We are delighted to announce that the 21st edition of Bow Open Studios. Across Friday 17 & Saturday 18 June 2016, the open studios will showcase the work of over 150 of our studio artists based at Bow Road.
A highlight of the arts calendar and one of the most vibrant and well attended arts events in London, Bow Open Studios is a fantastic opportunity for members of the public, curators and collectors to explore a vast and diverse selection of work and to meet some of east London's brightest emerging and established artists. With an average attendance of over 2,000 people, #BowOpen is also a celebration of all things Bow, featuring live music, pop-up food stalls provided by vegan/veggie heroes Falafel Time, an arts/makers market, bars, exhibitions, workshops and more throughout the weekend. All of our open studios events are free entry. Just turn up & we'll see you there!
What's On at Bow Open Studios 2016
|Friday 17 June 6pm - 9pm||Saturday 18 June 1pm - 6pm|
|6:00pm Studios open||1:00pm Studios & Gallery open|
|6:00pm Nunnery Gallery #BowOpen private view||1:30pm Curated studios tour 1|
|7:15pm Speeches in the Nunnery Gallery||3:00pm Curated studios tour 2|
|7:30pm Brixton Dub Collective (Live)||3:00-4:00pm Performance art in the courtyard|
|9:00pm Studios close||4:30pm Curated studios tour 3|
|9:15pm Brixton Dub Collective (Live)||5:00pm Film Screening and Q&A|
|10:00-11:00pm Music til close||6:00pm Studios close|
Fancy checking the artists out ahead of time? For a full list of artists based at Bow Road please see here
Studio tours! As part of Saturday's #BowOpen events, Sophie Hill, Nunnery Gallery Director will be hosting guided tours around the Bow Road studios at 1:30pm, 3:00pm & 4:30pm. Click here to reserve your place
As part of the London Festival of Architecture, Bow Arts and Delvendahl Martin Architects will present a screening of a short film about creative workspace in London. The screening will be followed by a Q & A and discussion live in the courtyard, with a panel including Marcel Baettig of Bow Arts, Nikolai Delvendahl and Eric Martin of Delvendahl Martin Architects, Emma Crouch and some of the creative practitioners interviewed for the film. Click here to find out more
Stay up to date with #BowOpen via our Twitter page @BowArts or on the website here.
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