International Art Events London (IAE_London) proudly present LONDON LOVE ART international contemporary art exhibition of paintings, sculpture, digital art and photography by 14 artists from 8 countries at 508 Gallery in Chelsea on 8 - 20 March 2019.
LONDON LOVE ART show celebrates International Women’s Day and the arrival of spring as well as economic, social, cultural and political achievements of women around the world.
LONDON LOVE ART Opening Night is on Friday, 8 March from 6:30pm till 9:00pm.
The endless kaleidoscope of styles and colour nuances will stimulate the eye and senses of a visitor. Participating artists include not only women, since both men and women can honour women through their art: Alice Gur-Arie, Andrei Balašov, Ann Palme, Anne-Iris Caillette, Anne-Marie Paris-Leroy, Carmen Mogos, Christiane BRUA, Gabriela Oravova, Luisa Jacobacci, Marizeth Baumgarten, Roger de Tanios, Sara Abou Mrad, Teodora Dumitrache and Viggo Carlsen. Artists come from Belgium, Estonia, France, Italy, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.
View LONDON LOVE ART exhibition art works Slideshow.
The exhibition is rich in colours and shapes, in various techniques, and represents a beautiful collection with a variety of concepts melting together into an exciting celebration of femininity and new beginnings. Artists are well-known in their own countries and many of their works can be found in private art collections around the world.Art lovers and art collectors should not miss this spring show. We hope you’ll enjoy it!
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 10:00am – 6:00pm, Sunday – closed.
Venue: 508 Gallery, 508 King's Road, Chelsea, London SW10 0LD.
Public Relations: Eugenie Absalom
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LONDON - LOVE - ART
8th - 20th March 2019
8th March, 6.30 - 8.30 pm
Curated by international Art Events London (IAE)
London - Love - Art an exhibition celebrating the coming of spring and honouring International Women’s Day (IWD). Every 8th of March marks a celebration of the economic, social, cultural and political achievements for women around the world.
This exhibition aims to celebrate women regardless of race, religion and nationality. 15 artists, from 9 countries including Belgium, Estonia, France, Italy, Morocco, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland and UK, will be exhibiting. A variety of artworks will be on display such as painting, digital art and sculpture.
All artists aim to honour this important day through their unique styles, techniques and conceptual ideas which, as a whole, merge together to create a collaborative exhibition full of colour and passion.
Join us at the V&A museum for our next Fellows Roundtable!Chair - Dr Tristram Hunt, Director of the V&A
For this exclusive free event for our Fellows (FCCT/FCoT), we'll be discussing why we need young people to be inspired by the arts, how can we overcome the barriers and how best to engage young people in the arts through education.
Chairing the discussion will be Dr Tristram Hunt, who will be sharing his thoughts on what role museums and galleries can play.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please get in touch by emailing [email protected]
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, a registration sheet will be used on the day.
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
No. should you wish to give up your ticket, please contact [email protected]
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
No. To be fair with others who may wish to attend, the ticket must match the person attending.
A unique opportunity to learn under Christie's auction house artist Oksana Leadbitter, and her New Arts Club.
Tailored to your schedule, this boutique course is 36+ hours of figurative and landscape painting that suits anyone from beginners to more accomplished painters. No experience needed!
All art materials are supplied, including paints, brushes, aprons, easels and more. All you need to do is bring yourself, and a desire to learn and meet new people.
Oksana will guide you through a series of art styles and techniques, offering frequent demonstrations and support.
You will not need to attend every class. The course works on a by-hour basis, meaning that it works with your schedule and the hours you have left.
Come and join us every Thursday at the recreational rooms of the beautiful St Sofia church in Bayswater.
Available time slots:
10:00 - 12:00 - Adult class
12:00 - 15:00 - Children's class
19:00 - 22:00 - Adult evening class
Feel free to pop in and say hello.
For more information, email: [email protected]
The organisers reserve the right to cancel any of the events, should unforseen circumstances arise, resulting in the refund of any canceled remaining classes.
Join us for the North London Arts Award Network Event and TeachMeet, a partnership event from Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning and the Local Area Arts Award Network from A New Direction
Arrival at 16.15 for a 16.30 start
This free session is best for teachers across all key stages and arts-disciplines or other subject teachers who are looking to integrate arts into their classrooms but open to schools, organisations and practitioners working across North East London and beyond.
We invite teachers and educators to join us in a conversation about the role of technology in the classroom and the challenges and opportunities these advances offer and the impact of the Arts Award in the curriculum. From decreasing attention spans to the potential for increased connectivity, we would like to hear about how you have used to technology and/or Arts Award to enhance and support the curriculum, and the impact that the ever changing technological landscape has on the students you teach.
