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Jul 04, 2017 10:30 AM

Masterpiece London has established itself as one of the leading international events for viewing and buying the finest works of art, from antiquity to the present day. Launched in 2010, it has a unique focus on cross-collecting, heritage and style, tradition and the contemporary. In 2016, the fair attracted a record number of 40,000 visitors. Join us to explore a range of exhibitors’ stands, including Adrien Sassoon, Alan Wheatley Fine Art, Dickinson, Fine Art Society, Rupert Wace Antiquities and Piano Nobile, to hear each dealer give a personal introduction to their highlights. Includes Fair admission and magazine. Please note that attendees will need to stand during much of the tour. Image by kind permission of Masterpiece London. 

Jun 30, 2017 5:00 PM

Talk by Dr Bernard VereSotehby's Institute of Art Twice a year, London’s major auction houses hold sales of Impressionism and Modern art. Available to view in the days leading up to the auction, the sales include works by some of the great artists of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, providing an opportunity for the public to view major paintings that they might never have a chance to see again. This talk, by Dr Bernard Vere, Programme Director of Sotheby’s Institute of Art’s MA in Fine and Decorative Art and Design, looks at the results of the most recent sales that took place earlier this month. Speakers bioDr Bernard Vere - Programme Director, MA Fine and Decorative Art and Design, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, PhD, London Consortium (University of London); MRes, London Consortium; MA, University of Nottingham; BA, University of East Anglia Bernard Vere specializes in art from the late-19th to mid-20th century. His work explores the connection between technological advances and the rise of the metropolis in modernist art, particularly in its implications for the individual subject. Recent research has concentrated on the relationship of popular culture to art and architecture in the first half of the 20th century and he is the author of Sport and Modernism in the Visual Arts in Europe, 1909-1939, to be published by Manchester University Press in 2018. Vere’s work has featured in a number journals and art magazines, including Art History, the online British Art Studies, Visual Culture in Britain, and Contemporary. He is an elected member of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) and has sat on the Executive Steering Committee of the British Association of Modernist Studies. He has been a speaker at Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Victoria and Albert Museum, and the University of Oxford, as well as presenting research at numerous conferences and galleries. He previously taught at Birkbeck College (University of London), London Metropolitan University, and Tate. This event is part of Bedford Square Festival, for the full list of events please visit www.bedfordsquarefestival.co.uk

