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Peckham Craft Weekend | Copeland Gallery 10-13 May

Intoart artists, Mawuena Kattah, Yoshiko Philips, Philomena Powell, Andre Williams and Clifton Wright have been selected to show works at Peckham Craft Weekend. A curated display of contemporary craft at Peckham’s Copeland Gallery. Showcasing the work of 30+ makers, all works are displayed in thoughtful still lives, mixing medias and giving visitors the chance to imagine how objects might work in their own homes. Private view takes place on Thursday 10 May, exhibition runs through to Sunday 13 May.

For more information about Peckham Craft Weekend click HERE

Copeland Gallery Unit 9I | Copeland Park | 133 Copeland Road | SE15 3SN

 

Intoart feature in Crafts Magazine May | June Issue

The May | June 2018 issue of Crafts Magazine is out now, with a six page feature about Intoart, including the move to our new space at Peckham Levels and a close up look at the work of Ntiense Eno Amooquaye, Mawuena Kattah and Clifton Wright. Published by the Crafts Council and available to buy online or UK wide bookshops, galleries and museums.

For more information and to order click HERE

Brick Brewery Mural Commission

Recently approached by our neighbours Brick Brewery, we have created the first large mural on the walls of their newly renovated Peckham Taproom. Intoart artists Andre Williams and Yoshiko Phillips worked collaboratively to combine illustrations of Baroque architecture and Classical sculptures with a vibrant summer colour palette, all in good time for the launch of Brick’s new Citrus Sours.

To see the mural click HERE

Pay Brick Brewery a visit to see the mural and enjoy one of their fantastic selection of craft beers.

Brick Brewery Tap Room | Arch 209, Blenheim Grove | London | SE15 4QL

Artist Audio Recorder Closing Event and Book Launch

Ntiense Eno Amooquaye Book Launch
The Saison Poetry Library at Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre
Tuesday 25th November
From 7.30pm, Film screening at 8pm

The event launches a new artists’ book that documents wide-ranging explorations of print, text, image and performance, with a foreword written by Chris McCabe, Poetry Librarian at The Saison Poetry Library.

Amooquaye has invited artist, Daniel Lehan to present responses to her new book for this special event and she will also screen a new short film.

Book on sale for a special launch price of £15

Following her first ever solo exhibition at The Saison Poetry Library earlier in the year, this event brings to a close Amooquaye’s installation of 40 bookmarks in the library’s loan collection.

To book a place, email sam@intoart.org.uk
Places are limited

For more information visit the Southbank Website

Launch of Intoart Artist Products

Artists from Intoart and the Board of Trustees invite you to the

Launch of Intoart Artist Products

House of Voltaire
Upstairs, 39 to 40 Albemarle St Mayfair, London W1S 4TE

Thursday 20th November
7 – 9pm

New products by Ruth Alemayehu, Ntiense Eno Amooquaye,
Mawuena Kattah and Andre Williams.
Made in limited editions and manufactured in the UK.

Forthcoming events in November

Live Archive Event, Tate Britain
Friday 14th November 6.30 – 8.30pm
Intoart presents Live Archive: An opportunity to engage with Intoart’s research and archive processes.

Following on from our first Live Archive event at Tate in 2013, we will be presenting the archive through two new films, artist presentations and opportunities to engage with elements of the archive first-hand.

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National Poetry Day, 2nd October 2014

Discover Artist editioned bookmarks by Ntiense Eno Amooquaye on the shelves of Saison Poetry Library, Southbank Centre until the end of 2014.

Following Ntiense Eno Amooquaye’s exhibition Hera Master Come Down at the Poetry Library, the artist has now placed 40 limited edition bookmarks into books in the library’s loan collection which can be taken home by library card holders.

Each bookmark is printed in a very limited run of five and are distinctive for Amooquaye’s combination of print, text and image. On the back of each bookmark is a question from the artist addressed to people finding them in the collection.

Visit the Poetry Library, Royal Festival Hall at Southbank Centre to explore the collection, borrow books and see if you’re one of the few leaving with a limited edition artwork.

Part of Artist Audio Recorder programme funded by Arts Council England Grants for the Arts