WHAT'S ON

ROOM 101
Stephanie Conway and Livia Garcia

PV, Thursday 23 March, 6-8pm
UNTIL 2 APRIL 2017

As in Orwell’s novel 'Nineteen Eighty-Four', Room 101, in this instance, reflects on the current fears and threats that we may have to confront at a time when unity is disrupted. This exhibition seeks to address these contemporary concerns and this contextual backdrop will be used as a springboard for ideas and speculations on the dual aspects of unity/dis-unity and their subsequent implications. The exhibition will focus on juxtaposing individual explorations and personal responses to the idea of unity, where multi-disciplinary works will instigate dialogue across and between the installation of works.
24 March - 2 April 2017
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

PERSONAL RELATIONS at Pulchri Studio (THE HAGUE, NL)
PV 25 February, 5-7pm

UNTIL 29 MARCH 2017

After the succesful inauguration at The Cello Factory in London, 'Personal Relations' now continues its journey to The Hague, in Holland, where the show of 150 miniatures will be exhibited
in the Garden Room of Pulchri Studio.
The exhibition will be opened on Saturday the 25th of February at 5pm, by Marieta Reijerkerk, Chairman of the Exhibition Committee.
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Lonely Arts Club
17&18 February




“For the freaks, the geeks and the meeks. The jokers, the smokers and the midnight pokers. The lost, the tossed and the double crossed. The ugly, the sticky and the possibly infected. It’s the Valentines Slump.
Smelly Kids are back at hARTslane to host a Lonely Arts Club, showcasing some of the best artists and comedians in the South East over 2 nights, all on the theme of Valentines day.”



 

 

OPEN SUBMISSION




hARTslane is excited to launch ROOM 6.0: a new socially engaging art exhibiton platform open to submissions. From October 2016, hARTslane ROOM 6.0 will focus on a relevant contemporary issue every 6 months and will provide a forum for exploration and cultural engagement on current affairs. Submissions are welcome from artists and curators alike. The specific topic can be addressed through collaborative and site specific projects, exhibitions, workshops, talks and screenings. The programme welcomes proposals from UK based as well as international art practicioners.
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