Jun 30, 2017 6:30 PM

OCEANIC x LONDON, Friday 30th June On Friday 30th June Oceanic Global and Advaya Initiative are coming together for an exciting collaboration in anticipation of Oceanic x Ibiza, on 20th July.  We are taking over a beautiful space in Covent Garden for a dynamic evening exploring Ocean Conservation and Creativity, with a panel discussion and Q&A including key figures from the worlds of Ocean Conservation and Activism, live music from Will Heard and Catty Pearson and a DJ set by Pablo V. Panelists include Lea d'Auriol (Oceanic Founder), David Jones (Plastic Oceans Foundation), David Saddington (Climate Change Communicator), Laura Bridgeman (wearesonar.org) and Rory Moore (Blue Marine Foundation). Throughout the evening there will also be an open Loft Lounge and screening room, where we are showing seminal Oceans documentaries including The End of the Line and Plastic Oceans. See below for bios, more info, and schedule. Address will be confirmed after buying a ticket. We hope to see you there! SCHEDULE Oak Room6.30pm Door open & arrivals6.30pm Live Music: Catty Pearson7.00pm Panel Discussion & Q&A on Oceans Conservation & Creativity8.00pm Panel Ends8.30pm Live Music: Will Heard 9.45pm DJ Set: Pablo V12.00pm Event Ends Loft Lounge8.10pm Film Screenings start in the Loft Lounge8.10pm Plastic Oceans 9.50pm The End of The Line BIOS Lea D'Auriol, Oceanic GlobalLea is the founder of Oceanic, a non-profit that taps into universal passions of art, music and emerge tech to educate individuals on issues impacting our oceans and provide them with solutions for driving positive change. Lea has extensive experience conceptualizing, and producing high level events in Asia, Europe and the United States. With a robust professional background in Experiential Marketing and Special Events, she has worked alongside top executives at leading luxury brands including: Ferrari North America, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Maserati North America, Jet Aviation, Hublot and Chanel. Oceanic Global is a non-profit that taps into universal passions of art, music and emerging tech to educate individuals on issues impacting our oceans and provide them with solutions for driving positive change. David Saddington, Climate Change Communicator, Scientist and EnviropreneurInfluencing UK & international policy, fronting a pioneering climate media campaign that reached over 3 million people and giving a TEDx talk at London's O2 arena are just a few of David Saddington's achievements as a climate change activist since experiencing a stark introduction to the impacts of climate change as a thirteen year old. ​As a climate change communicator David works to raise the profile of the issue through blogging for media outlets like the Huffington Post, writing book contributions and organising innovative large scale public awareness events in the centre of UK cities involving outdoor cinema, interactive science experiments and panel debates. He is constantly looking for new and innovative ways to engage the public and is currently exploring using Virtual Reality technology to tell the story of climate change. After leading education reforms to get climate change on school curricula David has pursued his own academic work studying climate science and a broad range of climate impacts from the environmental to economic, security & health implications. Now at 24 David continues to be a contemporary voice and advocate for climate change action, speaking to a range of audiences around the world - from United Nations Conferences to MTV. David speaks about the opportunities and challenges from tackling climate change from his experience consulting on the implementation of carbon and energy policies and on sustainability initiatives with multinational corporations. He always seeks out innovation and ways to re-energise the conversation around this global challenge. @EnvironmentDave Laura Bridgeman, Sonar Laura's career in environmental and animal activism is driven by life-long questions regarding humanity's fraught relationship with "nature". Her current work focusses on the ethics of using other-than-human animals, anti-captivity issues and Marine Protected Area advocacy. She is director of Sonar, a think-tank, advocacy and research organization that explores human relations with the more-than-human world. Currently based in San Francisco, she has met and worked with wild dolphins, witnessed the notorious dolphin killing cove in Taiji, Japan and has presented her work at numerous universities and institutions around the world, including the United Nations in Geneva. Her writing has appeared in the Ecologist, the Dodo and other publications and she is a contributor at the Huffington Post and the Earth Island Journal. David Jones, Plastic Oceans Foundation David is a technical and media diving specialist, and a professional underwater photographer. He joined Plastic Oceans in 2010 and is a font of knowledge on ocean plastic issues. He advises on many aspects of plastic pollution as well as business solutions and sustainability. Plastic Oceans Foundation engages people of all ages, in all social situations, to understand the danger of continuing to perceive plastic to be disposable. Once they become aware of the ultimate threat to human health, it will become a personal choice to prevent plastic waste from entering the environment. We plan to tackle this issue, initially through an awareness campaign by the release of the documentary feature film, A Plastic Ocean. They will continue to spread the message of the film and promote solutions through 3 key Pillars, Education, Business and Sustainability and Science across the globe. Rory Moore, Blue Marine FoundationRory studied marine biology and coastal ecology at the University of Plymouth, focussing on marine pollution and tropical marine ecology. He went on to design and manage marine conservation projects, internationally. After ten years in the field, laboratory and classroom, he returned to London as BLUE’s project manager. Rory’s expertise includes Marine Protected Area planning, species conservation, marine pollution (including oil/gas industry), fisheries management, and aquaculture. His underwater photography has been published internationally. The Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) is working to solve the crisis in the oceans through providing innovative solutions to overfishing and enabling the creation of marine reserves. Although BLUE is a small NGO, it punches above its weight, having achieved a tremendous amount for the oceans in a short time. In 2014 BLUE won NGO of the Year in the PEA (People Environment Achievement) Awards in recognition that it was ‘getting results where they matter most’. In 2015 BLUE won four PEA Awards as part of the GB Oceans Coalition including ‘Overall Champion’. Advaya InitiativeAdvaya Initiative is a wellbeing and sustainability platform created by Ruby and Christabel Reed, two sisters intent on inspiring activism for healthier, more environmentally aware and globally considerate lifestyles. They produce regular, dynamic, multi-faceted events and materials of inspirational content for an engaged, active and discerning audience. They invite groundbreaking speakers, thinkers and writers, as well as the world’s best healers, teachers and spiritual practitioners, to share their knowledge and perspective. They then collaborate with extraordinary venues, designers and chefs to curate an inspirational setting, whether this is beneath the stars and an ancient Mulberry Tree in the English countryside, a wild villa retreat in Corsica, or a light-flooded, vaulted Victorian school building in London. Event formats vary from workshops, talks and supper-clubs, to screenings, festivals, retreats, ceremonies and pilgrimages. Each event promotes clarity of mind, purity of action and a deeper connection to the Self, alongside educational content and communal action, transforming our understanding of the world, and most significantly, the way we interact with our surroundings.

