Sep 26, 2019 1:00 PM

The Art of Planning Session with Peter Taylor at Defra, London

Sep 26, 2019 7:00 PM

ART POINT in LONDON 24 - 29 September 2019 1-7PM(Last day 12-3PM) presented by GALLERY ART POINT in Ginza Tokyo This is the first overseas exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the GALLERY ART POINT in Ginza, Tokyo. Featuring paintings, 3D works and installations by 50 Japanese artists. Come and immerse yourself in the Tokyo art scene! @ espacio gallery 159 Bethnal Green Road,LondonE2 7DG Tel.07815 319073 Reception Party - Private view - 26 September from 7-9PM ENTRANCE, Foods and Drinks FREE 100 piece of SUSHI and fruity flavor SAKE, Vegan foods are also available. Bring your appetite and enjoy Japanese food and SAKE, Please feel the Tokyo art scene! Binding Perfomance Kou Shirai from Tokyo In Japan, since ancient times the binding of ropes has symbolized a sacred act that pervades all natural processes. In shrines ropes were used to distinguish sacred places from other places. Binding is considered to have the power of connecting people or things, filling them with the feelings of the person who binds them. Kou Shirai expresses this power, his feelings and spirituality through his binding works. At the event, Kou will perform the binding with a part of your body or your belongings. “I wish you to experience the Japanese binding art. Please bring your belogings that you wish to be bound.” - Kou Shirai Contact GALLERY ART POINT(Tokyo)

Sep 28, 2019 12:00 PM

The London Drawing Club is a drawing group that meets once a month in London. Illustrators and artists at all different levels attend.

Sep 24, 2019 10:30 AM

Join us on exploring Shoreditch - incredibly rich in creativity when it comes to murals, stencils, wheat pastes, colours and styles.  During the walk, starting at Liverpool Street - we will head in the direction of Shoreditch, seeing an array of Fashion, dining and art. We will explore Brick Lane, Truman Brewery and Spitalsfields Market.  Expect to get great pictures of: Incredible murals in Brick Lane  The hustle and bustle of street stalls around Truman's Brewery  Hipster chic in Spitalsfields Market Essential items to bring with you on your walk: Camera - Compact Camera, Mirrorless Camera or Digital SLR Lenses: if you are bringing an interchangeable lens camera a wide-angle lens, standard zoom and telephoto lens would all be useful, however if you only have one lens don't worry! Bottle of water Mobile phone A few suggestions: Don't weigh yourself down with lots of gear: one or two cameras is fine, and try to bring a maximum of 3 or 4 lenses. We also recommend that you don't bring a tripod along on the walk. Be Aware: cameras are valuable items so please keep your gear close to you and be aware of your surroundings. Waterproof Clothing: these Photo Walks are in London, meaning regardless of the month you could be prone to a rain storm at any time! Bringing a waterproof coat or umbrella will help protect you from the elements. If the weather conditions are wet then your walk leader may change the route to allow shots from sheltered locations. Please note: You will receive an email from the course Tutor a day or two before the event with full meeting point instructions. Some of our courses require a minimum number of participants to enable us to operate them. If the minimum number of bookings required for a course has not been received, we are entitled to cancel it. We will notify you of cancellation for this reason no later than 7 days before your course is due to take place.

Sep 29, 2019 11:00 AM

Expect, Furniture, Records, Lamps & lighting, Electricals, Homewares, Factory Decor, Prints, maps & art

