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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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EFG London Jazz Festival comes to Wood Green

Karamel in Coburg Road Wood Green is being recognised as a hot bed of new Jazz talent as it becomes one of this year’s new venues for the EFG London Jazz Festival. Jazz programmer Preeti Dasgupta explains: “Karamel is an awarding winning restaurant. It has a really friendly atmosphere which ...
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N22 Open Studios is around the corner

We Create Wood Green images and photocredit: Karen Whiteread It’s that time of year again when N22 artists and makers open their studios to the public for a weekend packed full of art and creativity. This year’s public art event features 100 artists across 4 locations, 3 exhibitions, the launch ...
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CAN’T BE WHAT YOU CAN’T SEE – EXHIBITION

REIMAGINING THE UNTOLD STORIES OF 5 PROMINENT BAME BRITISH WOMEN THROUGH THE LENS OF 50 BAME BRITISH WOMEN CREATIVES.  ‘Can’t Be What You Can’t See’ Exhibition debuts on 2nd November 2019. This exhibition offers a response to how Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women of today interpret and react ...
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A voice for young people in Haringey

Collage Voices offers young people in Haringey the opportunity to participate in weekly performing and media arts programme where they create work based on ideas and concerns that interest them.  It is open to everyone, age 8-18, regardless of previous experience.  From September 2019 weekly sessions will cost just £2 ...
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Latest e-news Autumn 2019

Well first of all, a fantastic exhibition of Photography taken in Africa by Esther Serrano opens at Karamel on 17 September with accompanying masterclasses in October. N22 Open Studios back again! Our 23rd edition - an event where over 100 artists and designer-makers open their doors to the public in 4 buildings, with 3 exhibitions and the launch of our newest studios at Artspace 5.  ...
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Big Issue feature on the Emerge festival – among | bright | lights & Collage Arts

The Big Issue and arts heritage charity Culture 24 have partnered up with Collage Arts on a new groundbreaking creative arts festival EMERGE that is showcasing young emerging artists, bands, poets and performers across 50 iconic places in London over one weekend in September. We are delighted to have been featured in one of ...
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CREUS trainers in action

CREUS - aka - creative learning in unconventional spaces, is developing good practice tools and guides for mentors and trainers who use the arts and creativity to work with young people in unusual environments and non-formal settings outside of the classroom, for example, theatres, recording studios, outdoor spaces.  Collage Arts lead the project ...
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