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Exhibition by Sonia Heyworth, Weston-Super-Mare



LT Gallery opened on Saturday 3rd December as a new space in Weston-Super-Mare for exhibiting art and furniture. The work currently on display is by Laura Tucker with a slideshow of Tomasz Piotrowski's work. Please join us at the preview drinks for an exhibition by Sonia Heyworth on Saturday 10th December 2-4pm. Her exhibition will run until Saturday 7th January 2017. Any artists interested in exhibiting in the future please get in touch.





ArtMaze Magazine is pleased to announce an open call for the February 2017 International print Issue!

DEADLINE: 20th December 2016

HOW TO APPLY: please proceed via the online submission form

ArtMaze Mag's goal is to support the artistic community worldwide and promote the work of emerging artists. ArtMaze Mag offers an opportunity to be published in print and digital issues bimonthly, as well as online on our website and social media.


Artists are welcome to submit works in any medium: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, photography, textile, installation, mixed media, digital, film etc.

Artists from all countries are welcome to submit.

ArtMaze Mag will be available in New York (McNally Jackson Books), London (White Cube Gallery and Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery) and throughout the UK in select stores such as Magalleria (Bath), Magazine Brighton (UK) and others. Print and digital copies will also be available at our online store at


Kristin Hjellegjerde, Director and Founder of Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London.

HOW TO APPLY: please proceed via the online submission form

SELECTED ARTISTS: Artists selected by the guest curator will receive a 1-page or 2-page spread including a brief bio, website, and 2-3 images in print and digital formats. All published artists will receive a digital copy of the magazine and will be promoted on our website/social media.

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Jonny Tanna - Hotel 419




The Muse Gallery and Untitled present

Jonny Tanna Hotel 419

Opening Night: 20.12.2016, 6.30-9.00pm

Hotel 419 is a collaborative exhibition that sees Tanna bring together recent graduate artists and a selection of established artists.

Tannas process centres around collaborative activity, assembling artists and friends to produce a unique result: the Hotel serves as a metaphor under whose roof diverse practices are brought together through the contributions of the guests invited to participate and occupy the space.

In pursuit of the idea that self-serving is inherently self-defeating and that art belongs to nobody but everybody, Tanna has deliberately undermined his own opportunity for a solo show and invited other artists to fill the space. In addition, familiar figures have been selected to act as brand names to elevate the profile of Hotel 419, employing cynical tactics in the service of generosity and collaboration.

These strategies mark the potential for this collaborative method to be perceived simultaneously as a way of passing the buck or delegating responsibility, and as a deliberate and positive effort to divert the energy of putting together a solo exhibition into the creation of new networks by sharing the platform.

In embracing both possibilities and accepting these deflective tactics, we are able to approach ideas of deception, faades and posturing as an implicit and important theme in the structure of the exhibition. Overlaying the separate content of the works on display is the notion of the sleight of hand needed to operate the fronts that we present to ourselves and others. Hotel 419 therefore exposes itself as a mechanism for coping with the vulnerability of exhibiting the self and re-purposes it as content and context.
The show focuses on the curational aspect of Tanna's work over the past 10 years, and will feature exclusive works as well as unseen collaborations. Residing in the hotel will be a mixture of new arrivals as well as familiar faces, all of whom compliment Tanna's practice.

Create Space at Willesden Gallery




Willesden Gallery is pleased to present Create Space, a multimedia exhibition concerned with showcasing the diversity of artist/makers working in the London borough of Brent. For this exhibition an assorted group of 13 artist members come together having created a very eclectic mix of work displaying: painting, sculpture, ceramics, collage, printmaking, lens-based still and moving images, and mixed media. While not being tied down to one theme or style this inclusive group exhibition focuses on Create Space Londons variety and wealth of creative activity.

The exhibition opens on December 6th to December 17th 2016.

Private View 9 December 6pm-9pm

The Gallery at The Library at Willesden Green 95 High Rd, London NW10 2SF

Monday to Friday 9am-8pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm

Writing Workshop: Editing and Preparing Your Work for Submission



Get your work ready for publication or competitions. Learn the art of editing, redrafting and polishing, increasing your chances of success. This workshop will show you how to get work ready for submission via a series of fun exercises.

Please note: part of the workshop will include editing your own writing, so please bring a hard copy of a piece of your writing. However, if you dont have a piece of writing to work on, the tutor will provide a writing sample for you to work with.

Fee: 15/7.50
Date: Tuesday 14 February 2017
Time: 2-5pm
Venue: Conference Room, Community Base, 113 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XG

Book your place here

Free Workshop: Creative Writing for Those with Dyslexia




These workshops are aimed at dyslexic writers who want to develop their creativity. They will be led by a writer who is dyslexic, has published two novels and various articles and short stories, and has been teaching for over twenty years. The workshops are suitable for beginners as well as those who have been writing for a while. They focus on the idea that writing is aboutpracticeand not about talent.Please bring a notebook and pen or a laptop to work on. There will be opportunities for you to share your work with others, and for informal, friendly discussion, but this will be optionalyou wont be put on the spot. The workshops will use free writing, creative visualisation, inspiration from life and character creation exercises to get your creativity flowing. There will be tips for developing your writing further at the end of each workshop.

Date:Tuesday7th March2017
Time: 6:30 8:30pm
Venue:Ravensbourne College,6 Penrose Way, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0EW

Tutor:Louise Tondeurs first two novelsThe Waters EdgeandThe Haven Home for Delinquent Girlswere published by Headline Review. Some of her recent publications include The First Time inLitro Magazine, two short stories inEverything is Spherical, the second Anthology of Dyslexic Writing. Louise has been teaching for over twenty years. She currently works as a Creative Writing lecturer at the University of Roehampton. You can find out more on her

Book your free place here


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