Brighton DIY Art Market

DIY Art Market functions as an affordable space for a diverse group of artists, designers, collectives, and publishers, to exhibit, engage with the public, share experiences, opportunities, and sell there artwork. This event showcases a curated selection of over 60 emerging artists, exhibiting alongside some more established, all from a wide range of artistic backgrounds, all of whom demonstrate an innovative approach to their practise. Items for sale can include, art prints, ceramics, zines & independent publications, illustration, risograph prints, lo-fi sculptures, jewellery, sewn items, self taught art, comics, custom tees, homemade cassettes, screen prints, and artist books. DIY Art Market is a great place to discover an eclectic range of original items, and buy them direct from the artist. Exhibitors: Applying Take the time to look at the kind of artwork we exhibit before applying, make sure your artwork has a similar aesthetic to the rest of the artwork on our website. Please email with a link to your website or email at least three jpgs. We will contact you if we think it is a good match. Exhibitors: Website: Twitter: @diyartmarket Instagram: @diyartmarket Email:

The Old Market, Brighton, United Kingdom

Brighton Diy Art Market...

The Old Market


26 Nov


Etsy Made Local 2017 - Bristol

Join us for Etsy Made Local 2017: Bristol at MShed Bristol on 2nd December. You will find a whole host of incredible local artists, crafters, makers and sellers, with a huge range of products for sale. Illustration, homeware, clothing, art, stationery, ceramics, knitwear, jewellery, cosmetics... we will be bursting with local talent! Not forgetting a pop-up festive cafe, some good old Christmas tunes and the rest of the MShed to explore once you\'ve had your shopping fill. Follow the event for seller highlights, sneak previews and more exciting announcements. See you in December!

M Shed, Bristol, United Kingdom

Etsy Made Local 2017 - ...

M Shed


02 Dec

Christmas Memorial Service

Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust extends a warm and open invitation to everyone to join us for a memorial service to remember loved ones at Christmas. The Service will be conducted by Fr Steven Hawkins. There will be an opportunity to light a candle in remembrance during the service and to write a message to hang on our Christmas tree on the terrace at the Atrium caf afterwards. The service will be held in Arnos Vale Cemetery Anglican Chapel We hope you will be able to join us. The Atrium caf will be open from 10.00am until 4.00pm serving lunches & refreshments as usual. Booking

Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol, United Kingdom

Christmas Memorial Serv...

Arnos Vale Cemetery


16 Dec

Macmillan White Christmas Dip

2017 registrations now open!!! Before you overindulge on Turkey, Christmas pud and sweets, why not take a morning dip in the sea and help raise money for Macmillan Caring Locally! This year will be their 10th year, having raised over 100,000 over the years and are hoping to have 1,000 people charge into the sea with them this year in their finest fancy dress. You charge into the sea at Boscombe Pier at 10:30am on Christmas day, anyone can join in the fun all they ask is for a charitable donation to Macmillan Caring locally, of which can be paid through their easy to use website where you can register for this years dip! Macmillan Caring Locally, provide the terminally ill with specialist palliative care in Bournemouth, Poole & Christchurch. To take part in the event please register via the White Christmas Dip website. Minimum sponsorship of 5 is required, with the hope that you will also raise as much money as possible through sponsorship. The event takes place at Boscombe Pier in Bournemouth and is open to all ages. You will need to sign in between 9.45am and 10.00am on Christmas morning with the dip taking place at 10.30am.

Out & About, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Macmillan White Christm...

Out & About


25 Dec


National Television Awards 2018 At The O2 Arena

The National Television Awards celebrate their 23rd year as Britains leading awards show featuring the nations most popular TV stars plus exclusive live music and special guest performances. A champion of viewer power, the NTA is unique on UK TV as the only TV ceremony where all the winners are chosen exclusively by the public via a huge nationwide poll. An NTA is TVs most coveted award and last year nearly 7 million votes were cast. The results are revealed live at the NTAs in January and the event is always spectacular.

The O2, Greenwich, London, United Kingdom

National Television Awa...

The O2, Greenwich


24 Jan

Video Jam X Basquiat

Video Jam bring together artists from either side of the Atlantic for an evening of short films with original live soundtracks all inspired by the life and works of Jean-Michel Basquiat. The audio-visual producers Video Jam curate events which combine film and live music in response to a site or theme, and on this occasion have responded to the massive cultural impact of Basquiat who is the subject of Boom for Real in our Art Gallery this autumn. All presenting new work, NYC-based filmmakers and musicians from the UK have been carefully selected, taking into consideration Basquiats relationship to TV, film and music, and placing him within the wider context of the time. The film work covers a diverse range of genres - hand drawn animation, essay film, narrative, video art and more, while the musicians chosen including the Mercury Prize winning Young Fathers and the Afro-tinged Ibibio Sound Machine reflect Basquiats wide ranging musical tastes, from Bebop and Jazz to Hip Hop and experimental Noise.

Barbican Centre, London, United Kingdom

Video Jam X Ba

Barbican Centre


28 Jan


John Cale (2018-1964): A Futurespective

Nimbly navigating both the Experimental and Pop worlds, John Cale performs a career-spanning set with help from the London Contemporary Orchestra. Since before his time as the Velvet Undergrounds Avant-Gardist-in-residence, Cale has been a totally uncompromising artist, embracing manifold musical approaches across his remarkable career. Tonight, joined by the LCO and the House Gospel Choir, he\'s exploring the enormous scope of his musical output; playing selections from the Velvet Underground, the proto-minimalist songs of The Dream Syndicate his collaboration with La Monte Young and others and the richly enigmatic music from his landmark solo albums. His is a difficult career to summarise succinctly who else could have collaborated with both Terry Riley and the Happy Mondays? Hes a Classical composer and Pop genius; virtuosic violist and vitriolic RocknRoller; moody Drone artist and pastoral Welsh songwriter. Produced by the Barbican in association with Convergence

Barbican Centre, London, United Kingdom

John Cale (2018-1964): ...

Barbican Centre


09 Mar

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