4th – 7th October: Art Licks 2018 x Assembly Point online project. 

Assembly Point invites you to the online exhibition GIOTROP opening on Thursday 4 October to coincide with Art Licks Weekend 2018. This exhibition in the form of a compilation album will host art and artists whose work exists and revolves around the sound/musical and visual arts axes. The album will be accompanied by a visual response to the soundtrack.

Full info here 

 

 

Tall Tales from an Artist Led Space publication, now available.

A publication that brings together works made in response to an archive research placement at Cubitt Gallery. With an intro from William Noel Clarke and work from Amelia Barratt, Keira Greene and Natasha cox.

Printed by Housework Press 

 

 

 

 

17th – 23rd September: BYE HUN, School of the Damned Handover, Royal Standard, Liverpool. 

BYE HUN symbolizes a swan song, an elegy, a passing of the torch, a graduation and a requiem. An end of year group show that included both the 2018 (outgoing!) and 2019 (incoming!) cohorts – a bringing together of ideas before parting ways. SOTD is a year-long alternative art course directed by its students. It was founded as a reaction to the increasing financialisation of higher education.
The school is constantly redefined by the motives of its students.

29th September: Tall Tales from an Artist Led Space, Cubitt Gallery, London

Through Your Eyes is a new moving image work and performance that restages a 35mm print from the Cubitt archive. This work considers the span of time at play within the archive and attempts the impossible, to embody the ‘spirit of’ a screening in the early years of this artist-led space, a context wholly altered. This durational work will trace the bodies who have occupied and shaped the identity of Cubitt, who have made up the figures that become so important in the ongoing cycle of their administration. These two moments fifteen years apart create a loop in the archive itself. In collaboration with Keira Greene. Full Info here 

11th—19th August: Visions & Signs, School of the Damned Grad Show

New works exhibited as part of sotd graduation show.

Exhibition at Sluice, 171 Morning Lane E9 6JY

Opening: 10th August 6-9pm

Events at SET SPACE, 27A Dalston Lane E8 3DF // Friday 10 August – performanceClub from 9.30pm / dancing from 11pm

27 th July — 29th July: Every Thing

Multiples included and for sale at Every Thing! 

An artist multiples event at Assembly Point.
Every Thing – a collaborative artists’ project that showcases a wide range of multiple and unique works for sale from collaborators past and present.
soon to available online here
(Images copyright and courtesy of the artists and Assembly Point, London. Photographs by Rob Harris.)

9th June 2018: Alternatives to the Alternative Art School, as part of Anti University .

At LARC (London Action Resource Centre), 62 Fieldgate Street, London E1 1ES

An open meeting, lead by a small group of educators, for the purpose of considering an alternative to the alternative art school model. This meeting will consider and conceive of a working hybrid education model to take forward to its realisation in the long term. It will do so through the facilitation of a series of parallel discussions (workshop style break-out) that will focus on specific organisational and infrastructural aspects of arts education broadly; value systems, sustainability, distributability, access. These parallel discussions will each be convened by an educator working with a particular subject focus/concern in/with the current arts education system, and include the participation of an undefined group of interested individuals.

Organised with Dr Susannah Haslam. 

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