The event will include fun and informal presentations, an engaging practical session as well as a drink reception. All teachers attending this TeachMeet and Arts Award Network event are invited to take up a complimentary ticket offer from the Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning team to an event on the same day. Register for the event to confirm your ticket and attendance.
This event will be run in partnership between Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning and the North East London Arts Award Network run by A Little Learning commissioned by A New Direction.
Arts Award is a nationally recognised qualification for children and young people aged 5 – 25 offering five different levels: Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold. Encouraging involvement across the arts, Arts Award gives young people the opportunity to explore, enjoy and benefit from their local arts opportunities and creates links to creative organisations and professionals.
This event is funded by A New Direction and kindly hosted by Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning.
We're back with our February instalment and we've cooked up a 'Multifaceted' storm for you!
Join us to hear from a magnificent mixture of creative worlds including experiential, visual identity & film.
Our pals Microsoft Surface will also be joining us and they've got a tasty brief for you to tuck into.
We’ll be at usual hot spot - The Trampery - so grab your ticks while you can, they won't be around for long!
See you then,Glug London
Creature London - Stu Outhwaite-Noel
Stu is the Chief Creative Officer of Creature a gloriously independent ad agency he set up in 2011 with Ben and Dan. Before this he spent eight years learning the ropes at Mother. He's just about worked out what he's doing and only recently got comfortable writing in the third person.
Bompas & Parr - Sam Bompas
Sam Bompas is co-founder of Bompas & Parr, a globally recognised leading expert in multi-sensory experience design. Over the years, they have produced many immersive experiences, most of them involving food, flavour and a multi-sensory wow factor. When it comes to design ethos, it’s about layering on creative at every touchpoint of the interaction, making guests feel like part of the overall journey and always trying to surprise, delight and enchant them. They collaborated with such brands as Diageo, Cargill, Disney, Louis Vuitton, Unilever, Vodafone, Kraft Foods, Perrier Jouet.
Turner Duckworth - Christian Eager
Christian spent the first 7 years of his career at Turner Duckworth, working on both branded and own label packaging for global brands. It was this experience that established his love for designing for consumer brands. He then went on to co-found Designers Anonymous where he worked with numerous startups, as well as established brands, strengthening their position in the market using strategically creative design. In addition Designers Anonymous he also developed a house range of design-lead products from greeting cards to homewares, sold by a variety of retailers including Harrods, Selfridges, The Design Museum and MoMA. Christian left Designers Anonymous in 2015 to return to Turner Duckworth as a Creative Director.
Boita Bag Co. - Adam Boita
Adam started his career out at PlayStation working with Disney, Sega and Sony Japan. He launched PlayStation 3, PSP and PlayStation Network before moving to Pernod Ricard where he headed up marketing for Absolut Vodka. As well as working on brand such as Havana Club, Jameson, Malibu and Monkey 47 Gin he launched ABSOLUT London with Jamie Hewlett, drove campaigns with a purpose around the LGBTQ+ community as well as sustainability which not only inspired him to launch his side hustle of Boita Bag Co. an eco-conscious bag brand it also steered him in the direction of the National Citizen Service where he is now Director of Brand Marketing empowering 16-17 years olds to have a voice on issues of social mobility, social cohesion and citizenship.
Glimpse - Zac Schwarz and James Turner
Zac and James Co-Founded Glimpse with a group of friends who wanted to try something different. Instead of criticising what’s going wrong, they wanted to imagine a world where these problems had been elegantly solved. Many of them are from creative backgrounds and wondered if they could use their existing skills to show a glimpse of something else, something better.
The pair will be talking about one of their most recent projects 'Rosine’s Hot Chocolate Salon'. To mark the start of Fairtrade Fortnight, Glimpse and the Fairtrade Foundation set to unveil the world’s first secret hot chocolate salon, hidden inside an unassuming East London newsagent. Within the magazine racks and behind the countless snacks, inquisitive chocolate lovers will be invited to press a secret button that will see a hidden door open and transport them to a West-African themed speakeasy-style cafe. The Salon is named after a real cocoa and aims to tell the true story behind our favourite chocolate bars and why cocoa farmers, deserve a fair living income. Three hot chocolates will be on the menu - created by leading celebrity chefs, Melissa Hemsley, Tess Ward and Tom Hunt.
Cocktail Masterclass + Free Drink
Overview of Deets.
Date: Thursday 28 February 2019Time: 6.30 – 10.00pmVenue: The Trampery Old StreetNearest tube: Old Street or Shoreditch High Street Station
We want to thank our lovely partners who all help us deliver our events in London and around the world. Big up to the best people around:
Microsoft Surface — Drop in and show off your skills on Surface.