Sep 25, 2019 7:00 PM

The Happiness Program is an immersive 3-day journey into powerful breathing and mind mastery techniques. At the core of the program is the Sudarshan Kriya™, the #1 science-backed breathing technique that will deeply harmonize your whole system by cleansing daily accumulated stress and negativity and unlock your inner freedom and joy. In this free 90-minute introductory workshop to the Art of Living Happiness Program, you’ll discover: ✔ How breathing and meditation techniques can radically change your life  ✔ The powerful ‘Bellows Breath’ that will boost your energy. A technique you can take home and practice daily.  ✔ The peace & calm of a unique guided meditation  ✔ The tendencies of your mind and how to overcome them This workshop is taught in 156 countries worldwide and in 283 cities across the US - Here’s what people often experience: “A space to slow down, rest, and get centered” “Recharged my energy in minutes” “Excellent tools to deal with tough times” “Tuned in to my true self and purpose in life” Discover the Power of Art of Living's Breathing Techniques Over 70 independent studies conducted on four continents and published in peer review journals, have demonstrated a comprehensive range of benefits from practicing Sudarshan Kriya™ and related breathing exercises taught on the Art of Living Happiness Program. Research Result Key Findings Take the first step towards unshakable happiness today! Register now for free. Please Note: To allow the best meditation environment for all, we kindly ask to avoid bringing chi ldren younger than 13 years to the event. FAQs How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Amol Sarnaik - [email protected] | 07469163969

Sep 24, 2019 7:00 PM

Mountainfilm on Tour visits London at the Royal Geographical Society London. Join us for an evening of inspiring and captivating films handpicked from the Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado. Founded in 1979, Mountainfilm is one of America’s longest-running film festivals. The annual festival is held every Memorial Day weekend in Telluride. Mountainfilm is a dynamic nonprofit organization and festival that celebrates stories of indomitable spirit and aims to inspire audiences through film, art and ideas. Mountainfilm on Tour in London will feature a collection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and engaging documentary short films that align with Mountainfilm’s mission to use the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world. A Mountainfilm presenter, Ben Ayers, will as usual guide the audience through the program providing insight on the films, filmmakers and subjects. Ben Ayers is executive director of dZi Foundation and a National Geographic filmmaker in his own right. Film selection: Life of Pie, The Mystery of Now, Dawa, The Movement, Jagrlama, All In: Alaska Heli Skiing, Sweetheart Dancers, March of the Newts, Ice and Palms, Danny Daycare. Click HERE for further information. Exhibition Road Doors open for the event at 6.00 pm and the show will kick off at 7.00 pm. The RGS’s historic Map Room will be the place to head to the cash bar before the screenings and during the interval. There you can meet friends, buy a drink and purchase raffle tickets – great prizes! The event will close at 10.00 pm. The event is a fund-raiser for dZi Foundation and Community Action Nepal For further information or to purchase tickets direct contact: Denise Prior by email [email protected] or call 07986 372558.

Sep 13, 2019 6:00 PM

Shiamak Winter Funk 2019: Croydon Friday 6 September 2019- Friday 22 November 2019

Sep 07, 2019 1:30 PM

Shiamak Winter Funk 2019: Dartford Saturday 7 September 2019- Saturday 23 November 2019

