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Revolution – A night of Theatre, Music and Poetry

On December 11, 2019, Posted by , In Blog,Collage Voices, By ,,, , With Comments Off on Revolution – A night of Theatre, Music and Poetry

Performers and practitioners from across stage and screen are gathering at Karamel Restaurant at Collage Arts for Revolution to raise money for a memorial fund in honour of an “inspirational” young man. The trust fund is to support aspiring young performers following the death of actor Kieran Taylor. The 32-year-old died…

AND THE DOOR OPENED – EXHIBITION

On November 17, 2019, Posted by , In Blog, With Comments Off on AND THE DOOR OPENED – EXHIBITION

Come and join us for the launch of ‘And The Door Opened’, a ceramic project by Collage Arts artist Claudia Clare in partnership with Women @the Well, on the 25th of November at Artspace 4. Women @the Well is a women-only service located in Kings Cross dedicated to supporting women…

Opening of our new Studio Spaces – 03

On November 14, 2019, Posted by , In Blog, By ,,,,, , With Comments Off on Opening of our new Studio Spaces – 03

Over many years the Big Issue Foundation has been a key supporter of Collage Arts, helping us to house artists and community organisations. Here, Oliver Waddington Ball, from The Big Issue, cuts the ribbon watched by the team at John Dewey Specialist College.  We love the fact that in the…

Opening of our new Studio Spaces – 02

On November 13, 2019, Posted by , In Blog, By ,,,,, , With Comments Off on Opening of our new Studio Spaces – 02

Meeting of minds and movement with Patience James and North London Aikido Dojo. 17 other people cut ribbons at Collage Artspace 5 but only Patience James cut loose. What else would you expect from one of our leading choreographic talents?  Patience James cuts a ribbon held by members of North London Aikido…

Opening of our new Studio Spaces – 01

On November 12, 2019, Posted by , In Blog,Events,Featured Artists,News, By ,,,,, , With Comments Off on Opening of our new Studio Spaces – 01

Photographed: Anthony Procopi director of formal wear at TM Lewin stands next to Richard Peacock who produced designs for pocket-handkerchiefs for TM Lewin. With fellow artists Sirpa Pajunen-Moghissi and Gabrielle Eber.  Photo Credit: Wajiha Ahad  @WTAhad Why did we use a yellow ribbon to celebrate the opening of our new studio spaces in Wood…

BAME women’s place in history reclaimed by this new exhibition

On November 7, 2019, Posted by , In Blog, With Comments Off on BAME women’s place in history reclaimed by this new exhibition

Over the past eleven months 50 BAME (Black, Asian and ethnic minority) women have been engaged in workshops at Collage Arts creatively responding to the lives of five historical BAME women. The result is an exhibition called Can’t Be What You Can’t See,’ which re-imagined a future where women of…