Getty Images — Come and meet the Getty Images team!
Easle — Are you a freelance Glugger? Get involved with Easle, they're revamping creative hiring!Ugly DrinksThe DrumComputer Arts BIMAAwesome MerchandiseCact.usThe Wow CompanyIf your company wants to get involved with Glug too, get in touch with Charlotte at [email protected] and we'll give you more information on what opportunities we've got in store for you.
[Please note that a refund is only available if the event is cancelled. It's OK to sell/give away tickets without notifying us in advance.]
WiDS London 2019
After the huge success of the inaugural conference last year, Women in Data Science (WiDS) London is back for the 2nd time!
WiDS London is a one-day technical conference to celebrate women in Data Science.
This year it takes place on Wednesday March 6th, and is generously hosted by Skyscanner. We will invite female speakers for a day of novel ideas, inspirational talks and hands-on workshop sessions!
One kind reminder - please register only if you can make it to the event, and remember to free up your space in case you are no longer able to attend.
09h00-10h00: Arrival & check-in
10h00-10h10: Welcome and Opening Remarks
10h10-10h35: Meghana Thotakuri (DeepMind) - Large scale applications of AI and their impact and problems
10h35-11h00: Habiba Marium (Institute of Physics) - Deprived areas in UK and Republic of Ireland and Womens studying STEM subjects
11h00-14h00: Mia Polovina - NLP Workshop with break for lunch
14h30-14h55: Nathalie Skrzypek (Photobox) - Recommender Systems 101
15h00-15h25: Maddie Parra (Skyscanner) - Running an ML-Based Startup
15h30-15h55: Barbara Fusinska (Google) - NLP with Deep Learning and TensorFlow
16h00-16h25: Tatia Engelmore (Skyscanner) - Speeding up flight search results at Skyscanner
16h30-16h55: Rebecca Fiebrink (Univ. of London, Goldsmiths) - Unconventional uses of data science in creative practice
16h55-17h00: Closing Remarks
17h00-19h00: Networking with canapes and drinks
What is WiDS?
The one-day technical conference, known as "WiDS” was launched in November 2015 with three main goals:
To educate all participants—regardless of gender—about the latest research and state-of-the-art technologies, challenges, and future trends
To inspire students about exciting areas of research and application in data science, women role models, and the plethora of opportunities in the field
To support women in the field of data science—whether as practitioners in industry or researchers and educators in academia—helping them to gain exposure for their work, increase networking connections, and further their efforts in the field
Since the inaugural conference in 2015, WiDS has gone global with over 80 regional events worldwide from 30 countries and more than 75,000 people from 75 countries participated in 2017.
Get great feedback on your work in progress, catch the latest word on the letterform street!
TypeThursday London is a monthly gathering of design geeks. We like to think of ourselves as a type superfamily: We attract local letterform lovers hailing from all disciplines and levels of expertise. Social hours bookend the centerpiece of our event, a group critique we refer to as Type Crit..
What the font is Type Crit.‽
Briefly: It’s a critique. Of letterforms. No grades. With drinks and time to make new friends.
Verbosely: Type Crit. is a group critique of up to four in-progress projects involving letterform design and/or usage. You can get, give, or simply listen to feedback—your pick! Discussion is moderated by a TypeThursday dialogue lead—we pride ourselves in fostering a friendly forum for constructive, thoughtful advice that’ll raise the baseline on your letterform game.
QUICK LINK: Sign up to present work for feedback at Type Crit DEADLINE is March 1.
What’s the programme for the evening?
6pm - Social hour, one drink is included in your ticket.7pm - Type Crit.. Group critiques of letterform design/usage. 8pm - More mixing ’n’ mingling...during Type Crit., you'll realise there are lots of smart people in the room you still need to meet.9pm - Full stop.
What does it cost?
Tickets include one beer or soft drink & nibbles on arrival. Early Bird tickets start at £5 + booking fees, when these are sold out the price rises to £10 and £15 on the door.
We reward attendees with free entry to future events & special offers.
Sign up to our newsletter for special offers to attend TypeThursday and partner events:
Who should go?
Anyone over the age of 18 who loves letterforms. We always welcome a new (type)face.
Do I have to present?
Not at all! Some people come to network, some to learn and observe, and some to help give feedback. Your level of participation is up to you.
Why should I consider presenting at Type Crit.?
Type Crit. presenters get free admission to the event
You'll get free, friendly, fast feedback from fellow font fanatics
We shower presenters with love on our Twitter and Instagram pages
What kinds of work can I show at Type Crit.?
