of selected members. If you fancy going along, the address of the venue, and link to the fair's website is below:
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, Building 10, Major Draper Street, Royal Arsenal Riverside, London, SE18 6GD. Full information and tickets are available here: www.woolwichprintfair.com
Anne Krinsky (7-113) is in Vis-à-Vis with Adria Arch, an exhibition of paintings inspired by traditional Indian folk arts, at ARTHOUSE1 in Bermondsey from 10 November - 4 December 2016. In 2014, Adria Arch and Anne Krinsky spent a fruitful, sensory-rich month as Artists-in-Residence at the Sanskriti Foundation in Delhi. Anne has created paintings on panel and on paper inspired by Phulkari embroideries from Punjab; Adria’s paintings were made in response to Hindu shadow puppets.