On the occasion of the release of Rock n Roll Consciousness, Moore will doing an exclusive album launch party and concert with his Group at Red Gallery/Kamio, on Friday, April 28th — a special opportunity to explore Moore's latest work live, intimately and immediately.
Accompanying this essential album launch and concert will be an exhibition with works by Moore and others. The Red Gallery have given the legendary American musician carte blanche to assemble a selection of drawings and collages to be shown to the public between 20-28th April.
Private viewing available: Wednesday, April 19th.
Live competitive painting – YOU DECIDE THE WINNER.
The third installment of this cult event gathering pace in London. Drawing Theatre provided by London Drawing- Creative Life Drawing, music, cabaret and fun.
Looking into Senegalese Eyes - Photography exhibition Maria.Tomas-Rodriguez
A trip through the deepest and most isolated areas of the country reveals the simple yet beautiful way of living of the Senegalese people.
An event, which includes photography, films, writings, live music, Dj’s, oral history and workshops.
Celebrate the social and cultural movements that have arisen in the East End of London with particular attention to the night-time economy from the late 70s onwards.
Asking the question - what is the relevance of past events to today and how do we experience our surroundings?
PV Launch Date – Wednesday 3th May entry strictly by invitation only
Exhibition open to the public from Thursday 4th – Weds 14th of May 2017
La Bouche Zine: Gentrify This: have a drink n make a zine
London-based news n art Zine ' La Bouche', will host interactive stall / work shop where participants will be invited to make their own zine and/or contribute pages to a special 'promised lands' zine.
Print is power is a project based around the medium of Print. The first workshop project entitled Reclamation Nation was launched at Hackney WickED in 2013.
This workshop will aim to give visitors and participators of the exhibition an opportunity to respond to the exhibition and to communicate and raise issues for debate. Individuals will get a chance to create their own protest slogans, which will then be transformed into paper cut stencils that will be screen printed by them or by us during the workshop.