Jun 29, 2017 8:30 AM

Come and discuss work opportunities face-to-face with main contractors and public sector buyers. If you're interested in talking to top buyers about upcoming work opportunities, this event is for you. Constructionline would like to invite you to our regional London Meet the Buyer event, which is being hosted at The Hive, a state-of-the-art Centre for both football and fitness. This event gives you the chance to talk to some of London's leading main contractors and public sector authorities to hear about upcoming work contracts in the area. This event is open to members and non-members of Constructionline. Confirmed exhibitors: Barhale Bouygues Bibby Factors Ltd THSP Risk Management AST (London) Ltd Acclaim Plastic Surgeon  Fortem Department for International Trade Bolt and Heeks SERVICEMASTER LTD NHS London Procurement Partnership  Westminster City Council Sanctuary Housing Association Smart Home Projects Ltd City of London Corporation THE LEWIS & GRAVES PARTNERSHIP LTD Logan Construction (SE) Ltd Gee Construction TrAC HYDRO CLEANSING LIMITED AMA Waste Management TRIPLE STAR FIRE & SECURITY LIMITED Kier Construction -  London Viewpoint Construction Software Farrans PiLON Hill PSTG Logistics Limited Cibes Lift UK Limited Lambeth Council 

Oct 05, 2017 6:30 PM

Come along and network with your peers at The Phoenix, conveniently located near to Victoria station.  Industries represented at previous networking events range from PR, Finance, to Law, and Creative Arts. 

Jun 27, 2017 6:30 PM

London LASER 22 Tuesday 27 June 2017 6.30 - 9.00pm (registration from 6pm) University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2UW The event is free but please RSVP:   London LASER explores the relationship between biology and design. Professor and designer Carole Collet introduces key themes and concerns within current biodesign practice, followed by presentations from students and lecturers from three London arts universities who have participated in the Biodesign Challenge, from Central Saint Martins, University of Westminster and the Royal College of Art.   Carole Collet is a Professor and Director of the Design & Living Systems Lab at Central Saint Martins. Her research focuses on exploring the intersection of biology and design to develop speculative and disruptive sustainable design proposals. Collet operates within a long-term framework and her research targets the year 2050 and beyond. By anticipating future key socio-economic factors and technological timelines, she aims at impacting today’s design directions so as to enable a more resilient and sustainable future. Collet’s ambition is to elevate the status of design to become a powerful tool that contributes to developing innovative paths to achieve the ‘one planet lifestyle’. Biodesign Challenge offers art and design students the opportunity to envision future applications of biotechnology in a competition highlighting innovation and interdisciplinary exploration. 24 international colleges have worked with biologists and designers to inspire and support creative responses to pertinent themes affecting our futures. In June 2017 selected projects are invited to New York City to present their designs to members of the academic, industrial, and design communities at the Biodesign Summit. http://biodesignchallenge.org/ Teams of students from MA Material Futures and MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins have collaborated on projects exploring Biodesign and the Anthropocene. As evidence of the impact of human activities on geological forces increases, there is now a growing argument that we need to acknowledge the beginning of a new epoch. Climate change, deep pollution, ocean acidification, the sixth mass extinction of species are all issues resulting from our activities, having a profound impact on our future lives. Students explored how the intersection of design and biology could lead to new models, services or experiences that could help reduce our impact on the planet. University of Westminster worked with multi-disciplinary undergraduate students enrolled on a cross-university elective Art/Science Collaboration module. This year the module team was excited to join the Biodesign Challenge as it offered students an amazing opportunity to tackle new challenges. Experimental projects include the design of underwear that changes colour in response to STDs and a new 3D printing material produced from hair and vegetable waste. The Royal College of Art took food as a central focus, engaging students from across design, fashion, information experience, architecture and visual communication to work with scientists from Imperial College. Food was selected for its blurred borders between disciplines and fields, with food supply chains combining science, technology and culture. Participants interacted with the biological, physical and computer sciences to help understand the practicalities and innovations of the food supply chain, whilst contextualising cultural and economic factors. Students were encouraged to conceive of methods of collaboration between scientific, anthropological and design disciplines to produce a sustainable food future that supports the whole ecosystem we live in.   Image: Quantworm Mine, by Liv Bargman and Nina Cutler, Central Saint Martins (University of the Arts London)

