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ROOM 6.5 / Unseen & Unspoken

June – November 2019

What matters is precisely this: the unspoken at the edge of the spoken.” Virginia Wolf

“ROOM 6.5: Unseen & Unspoken” aims to give visibility to the under-represented and unheard voices in our society.

We look for untold stories and unexplored realities to reveal and share.

ROOM 6.0 focuses 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

More info on how to apply

ROOM 6.5
All the things I cannot say
Exhibition by Erika Trotzig, Jenny Klein and Alex Dixon
27-30 June 2019
PV 27 June, 6-8:30pm
Artist Talk, 29 June 4pm
Gallery hours:
Thu-Sat, 12-8:30pm
Sunday, 12-5pm

All the things I cannot say’ brings together work by three artists, Erika Trotzig, Jenny Klein and Alex Dixon, who are all currently on the MA Fine Art at CSM. Constructed from a wide range of materials, the work assembles and reassembles fragments and images to create a multiplicity of layers and surfaces. These assemblages are suggestions in which a moment of confrontation or reflection allows each viewer’s own memories, experiences and associations to be revisited, re-imagined or rediscovered. The work embodies a number of contradictions - both fragile and strong, made up of small elements that multiply to take up a large amount of space, referencing the familiar but creating something strange.  What is left unseen? What is beneath a surface that has been torn and stitched, broken and mended? The result is an installation that is rich in content whilst retaining its mystery and ambiguity.

A permanent Delft Blue Public Art Wall for and by the community of Hatcham, New Cross Gate.

Free tile decorating workshops:
Sunday 2 June, 12noon-3pm @ The Five Bells (family drop in)
Monday 3 June, 1-4pm @ All Saints Community Centre (Ageing well fun club)
Monday 3 June, 6:30-8pm @ All Saints Community Centre ( 32Deptford Scouts)
Thursday 6 June, 4-6pm @ Somerville Adventure Playground (teenagers drop in)
Sunday 9 June, 2-4pm @ hARTslane (all local creatives drop in)

**The 100 Wishes Project Wall Opening Event** Saturday 21st of September 2019, 1-3pm
Hatcham Park Road / Harts Lane (SE14 5UP, New Cross Gate, London)
Special thanks to Sainsbury's for giving permission to use their wall.

Kindly sponsored by Supported by the Mayor of London’s Culture Seeds.




It’s so rewarding to be able to see the power of art as a vehicle to connect people with themselves and eachother.

Big thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund who enabled us to produce “Stitching Time”, where children are making personalised memory cushions for residents of local Alzheimer’s care homes.

We are in the full swing of cutting, sewing & designing. Children experience the joy of making and creating together for someone else within their community.

A wonderful little docu-fim is being made to share “Stitching Time” with everyone who is interested in intergenerational acts of kindness through art. Whatch this space!

Special thanks to all the partners invloved:
Hatcham Temple Grove Primary School & Manley Court Care Home
Sandhurst Primary School & Beechcroft Care Centre
Brent Knoll Special School & Pear Tree Care Home.

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TAP OUT Festival
16-31 May 2019
Various locations in New Cross including hARTslane

A three week long festival by the graduating students of Goldsmiths University of London's Drama & Theatre Arts students.


Tickets & Information

Texas, by Paul Tecklenberg

50 years 50 states 50 pounds
Exhibition & fundraising event by
Paul Tecklenberg
Thursday, 4th July 2019, 6-9pm

“1969 was a landmark year for all sorts of reasons. Open University was launched; first man on the moon; St. Mungo’s, the homeless charity was set up in London and I was born on the 4th of July. To mark this mile stone, I am hosting a solo exhibition at hARTslane on the 4th July where 50 light drawings of 50 states in the U.S.A. will be on show and available to purchase at £50 each. Profits from sales with will be donated primarily to St. Mungo’s to help eleviate homelessness in London and also supporting hARTslane to help them run experimental art exhibitions and outreach projects in schools and the community.”

250 unique light drawings of the 50 states made and signed by Paul Tecklenberg will be handed over on the night or reserved.
Pay by BAX or paypal, cheque on the night.

Sponsors Parallax Photography – an independent cooperative based in Brixton at Photofusion that stocks photographic paper, film, chemicals and materials.

Brut and Brut cocktails and food.


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