Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Art Events Thursday 11th March Onwards

'In The Back Of Real (Never Hide The Madness)'
11.03.10 - 28.03.10
Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane
London E1 6QL

Matt Small, alongside the mighty and awesome Zachary Walsh are having their two man show this thursday - 11th march at the Signal gallery in Shoreditch.
The show will feature exceedingly lovely paintings by the Walshstar and Matt will be unleashing his grizzly ass cityscape pictures amongst other creatively wishy washy stuff.
12th March - 1st April 2010, Tuesday - Saturday 12 - 6pm

Signal Gallery, 96a Curtain Road, Hoxton, London, EC2A 3AA.

LIZ NEAL – New Paintings

Private View: Wednesday 10th March 7pm - 9pm
Opening times: 11th March – 3 rd April 2010. Tuesday - Saturday 12:30 - 6:30pm
Sartorial Art
26 Argyle Square London WC1H 8AP


xenz solo show
11th - 27th March Oxford st Paddington Sydney Australia.

Hope For Children invites you to “Live Art”, a charity fundraiser, showcasing some of the UK’s most exciting up and coming artists. Whether you have a passion for photography or illustration, abstract painting or realism, there will be something for everyone. You will be able to bid on all the artwork shown and witness the artists’ create a joint mosaic live!

We are aiming to raise enough money to set up an intervention centre for street children in Uganda that could change their lives forever. 100% of the money raised on the night will go directly to this project.

This exclusive line-up includes a mix up of prominent and inspirational young talent with fresh design graduates. Here is a taster of some of the artists with more to be revealed; Sam Bevington, Lucy McLauchlan, Linus Richard, Steve Wilson, John Miers. Plus, street artists from Mutate Britain and Arcadia, DJ’s and visual audio performance.

Artists in Action 12pm - 3pm
Exhibition, Auction, DJ’s & VJ’s 7pm - Midnight

RSVP: Charlotte or Call - 020 7159 3339 Venue: Arch 897,Hollyrood St, London Bridge SE1 2EL

At The Institute of Contemporary Arts in central London, Heavy Pencil is taking place alongside the Birds Eye View film festival's closing party. In keeping with that party's theme of femmes fatales, Heavy Pencil has enlisted the talents of set design and art direction duo, Anna Lomax and Lauren Davies of Jiggery Pokery, who will be doing the live drawing while music is provided by Iain Woods, aka Psychologist.

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