We accept any work involving the use or design of letterforms e.g.:
Print layouts that involve typesetting
UI designs that need hierarchical sharpening
… or make up a new genre of type-related work and blow our minds!
How do I submit work to Type Crit.?
Upload files using TypeThursday's handy online form. THE DEADLINE IS MARCH 1.
We'll display your work using a projector hooked up to a laptop. And you're welcome to bring printouts along.
I have more questions!
Email Chapter Lead Julie Strawson, [email protected]
Partners & Sponsors
TypeThursday London is proudly sponsored by:
AdobeFonts and The Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography at ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, USA
We are grateful to our kind host FedrigoniUK
See how it works:
Are there ID or minimum age requirements?
Over 18's only please. We will ask for proof of identity.
How can I contact the organiser?
Please email [email protected] with any questions.
What if I can't make it?
If you can't make it then please email us at [email protected] as we have a very limited number of places available and we would like to be able to offer your seat to someone else.
Who will be there?
You'll mingle with designers, business people and educators who want to learn more about you.
TypeThursday London is organised by a team of volunteers who all have lots of experience working with type:
Dialogue Lead: Anastasios Maragiannis, Academic Portfolio Leader, Principal Lecturer in Design, department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts, University of Greenwich.
Communications Lead, Alex Whiteley.
Design Lead: Ruggero Gualdesi , art director
Design Team Volunteers: Deborah Iaria, Connor Angell, Miltos Bottis, Anna Torres, Kayley Hill.
Type Jam Lead: Kayley Hill
Welcome Lead: Connor Angell graphic designer.
Chapter Lead: Julie Strawson, marketing specialist, founder of exonera
Event photo by Jean Luc Jawed. #TypeThursdayLON #typography #typedesign #letterforms #lettering #design #graphicdesign #meetups #networking
Laughter Yoga Colliers Wood JOHMARD COMMUNITY CENTRE
New year's resolution: laught more, be happier and enjoy life :) Laughter yoga helps to find our inner joy, release stress and make friends! All ages are welcome!! Laughter Yoga involves laughter exercises, games, improvisation, creativity, social connection, breathing yoga techniques, laughter meditation, playfulness, gibberish, dancing and much more! Don’t worry if you are shy or feeling hesitant, I can say that through out the session you will feel more open, connected and confident.Some benefits of Laughter Yogahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqR179VT8tk
Laughter lifts your mood and unblock emotions
Lowers your stress levels and boots your immune system
Makes you more resilient, giving you energy towards life ups and downs
Yoga deep breathing practice supplies oxygen to the body and it makes you feel more alert, motivated, creative and productive
Workshop FacilitatorI am certificated Laughter Yoga leader, artist, performer and art teacher. I have been working in the art and performance field for more than 8 years. And lately, I am very happy to share all my creativity and laughter skills to help everyone to improve their lives happiness and well-being.What to bringWear something you are comfy to move in and we will probably lie on the floor for a short ending mediation at some point! So, if you like bring a yoga mat for your comfort. Bring water too!For more info: https://www.colorida.co.uk/laughteryoga Don’t forget to Like the page, more events in Laughter Yoga and Arts: https://www.facebook.com/coloridauk/
!!! IMPORTANT PLEASE READ !!!Laughter Yoga is not a substitute for medical consultation for physical, mental and psychological illnesses, but is a powerful natural complementary form of healing. It is like any other aerobic exercise and may not be suitable for everyone as it involves some physical strain and a rise in intro-abdominal pressure.Some people may have pre-existing medical conditions and one should take reasonable precaution before doing laughter exercises or indeed any form of exercise.It is contraindicated for people suffering from: Any kind of hernia, Heart disease with angina pain, Persistent cough with breathlessness, Uncontrolled high blood pressure, Incontinence of urine, Epilepsy, Advanced (bleeding) piles and hemorrhoids or any bleeding tendencies in any part of the body, Severe backache, Any acute symptoms of cough, cold and fever. People who have undergone major surgery should wait at least three months before doing Laughter Yoga.If in doubt first consult a medical professional for guidance. Anyone undergoing physician-prescribed therapy that experiences improvements through laughter should seek the advice of their doctor before reducing dosage or stopping treatment.See you therePaola de Ramos HoHo HaHaHa
#laughteryogasouthlondon #laughteryogacollierswood #laughteryogawimbledon
PopUp Painting invites you to unleash your creativity – wine glass in one hand, paintbrush in the other! No experience needed.
Your event at The Horniman at Hays will be themed around Gordon Bruce's painting of London Bridge. Have fun playing with rich and saturated colours to create your own dream city!
