This month’s highlighted show has us twitching with excitement. The mixed media, group show is being hosted by the marvelous StolenSpace gallery, featuring work from an extensive list of exciting artists.
The show, in the words of the gallery “celebrates and mourns Valentines Day” and is open from 10th February through to the 4th March.
Kai & Sunny
Word To Mother
Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane
London E1 6QL
Tuesday – Sunday
11:00am – 7:00pm
Monday 16th January, today is supposedly the most depressing day of the year…
But fear not, the wonderful people over at The Church of London have been busy creating a free newspaper aptly titled ‘The Good Times’. The edition is filled with people and organisations who are brightening up the troubled times we live in. Covering everything from politics, technology, sport, art and the environment to name but a few.
The paper is being distributed today around London and tonight The Church of London crew are heading down to The White Horse in Hoxton to show this day exactly what they think of it. Everyone is free to join in the fun.
Hopefully see some of you down there!!!
The Good Times online edition can be found here.
Here’s a list of the London stockists.
The White Horse
153 Hoxton Street,
N1 6PJ London
The Literary Platform is hosting an international competition inviting creatives to produce an animation that illustrates a rare and prophetic audio recording of Douglas Adams talking in 1993 about the Evolution of the Book.
Stephen Fry, Bob Stein (SocialBook, Inc), Ranjit Dhaliwal (The Guardian)
and Merlin Nation / Chris Angelkov (Atyp).
Closing date for entries is April 15th, so if you think you have what it takes hop over here to check out the brief.
Why not lift those January blues with a trip down to Kemistry Gallery which is playing host to a quartet of extremely talented British illustrators.
The show ‘Cut & Run’ will feature original paintings, sculptures and limited-edition prints from the likes of Matthew Dent, Jack Teagle, Matthew Bromley and Ryan Chapman. The show will explore each artists take on adventure, hunting, afterlife, happiness and beyond.
The show is running from 5th January through to 28th January and entry is free of charge.
Be sure to take a look and brighten up those bleak January evenings.
The Ohio duo Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are packing their instruments up and jetting over here for a UK tour and are due to play three nights at Alexandra Palace. Starting on Thursday February 9th and playing through to Saturday 11th, they will be supported by the awesome Band of Skulls.
It’s not for a while yet… but the Thursday and Friday have already SOLD OUT so you would be wise to get tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.