Jul 05, 2017 9:30 AM

How do academics talk to Black and minority-ethnic (BME) communities? How can BME-led arts, cultural, heritage and community organisations make more mutually productive collaborations with Universities?   DESCRIPTON There is a `common cause’ to be forged between Arts and Humanities academics seeking to pluralise and deepen their accounts of the world and their collaborations with BME artists, organisations and communities. Common Cause is a programme which seeks to map, understand and improve these collaborations. What makes such projects and working relationships work well or fail? What are the benefits and challenges to both parties? And what would enable more BME artists and BME-led organisations to access the rich research and development resources of their local, regional and national Universities? The Runnymede Trust, as part of Common Cause (run by Bristol University through its Connected Communities Programme) are hosting a one-day workshop which seeks to lead a discussion on how to make such collaborations much more co-productive. This all-day event will provide an open space for talking through (often difficult) experiences, concerns and risks as well as articulating the rich potential of such collaborations. In addition to Bristol University and the Runnymede Trust, Common Cause partners are Xtend (UK) Ltd, Liverpool University, University of Nottingham’s Centre for Race & Rights, Professor Charles Forsdick from Translating Cultures AHRC programme, the Arts Council and other community partners such as Voice4Change and Takethespace. This session will be facilitated by David Bryan from Xtend (UK) Ltd, Dr Karen Salt from Centre for Race & Rights and Dr Omar Khan from the Runnymede Trust. PARTICIPANTS This is an open call for participants, but you are especially encouraged to attend if you are a BME artist, writer, scholar, community worker, activist or educator. If you have lead or set up any arts or community-based projects, or attempted to do so. Have sought or experienced a collaborative project with a University or other academic institution or work in Further/Higher Education. Or, perhaps you are an academic yourself, perhaps with some experience of local arts and community-based indivduals and organisations. BURSARIES FOR PARTICIPATION Runnymede are able to offer a small number of travel and subsistence bursaries for participation, which will be given on a combined needs/first-come-first served basis. Please email your interest and request to [email protected] with "Bursaries" in the subject line. FUTHER INFORMATION: Email: [email protected] Website: www.commoncauseresearch.com   BIOGRAPHIES DAVID BRYAN  is a management consultant and the Director of Xtend (UK) Ltd with over twenty-five years’ experience of organisational development, management development and equality training in the voluntary and public sector. In addition, he has a long history of working in the arts, for instance, training Arts Council staff to implement change in relation to equality and diversity. He is currently a member of the National Council for Arts Council (England) and Chair of Working With Men. DR KAREN SALT  has worked on issues of race and power for twenty years. During that time, she has led community-based research projects, run non-profits (at the regional and international level) and engaged in sustained involvement in initiatives around racial equality and social justice. A leading theorist on race, she has been involved in a range of UK-wide initiatives and projects aimed at increasing the presence of BME researchers and the participation of BME communities in the research landscape. DR OMAR KHAN   is Director of the Runnymede Trust, the UK’s race equality research and policy think-tank. He has lead research, written reports and spoken on topics such as financial inclusion for BME communities, multiculturalism, integration, socio-economic disadvantage and positive action for nearly twenty years. His latest report Minority Report: Race and Class in Post-Brexit Britain can be read here: http://www.runnymedetrust.org/uploads/publications/pdfs/Race%20and%20Class%20Post-Brexit%20Perspectives%20report%20v5.pdf    