Since 2013 our mission has been to bring art out of the classroom and gallery and into the places people meet on an every day basis. You’ll be guided step by step by a practicing artist, while you drink, paint and create your way to becoming an artist for the night!
Your experience will include:
All art supplies – including paint, brushes, apron
Guidance from a qualified and practicing artist (but feel free to go off-piste!)
A themed playlist to immerse you in your experience
A glass of wine (soft drink alternatives available)
A guaranteed like on Instagram if you share your pics with #popuppainting
Join the event on Facebook and invite a friend.
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London LASER 28
Wednesday 27 February 2019
6.30 - 9.00pm (registration from 6.15pm)
Remote Residencies: Moving Methods and Mindsets
London LASER presents an evening of talks on art and science interactions in remote locations.
Interdisciplinary collaboration enables artists to explore distant locations. Such visits present opportunities to create work in response to unique places both in situ and back at home. However, such residencies also pose questions about how different disciplinary methods and mindsets operate together. It also requires consideration of the interaction with local communities and populations (human and nonhuman), and ideas of legacy (what is left behind).
This event brings together a range of curators and artists who have worked in remote locations, to share their experiences both individually and in conversation.
Speakers include curator Lilian Fraiji (LABverde art/nature/science residency in the Amazon rainforest), and artist and researcher Neal White (Office of Experiments).
Lilian Fraiji is an art curator and producer based in the Amazon, Brazil. She is specialist in Cultural Management from Barcelona University and has a master’s degree in Curating Arts from the University of Ramon Llull, Barcelona. She is the co-founder of Manifesta, an organization dedicated to develop multidisciplinary contents involving art, science and nature. As an independent researcher she is interesting in how culture is related to nature and how landscape is shaped in the Anthropocene era. She was the chief curator of the Amazon Pinacoteca (2008-2013) and has curated several art exhibitions involving the subject of the Amazon, including “Amazon Liquid” (L’Galerie-Manaus-2015), “Amazon: Invisible Landscape” (Stad4 Gallery – NYC – 2018) and “Latitudes”(INPA-Manaus-2018). Currently she is the coordinator of LABVERDE: Art Immersion Program in the Amazon and is responsible for program’s social contribution at Bosque da Ciência/Inpa in Manaus.
LABVERDE was created to strengthen the limits of art through a broad array of experiences, knowledge sets and cultural perspectives involving art, science and nature. The program’s main goal is to promote artistic creation through a constructive debate about environmental issues generated by both theory and life experiences in the Amazon rainforest. Developed in association with Manifesta Art and Culture and The National Institute for Amazonian Research, LABVERDE promotes an intensive experience in the rainforest mediated by a multidisciplinary team of highly qualified specialists in art, humanity, biology, ecology and natural science.
As an artist, Neal White's interests cover science, technology and post-conceptual practice. He has frequently undertaken collaborations with artist Tina O'Connell (IE), as well as Office of Experiments (2004). In the UK, exhibitions and projects include; Royal College of Art, Whitechapel Gallery, Henry Moore Institute, Natural History Museum, Chelsea Space and Arts Catalyst. International exhibitions and residencies include: Apexart, New York, Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp, Portikus (Frankfurt), Center for Land Use Interpretation (Utah). As an academic he has contributed to discourse on Experimental Systems/Artistic Research, Overt Research Methods, Artist Archives, with a recent paper on the 'The Potential of Destruction in Art and Science'. He has worked closely with Arts Catalyst, London, since 2001 and was co-founder of Soda (1997-02). He currently helps coordinate the Incidental Unit (formerly Artist Placement Group) and is Professor of Art / Science, and Co-Director of CREAM at University of Westminster.
The event is free but booking is required.
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In the March edition of #citizensofLondon we’ll be joined by Saad Eddine Said. Known for his City Take-Overs, Saad Eddine Said is a creative curator who creates bridges between local communities, artists, activists, social entrepreneurs and innovators to co-create impactful takeovers that are focused on shaping and re-imagining the future of our cities. He is the previous CEO and Co-Artistic Director of the charity Terre Sans Frontiere (Morocco) and currently works as an Artistic Director (Up Next) in Battersea Arts Centre (UK). Saad Eddine Said has also been working internationally as a documentary filmmaker and has presented his work and vision in Europe, Asia and Africa.
Come along and find out how impactful creative takeovers can change public perceptions of place and people, how the arts can be used to bridge gaps between communities and create lasting change and the exciting work Saad has been involved in working as an Artistic Director at Battersea Arts Centre
This event is hosted by citizenM & facilitated by Living London