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Call for collaborators 'From Inclusion to Partnership'


A call out for artists collaborators to take part of this uniqueexhibition 'From Inclusion to Partnership'. Deadline: Friday23rd December, 2016.

The call is for work from diverse disciplines (will be displayed in a digital format) which made collaboratively by artists who may be physically, mentally or emotionally challenged together with artists without disabilities. The focus of the exhibition is oncollaborative workother then work made by artists with disabilities.

For more details and how to make a submission:

Open call for residency in Andalucía, Spain


A multidisciplinary residency for individuals or collectives

We're offering creative practitioners a space to develop their ideas or projects unhindered. This is the only residency within themunicipality oflora, a pueblo blanco in Andaluca Spain.

Duration:7 days in lora,Andaluca Spain

Eligiblitlity: Practitioners any age, from any nation,in the beginning to mid level stages of their career

This residency includes:

-Furnished, clean accommodation, kitchen, bathroom, and roof terrace

-Private work space

-Time and space to contemplate and create

-The human right of high speedwifi

-Tea, coffee, water, wine and/or beer

-Towels, bedding and a final cleaning

-Assistance with the visa process and travel planning(if needed)

-Collection and return to nearby train station and airport

-Assistance on site with your project (if needed)

-One-to-one interdisciplinary mentoring

-Follow up feature story in London based print magazine

-A small stipend to help offset associated costs

-Becoming part of an international community, receiving ongoing support and access to resources

Fee:The application is based on a "pay what you want" model, but pleasecontributea minimum of 1 (towards processing fees). We receive no external funding, and have a suggested donation of 10, which goes towards our administrative costs and running the residency.The amount you donatedoes notcorrelate with yourchance of being accepted.

Applications for the Spring Residency (February 1st-April 1st 2017), should be submitted by January 10th 2017.

*There is no theme or fee to participate, butmeals and flights are not included (a small stipendisincluded to help offset some of these costs).

For details on how to apply, please

Coming in January - Pop Japan: An Exhibition by Sonoko Obuchi


Sonoko Obuchi has been living in London for the last 16 years. During that time many things have happened. She studied, graduated, worked, got married, had children. She witnessed the 7/7 London bombings, the 2012 Olympics, the Brexit vote and, most significantly, the arrival of proper Tonkotsu Ramen noodle restaurants from her home town Hakata!

Given her Japanese background, her life established in London and the turmoil of recent times Sonoko finds herself in the grip of an identity crisis. You the viewer can join her on an emotional trip as she searches for an understanding of who she has become and what it means to live as a Japanese artist in this marvellous cosmopolitan city, London.

Pop means popular culture & Pop Art in general. But when Sonoko entitled her exhibition "Pop Japan", it felt like a bubble of Japanese-ness bursting and a new energy began pouring forth.

She wants to express this feeling through her speciality: Manga graphics, photography, 3D work and film.

Sonoko is very excited to show her latest collection in the Dugdale Centre, a cultural centre for the artistic community in Enfield and all London.

Monday 16 January Saturday 11 February

Free Entry

For more information visit the




EXHIBI[]TIONS is interested in making new opportunities for UK and international artists to make and show performance in the early stages of its development. It looks to create space for artists and audiences to try new things and share ideas.

We are really pleased to announce that we will be returning to Studio 1 at Rich Mix on Saturday 21 January 2017 for the sixth EXHIBI[]TIONS. We programme the night through an open call for submissions. We are committed to supporting artists with an experimental practice, who question what performance is and how it's made.

You can get the application form here:

Please send the completed form to by Friday 30December. Please also feel free to send us a performance history or CV but it is not essential.

mingbeast is a performance company from the UK and Spain. We make shows and we curate EXHIBI[]TIONS and POINT BLANK RANGE both platforms committed to supporting and sharing new and experimental performance.

Bookbinding Workshop




11am 4pm

@ The Create Place

29 Old Ford Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 9PJ

Join us for this exciting workshop and learn how to make three different book structures: a concertina book, a 4-hole stab binding and a single section case binding. You will learn about basic bookbinding techniques, including folding, making endpapers, sewing, covering and casing in.

We will go through all the different tools and materials we will be using as well as the importance of grain direction. At the end of the class you will leave with three beautiful books (Perfect as handmade Christmas gifts!) and a handout with instructions to enable you to work on your own projects at home! This workshop is suitable for complete beginners or for those who need a refresher.

Tutor: Lina Avramidou

Fee: 65 (includes materials and refreshments)

Book your place !





Networking Event



Monday 12th December, 7.30pm at The Bread & Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ London

The Bread & Roses Theatre invites all theatre-makers to a free Meet & Greet and Networking Event. Not even yet two years old, the venue has established its place on the London fringe theatre scene, received awards, launched several in-house competitions for playwrights and theatre-makers as well as supported over 140 theatre companies. Whilst The Bread & Roses Theatre and pub are separate businesses and we rent the space from the pub and receive no money from any bar sales, we are still offering the theatre free of upfront charge and companies always take home between 50% and 70% of the box office income.

The theatre keeps on growing and developing, constantly gaining new audiences, upgrading the technical equipment and increasing its outreach and coverage in the press and media (including online, newspapers, radio and television) and most recently has started offering an alternate programming slot, giving even more companies the opportunity to present their work at the venue.From 2017 onwards, The Bread & Roses Theatre is also considering proposals to be co-produced by the theatre for the first time.

We now invite all theatre makers to a Q&A with Artistic Director Tessa Hart and Managing Director Rebecca Pryle, who have developed the theatre space since 2012.Come and find out about the venue's journey so far as well as plans for the future. Chat to the directors about putting forward a proposal and producing a show at The Bread & Roses Theatre. Hear what the venue can offer and find out what we are looking for from companies applying to use the space.There will also be an opportunity on the night to chat to the directors personally as well as to view the space, equipment and facilities available. We will also provide further details and answer any questions about the upcoming !

FREE ENTRY but limited seats, so please RSVP by emailing


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