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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

Open Studios at Studio Voltaire

Open Studios at Studio Voltaire
Friday 8th August 6-9pm, Saturday 9th August 12-6pm

Intoart opens it’s Live Archive Space for this year’s Studio Voltaire Open Studio’s.
Our Live Archive includes a growing collection of over 1500 original artworks and research relating to the Intoart studio, exhibitions and events created by Intoart and people we work with.

We are also displaying a selection of recent work alongside an opportunity to buy Intoart’s Print Editions and products.

Join us on the Saturday afternoon at 3pm for an informal screening of short films from the Intoart Live Archive.

NPO investment in Intoart by Arts Council England

Intoart has been successfully awarded a significant increase in its National Portfolio funding from Arts Council England for 2015–18.

This timely investment recognises Intoart’s achievements and endorses our ambition to see people with learning disabilities accessing high quality art education and reaching their full potential as artists.

Current project: Drawing Tours of V&A Collections

We return to the V&A with six Intoart artists starting work on developing their own unique Drawing Tour of the museum’s collection. Based in a new pop-up studio in the V&A’s British galleries during June and July, we then move back to the Intoart studio to develop further work from the research undertaken on-site. The resulting six Drawing Tours will be shared with museum visitors and wider audiences in early 2015.

Bookmarks by Ntiense Eno Amooquaye

Artist editioned bookmarks by Ntiense Eno Amooquaye are now 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.

Placed by the artist in books from May 2014 until the end of the year.

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.