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AmIaSinger: 6 week workshop for non-professional singers



We would like to invite everyone who would like to be part of singing workshop. During 6 week workshop we invite various singing practitioners and teachers from various music styles to inspire our participants express themselves creatively through song.

Each session a guest will be invited to lead, we have recently approached blues, folk, classic & gospel. We will continue to discover many more. Towards the end of the sessions we will decide to create a performance with influences from the previous weeks. Friends and family and anyone you feel may benefit are invited. We will decide on a group or solo performance (likely mixed) live and / or recorded your choice.

If this workshop interests you, please book your place via our website

Our new term starts from 14th of January, biweekly, from 12 to 2pm

The cost for 6 weeks - 50

Location: Bethnal Green

We hope to see you soon!


Agne & Gareth

Artist Residency 2016, The Crypt Gallery/ St Pancras Church




Crypt Gallery Residency 2016

St Pancras Church is opening up the Crypt Gallery for the final time this year for a residency opportunity. We are looking for artists to use this inspiring space in a fabulous central London location to create work in any medium and any style, practitioners who will respond to the space in interesting and engaging ways.

You must be able to open up the gallery for a few hours each day to the public- these hours ideally will be the same each day and can be negotiated according to your plans and schedule. The work you make must also be flexible to allow for any last minute bookings in the space.

The dates for residency are 17-22 December

Please email us with a simple work in progress proposal- (things may change once you are in the space, but we would like some idea of what you might like to do), examples of previous work and your CV. Please use the subject 'Crypt Residency December 2016':

Deadline: Wednesday 7 December

The Crypt Gallery,
Euston Road,

In-habitation exhibition




In-habitation:3 December 2016 to 8 January 2017

Show by Helen Scalway, Claire Reed and Ali Clarke who have collaborated in thought and process over the last year, present thought-provoking, engaging work on the themes of strength, fragility and belonging in habitation.

In-habitation brings together a rich variety of media: digital, drawing, models and book art, all exploring the notion of built structure as a metaphor for the self and as a framework for belonging.

There will be an artists talk on Sunday 10th December at 1.30pm

Enterprise Skills & Creative Work Programme launches in Hackney




Its Like This design studio, in partnership with the Arcola Theatre, is launching Phase II of an exciting new enterprise programme, YourFuture. It matches talented, creative young people with businesses needing their skills. The job seekers get commercial experience, skills training and pathways into full-time or longer-term employment.

50 young people will take part in a dynamic week of enterprise training sessions, be matched with a mentor from industry and will work on briefs for 25 growing local organisations, helping to deliver high-quality products and services across the areas of graphic design, photography, animation, fine art and advertising. The candidate pool will include exciting and emerging creatives in the local area, looking for opportunities to help them launch their careers.

The project will help support a fertile local business market whilst driving down youth unemployment by developing their employability skills and signposting them to work. Jonny Weston, Creative Director of Its Like This and Project Leader, says: In order to gain work and thrive in business, creative young people need 3 things: relevant skills training, real contacts and mentoring. This project delivers all three simultanousely, again demonstrating that Hackney is leading the way in employability efforts, especially in the creative sectors.

For young people interested in taking part visit: candidates/

Pilvi Takala




Pilvi Takala

11 January 26 March 2017
Preview: 10 January
6:30 - 8:30pm

Pump House Gallery presents an exhibition of new and existing works by Pilvi Takala. In her complex and rich practice Takala confuses the space of exactly what the work is, whether a performance, a video, a sculpture or the space left behind after one of her interactions.
Operating outside usual artistic settings Takala uses disguise to engage with aspects of society that seem to make little sense other in structural ways. She negotiates these social and political terrains to reveal facades within systems of culture.

This exhibition is supported by Wandsworth Council and Arts Council England.

Free admission

OPEN CALL: Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize 2017


We are excited to announce that the third instalment of the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize is open for entries. The prize is open to artists working across all genres, styles and from any background. The overall deadline is 15 January, however all artists who enter before the 18 December will receive feedback on the application they submitted. We are a prize that focuses on supporting not just winners but all artists involved.


7,000prizes, for the Overall Winner, the Employee Choice Award, the Sculpture Award, Ashurst's Rich Mix Prize

Includes 1,000 of vouchersfrom Cass Art for the 3 Winners

Three monthsolo exhibitionsin London, England

Group Showfor 25 Shortlisted Artists in April - June 2017

Early entrieswill featurein our ongoing campaigns to clients,invitationsto ourinformative talks.


For further information and the application form see here or please email with questions.


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