"Offret" – An Art Intervention on the London Riots

“Offret” is an urban intervention project in one of London’s areas that were hotbeds of unrest in August 2011, Clapham Junction. The community-driven project will be part of the Exchange Radical Moments! Live Art Festival, taking place simultaneously in selected European cities on the 11/11/11. The action will consist of an outdoor artistic intervention: a live video projection on a building that ...[Read More]

A Musical Celebration from A Stage Kindly

In just three years, which independent theatre company has presented the UK premiere of no less than seven new musicals, and presented music from over fifty international new musicals in a series of acclaimed new-writing revues, by scores of writers from countries in three continents? Only one theatre company can boast such impressive achievements in its first three years, and with several excitin ...[Read More]

Deivis Slavinskas: Textures of the Collective Unconscious

21 June – 15 July 2011 The Gallery at Willesden Green Centre, 95 High Road, Willesden, London NW10 2SF, UK Maria Robertson reviews Deivis Slavinskas’s solo exhibition The solo exhibition ‘Textures of the Collective Unconscious’ by Deivis Slavinskas is not a passive experience. It is a call to explore, to revel and respond with dreams and imaginings. Each painting has a uniq ...[Read More]


BLAST! 2010 FUNDRAISING INITIATIVE FOR NORTH LANDS CREATIVE GLASS A very special feature of the Cohesion Glass Network’s exhibition, BLAST! 2010 at ZeST Gallery is an exciting fundraising event created as a tribute to Dan Klein, the UKʼs pre-eminent glass advocate, writer and collector. Adam Aaronsonʼs glass studio, adjacent to ZeST Gallery, has made a glass bowl for each of the artists participat ...[Read More]

Secret Boulevard – a scandalous new play

‘Secret Boulevard’ is a brand new play on the London Fringe, telling the tale of a scandalous gay love affair between two male movie stars in 1940s Hollywood. Synopsis: Hollywood 1949. In an era of stifling movie production restraints and stars kept under oppressive control by their bosses, innocent young actor Patrick Glass feels the full force of the studios’ brute career-destroying ...[Read More]

Artist Talk by Rachel Elliot

Artist Talk @ Zest Gallery Rachel Elliott Tuesday 5th October, 6.30 – 7.30pm As part of BLAST! 2010 Rachel will be giving a talk about her love of clear glass and the making process’ she uses to create her wonderful cast pieces. Spaces for the talk are limited so please RSVP to

Conversation on Making: Lavinia Greenlaw & Cornelia Parker

Friday 1 October 7 – 8.30pm Tickets £5, no booking fee Call 020 7091 9650 to book To continue with last year’s series of Conversations on Making, Siobhan Davies Studios welcomes Lavinia Greenlaw and Cornelia Parker to the building to talk about how they make their work. Siobhan Davies asks ‘What kind of constructions, limitations or questions do you put in place in order to begin and sustain a cre ...[Read More]

Artist Talk by Helen Slater

Artist Talk @ Zest Gallery Wednesday 15th September, 6.30 – 7.30pm Helen Slater Helen will be giving a talk about the inspirations and making process behind the work she is exhibiting during BLAST! 2010. Spaces for the talk are limited so please RSVP to or call on 020 7610 1900

Hackney Wickipedia Art Exhibition

Gadjee Collective Presents “Hackney Wickipedia” The Gadjee Collective is a group of up and coming artists based mostly in London, but who hail from many different nations, including France, Canada, Germany, Poland and Britain. Their creative backgrounds are varied, but many of the… artists study at internationally renowned Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. The coll ...[Read More]

60l40 Starting Point Series 2010

A textile artist, a furniture maker and a potter are the latest artists to showcase new work at Siobhan Davies Studios this summer.Linda Florence, David Gates and Chris Keenan are creating work which explores the relationship between the Studios’ activities and their own practice. This is the second in the Starting point series at Siobhan Davies Studios, devised by 60|40, a crafts collective which ...[Read More]

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