Sep 21, 2019 12:30 PM

SPACE ROCKS is a festival of space exploration. Presented in association with ESA, the European Space Agency, it’s a unique gathering of the best and brightest in every scientific and creative field but united by a common passion for the great beyond, and with a focus on fun. The follow-up to our award-winning 2018 debut event consists of three separate sessions, each with something for everyone from devoted space enthusiasts to the sci-curious. SPACE ACADEMY, our first session, is aimed at kids of all ages and will highlight the incredible range of space science currently underway. THE SPACE LAB, our second session, is where the great minds from the world of space science, the arts, and music meet to debate and explore the big questions, and this year we’ll be introducing a few new twists we can’t wait to share with you. SPACE ROCKS LIVE is our live gig, and will feature visionary music inspired by humankind’s fascination with the great beyond. All ticket-holders will have access to our SPACE LOUNGE throughout the day. With displays, presentations, and a chance to interact with all of our invited guests, this is your chance to get up close and personal with the great beyond. Sessions: 12.30pm – 2.30pm: Session 1 – Space Academy Featuring astronaut Tim Peake on exploring the Moon, Mars, and Beyond, planetary Scientist Suzie Imber on ESA’s thrilling mission to Mercury, sci-fi visual effects guru Paul Franklin (Inception and Interstellar) on movie magic, space engineer Kate Underhill’s beginner’s guide to rocket science and space robot engineer Shahrzad Timman on a beginner’s guide to space robots! - late addition = session MC Jason Isaacs. 3.30pm – 6pm: Session 2 – The Space Lab featuring Tim Peake giving an astronaut’s view of the climate crisis, which he’ll be discussing with leading climate scientist Tamsin Edwards. Star of The Expanse Dominique Tipper with be talking about the past, present and future of humans in space with author and journalist Sue Nelson, BBC Sky at Night presenter Chris Lintott will be discussing black holes and the most profound mysteries of the universe with award-winning science author Lucy Hawking and groundbreaking violinist Anna Phoebe will be presenting a musical voyage of the cosmos.Late Addition = Jason Isaacs! 7.30pm – 11pm: Session 3 – Space Rocks Live – Anathema presents 'The Space Between Us' with visuals from Kristina Pulejkova plus support from Amplifier & Voyager. Info: The O2 is fully accessible, please use this link to buy tickets & make arrangements. Please DO NOT book on Eventbrite, the best service is via the AXS & the O2 on the above link. These sessions are open to all. Under 14’s will need to be accompanied and seated with an adult. Our Space Lounge at Indigo will be open all day to all ticket holders (as capacity allows) from 11am to 7pm. Space Rocks merchandise will be available from 11am to 11pm in the Indigo lobby. For futher information regarding Space Rocks, link to here or email us at [email protected] FAQ: Are there minimum age requirements to enter the event? No and parents know best but for info we feel Session 1 is aimed at 8’s and up. Other information to bear in mind is that the venue asked for 14’s and under to be accompanied & seated with an adult. What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? The O2 has excellent transport links and parking facilities, look here What can I bring into the event? No food or drink can be brought into the venue but there are numerous outlets to visit before or after a session, see here        

Sep 26, 2019 7:30 PM

Produced by Florida’s own groundbreaking integrated dance pioneers, Karen Peterson and Dancers (KPD), the second edition of Forward Motion Physically Integrated Dance Festival and Conference promises to be even more exciting than our inaugural event!  See HERE for our full program line-up. On Thursday, September 26th from 7:30 pm - 9:15 pm join Karen Peterson and Dancers and Step Change Studios as they come together for a special Miami/London Dance Exchange performance as part of Miami-Dade County's International Cultural Partnerships Program. The performance will be followed by a Q&A and meet and greet with the artists. Features the Following Dance Artists: Rashmi Becker - Founding Director, Step Change Studios, born in England, Rashmi started out as a competitive ice skater and began dancing to help her skating. As the younger sister of a brother with Autism she became aware of the benefits of dance from an early age as it was a way for them to connect. As an adult, Rashmi became involved in disability advocacy, and in 2017 she established Step Change Studios to address the lack of integrated dance opportunities in the UK. The following year Step Change Studios received an Award for Innovation from the national dance body One Dance UK. In 2019 she was recognized by the UK Prime Minister with a Points of Light Award for her contribution to making dance accessible. Dwayne Scheunemann, REVolutions Dance, Director and Guest Artist KPD - Dwayne began his dance career in 2002. While a member of Asher Dance Eclectic, he began performing and taking classes in Tampa, Florida. Later, Dwayne began taking workshops and attending dance festivals with internationally recognized physically integrated dance companies such as AXIS Dance Company, CANDOCO and Karen Peterson and Dancers. In August of 2005, Dwayne founded REVolutions dance in Tampa Florida. As director of REVolutions Dance he has collaborated with choreographers Leymis Balanos Wilmot, Cindy Hennessy, Karen Peterson. Under Dwayne's direction, REVolutions Dance has presented and taught internationally in China, Russia, Italy and Israel. Most recently Dwayne has completed a four-year contract with AXIS Dance Company in Oakland California. Dwayne has been recognized with numerous awards for his achievements in dance such as the Homer Avila award in Miami Florida, Tampa Bay Community Hero award and Honorable Achievement award presented by the United States Veterans Creative Arts Commission.  Katherine Brennan (dancer, Karen Peterson and Dancers) Katherine began dancing at the age of eight in Kansas City where she later performed with 940 Dance Company, City in Motion, and Gurukul Indian Dance Company. She spent a season as an associate artist with Core Project Chicago before moving to NYC where she completed dance therapy post-graduate work and performed with Kinesis Project Dance Theater. In Miami, Katherine has performed with NWD projects, Momentum, and KPD with whom she has created original roles in “Warmamas” and “Untold Stories”. This summer, she collaborated with Minneapolis-based choreographer Non Edwards in the Right Here Showcase and also performed with the Step Change Studios as part of the Miami / London International Cultural Exchange project in London for the National Theatre Summer Stage performances. Lauren Russell (dancer, Step Change Studios). Lauren started dancing at the age of 8. As her health declined, she had to stop dancing for a few years. In 2016, she rediscovered dance through Sidekick in Leicester, England and found dancing to be liberating. Since then, she has participated in workshops with a range of companies and attends weekly classes with professional artists through We Are Epic. Lauren made her professional debut in Fairy Tales in London in Romano Solano (dancer, Step Change Studios). Romano started learning Jazz, Modern and Contemporary dance at the age of 6 in Switzerland and went on to train at Li-Danceunit. He was a finalist on the TV show Switzerland’s Got Talent, and a semi-finalist on Got To Dance Germany. He also taught contemporary dance in schools in Switzerland. Most recently he has trained in New York developing in Hip-Hop, Jazz and Funk styles and is now SCHEDULE 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm - Miami-London Dance Exchange ​8:00 pm - 8:15 pm - Q&A 8:15 pm - 9:15 pm Meet & Greet Reception for All Attendees featuring delicious light-bites by Simply Baked and complimentary wine and soft drinks. Interested in learning more? Check out HERE for information on the 2nd Annual Forward Motion Conference FAQs What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Utilize Lyft or Uber or be prepared to pay $6 for valet parking for the day!  How can I contact the organizer with any questions? The Koubek Center - Miami Dade College is ADA accessible. Contact [email protected] if you have any further questions.  