Aug 18, 2017 6:30 PM

Hoxton Mini Press, the renowned East London publisher, joins iN-Public’s Nick Turpin and Observe Collective’s Jason Reed to create an unrivalled gathering in the world’s capital of street photography.  Come join us in East London at the gorgeous D&AD offices just off of Brick Lane.  FAQs What do I get for the Early Bird price? What is the standard ticket price and what is the difference between tickets? Ticket prices are tiered based on timing (just as airline tickets are). We have tiered the tickets on 3 levels to encourage people to plan ahead. The earlier you sign up, the better the price. All tickets will all provide access to the full weekend of events. The Really Early Bird ticket is considerably cheaper than the main ticket as recompense for your trust in us to make this a truly fantastic event. The Really Early Bird tickets will run out after the first 50 tickets are sold. The rate rewards people who take a risk and commit with confidence that we will deliver an engaging event over the weekend without needing to know all the details in advance. The second Early Bird 50 tickets sold will be at £125; and the last 50 tickets will be full Standard price tickets at £150 inc VAT.  Where will the event take place? We have partnered with D&AD who have brand new offices just off of Brick Lane in East London. You'll have a chance to wander this popular street and surrounding area with its diverse cultures, grafitti, independent shops, and wide variety of street food market stalls. There's a great buzz for street shooting and Sundays are the most popular day so never a dull moment day or night. The building has been architecturally designed inside with stunning multifunctional spaces and facilities. D&AD is a well-known non-profit design association inspiring the next generation of creative talent and stimulating the creative industry to work towards a fairer more sustainable future.  What is the schedule? We will have a welcome evening drinks on the Friday evening to meet everyone and register. A small group will join Dougie Wallace on a night walk photoshoot. Please note you must be registered for the weekend event to take part in the Night Shoot with Dougie. The weekend will include a series of talks with a list of renowned speakers, panel discussions, and competition with a party on Saturday night. Beigels (bagels to the Americans) breakfast will start the mornings off. Is this anything do to with the London Street Photography Symposium from last year? Yes, this is a continuation of last year's event founded originally by Jason Reed and rebrand led by Hoxton Mini Press. Jason Reed and Nick Turpin are co-Creative Directors ensuring a rewarding schedule of speakers and activities. Who is Hoxton Mini Press? They are small indie arts publisher dedicated to London contemporary photography. They have a small, award-winning team working with great photographers (including Dougie Wallace, Nick Turpin, Zed Nelson, David Campany and writer Sophie Howarth (of 'Street Photography Now') and have a special interest in urban street photography. Is this anything do with the London Street Photography Festival that is happening a week later in 2017? No, this is an entirely separate event. Even though this ran last year successfully with a full crowd, the LSP festival was set up without our knowledge when we had already laid the ground work for this one. We hope that is sucessful and that people can go to both. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please write to Kristen on [email protected] Will tickets include food and drink? We expect we will include a welcome drink on Friday and a relaxed meal on Saturday evening. East London has a vibrant street food scene that we'd like everyone to experience but we'd also like to keep everyone together!   What's the refund policy? We are reasonable but also have to plan in advance for our venue and other costs. Feel free to transfer tickets to other street photographers if you can't make it but let us know in advance. If you cancel before 18 July, 2017 we'll refund your money in full but any later makes things difficult. Between 19 July and 3 August, 50% refund and afterwards no refund will be issued. In the event of changes to the event beyond our control (ie a speaker cancelling for personal reasons), we cannot issue refunds but will do our best to ensure that the quality of the the line up and presentations are not compromised. We recommend that everyone has their own suitable travel insurance. 

Jul 01, 2017 2:00 PM

Gin is a spirit forever synonymous with the Big Smoke. Like tea & biscuits, bacon & eggs, Holmes & Watson. These two go together like the best of them. Gin has walked a long and winding road with London. From the days of despair during the gin craze to the wonderment of the modern gin renaissance you can’t keep these two apart, and well, why would you? The Gin Journey Bermondsey visits the likes of Jensen's and VICTORY Gin, two state of the art distilleries that make incredible gins. You'll visit hidden bars in one of London's coolest boroughs and discover gin's connection with the area and London as a whole. The Gin Journey Bermondsey begins at 14:00 and finish at 18:30. Food is available on every tour but not provided. You are informed of your meeting point and Gin Guardian a week before the event. The tour includes 5 samples of gin, 5 cocktails, in 5 amazing venues a chauffeured drive from bar to bar, a distillery tour and a ridiculous amount of fun.

Jul 08, 2017 2:00 PM

Gin is a spirit forever synonymous with the Big Smoke. Like tea & biscuits, bacon & eggs, Holmes & Watson. These two go together like the best of them. Gin has walked a long and winding road with London. From the days of despair during the gin craze to the wonderment of the modern gin renaissance you can’t keep these two apart, and well, why would you? The Gin Journey Bermondsey visits the likes of Jensen's and VICTORY Gin, two state of the art distilleries that make incredible gins. You'll visit hidden bars in one of London's coolest boroughs and discover gin's connection with the area and London as a whole. The Gin Journey Bermondsey begins at 14:00 and finish at 18:30. Food is available on every tour but not provided. You are informed of your meeting point and Gin Guardian a week before the event. The tour includes 5 samples of gin, 5 cocktails, in 5 amazing venues a chauffeured drive from bar to bar, a distillery tour and a ridiculous amount of fun.

Jul 15, 2017 2:00 PM

Gin is a spirit forever synonymous with the Big Smoke. Like tea & biscuits, bacon & eggs, Holmes & Watson. These two go together like the best of them. Gin has walked a long and winding road with London. From the days of despair during the gin craze to the wonderment of the modern gin renaissance you can’t keep these two apart, and well, why would you? The Gin Journey Bermondsey visits the likes of Jensen's and VICTORY Gin, two state of the art distilleries that make incredible gins. You'll visit hidden bars in one of London's coolest boroughs and discover gin's connection with the area and London as a whole. The Gin Journey Bermondsey begins at 14:00 and finish at 18:30. Food is available on every tour but not provided. You are informed of your meeting point and Gin Guardian a week before the event. The tour includes 5 samples of gin, 5 cocktails, in 5 amazing venues a chauffeured drive from bar to bar, a distillery tour and a ridiculous amount of fun.

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