Collage Arts


PramDepot - Spotlight on Asylum

Spotlight on Asylum Festival

PramDepot presents Spotlight on Asylum, a two-month exhibition of events, which will be running at Karamel from 7th September until 20th November 2018. Bringing together artists, poets, comedians, campaigners and politicians, the festival will use the arts as a way of engaging audiences and shining a light on the experiences of the ...
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Clock Your Skills – Digital Boot Camps

CLOCK YOUR SKILLS DIGITAL BOOT CAMP 1 @ UCL From digital to physical ROBOTS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES Come and learn some practical digital skills including how to build and programme robots with Rae Harbird from UCL, some other guest contributors, Claudia Matera, a CLOCK expert working in ...
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Talent Matching Europe, one of the follow-on Erasmus+ projects with six of the ECLN network partner organisations held its final conference in Macedonia at the Skopje Museum of Contemporary Arts last month. One of the project outcomes was shared and disseminated with conference attendees. The Fomentor Manual is a good ...
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Autumn Masterclasses announced

We have superb tutors to work with this Autumn on both our courses and masterclasses. Check out our new website (keeping in mind it is still a work in progress) for all our Autumn listings!   Guardian Journalist Pat Devereaux, Flash Fiction Maestro David Gaffney, and Faber New Poet ...
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Save the date – N22 Open Studios 2018

Our next OPEN STUDIOS will be on the weekend of 29-30 September 2018. Discover the world of art & be inspired by local artists, makers & creatives From abstracts, portraits,, landscapes and prints to photography, ceramics, sculpture, jewellery, textiles.... and much more!   Fun facts: 22 years of showcasing artists, events and ...
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Tim Stocks: My Kaleidoscope

Collage Arts are proud to introduce local artist Tim Stock's first solo exhibition at Karamel – ‘Tim Stocks: My Kaleidoscope’.  Tim has built up a stunning collection of work all of which are in his unique style of Naive Art. Often compared to big comic book style illustrations, Tim works ...
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Creative Writing - Develop your inner voice

Develop your Inner Voice and Writing Style

Creative Writing with Nadifa Mohamed  (Tuesdays) 29th May, 5th June, 12th June, 19th June, 26th July, 3rd July 10.30am-1pm at the Writing Room, Chocolate Factory 3.   Do you have an imaginative or fascinating story to tell but have not yet developed your voice and written it down? Through a ...
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A sense of place

Collage Arts responds to the Wood Green Area Action Plan The completion of the Wood Green Area Action Plan is a unique opportunity to recommitment to the concept of the Cultural Quarter to create a real sense of place in the locality with a distinct and unique personality in a ...
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Comic Connections: Ideas that draw people together

How graphic-led stories inspire change The 9/11 Commission Report runs to some 429 pages of closely typed text. It is a synthesis of thousands of interviews and the review of millions of pages of evidence. Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colón reworked the evidence in the report using their skills as ...
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Sharpen your Pencils!

Collage Arts are thrilled to announce that Arts Council England has awarded us funding to carry out a full year's programme of literary activities at our wonderful new HQ, the Writing Room, at Chocolate Factory 3!  All details are on the Haringey Literature Live website and we will be posting updates and invitations regularly! ...
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CEPS Talent Matching in Spain

Call for an External Evaluator

We are seeking to commission an External Evaluator for Talent Matching Europe, to review the outcomes of the erasmus+ project and assess the potential for future development and validation of the role of a vocational mentor in the Creative Industries.  For further information please contact Trevor Burgess  Proposals to ...
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Councils must recognise the creative and economic contribution that artists bring to their areas

Councils must recognise the creative and economic contribution that artists bring to their areas, writes Susan Rosenberg in a letter to the Guardian. Susan Rosenberg has been an artist with Collage Arts and resident of the Chocolate Factory for 20 years.  In a recent artists meeting with local MP Catherine West and ...
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