Sep 30, 2019 3:00 PM

Join us for the North East London Arts Award Network Event commissioned by A New Direction and delivered in partnership the Museum of London and Museum of London Docklands and the Geffrye Museum with support from Trinity College London/Arts Award team. The Arts Award network in North East London targets but is not limited to the following boroughs: Tower Hamlets, Hackney, Redbridge, Waltham Forest, Newham, Barking and Dagenham, Havering and City of London. Can't make the date but interested in this network?  Click HERE to join.  This free session is best for Museum and Libraries colleagues, school staff including supplementary schools that would like to find out more about how to engage with Museums and Libraries and embed ArtsAward into their practice.  Also very useful to school that would like to use their engagement with Museums, Libraries and Arts Award to fulfil their Artsmark goals. Note: The webinar will start at 3pm but school colleagues can join after school finishes. There will be a chance to find out about how existing programmes explore case studies and models of delivery hear about research findings  have a look at resources you can use with your groups This is a webinar broadcast from the Museum of London Docklands. Arts Award is a nationally recognised qualification for children and young people aged up to the age of 25 offering five different levels: Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold. To find out more about Arts Award click HERE. The Network is run by A Little Learning funded by A New Direction (A.N.D). A bit more about the core network partners A New Direction is a London-based non-profit generating opportunities for children and young people to unlock their creativity A Little Learning uses technology and creativity to bring change in education, community and culture. The programme offers schools  exciting and innovative tailor-made cross-disciplinary projects, CPD and consultancy, Arts Award and Artsmark support & programmes that promote the effective use of digital, student voice and project-based learning, future proofing students for an ever-changing world. Kindly hosted at the Museum of London Docklands FAQs How will I get a link to join the WEBINAR? You will be sent a link a few days before the event. Will the WEBINAR be recorded? Yes. Sign up as a participant and you will be sent the link a few days after the event. I am a teacher and school finishes at 3.30. Can I join? Yes absolutely! Join us at any point. The first part will be more relevant to Museum colleagues and you can also watch the recording. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please click CONTACT under the organiser profile on this  page