Thursday Late:
STRETCH, SHAPE, SHIFT

Thurs 30 Aug 2018
6 - 9pm
LONDON: AUTOGRAPH

Free

About the Event

A special late opening at Autograph's Shoreditch gallery, join us for an inclusive evening of exhibitions, food, DJs and more.

Using fabric, tape, sculpture, projection, painting and drawing, Stretch, Shape, Shift is an immersive art installation on for one night only - created by artists from Create Day Centre, Headway East London and Apasen with Charlotte Hollinshead.

Enjoy free Caribbean food from 6pm (until it runs out) and music from accessible clubnights group Bubble Club Collective with DJs DJ4BLUE and T-WAY. You can also see our current exhibitions Omar Victor Diop: Liberty / Diaspora and Arpita Shah: Purdah - The Sacred Cloth. 

AUTOGRPH

Rivington Place
London
EC2A 3BA

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music by

Bubble Club Collective

- a group of people who have and don't have learning disabilities.



Food by

First Choice Caribbean Hut Lunches

The very best in delicious home-cooked Jamaican food!



What's on

Omar Victor Diop: Liberty / Diaspora

Free exhibition 

What's on

See the exhibition by Arpita Shah

Purdah - The Sacred Cloth



EVERYONE IS WELCOME

Autograph is fully accessible, with step free access from the street, and a lift to all floors.

We welcome children, when accompanied by an adult.

Have any questions about your visit? We would love to hear from you:

Email: info@rivingtonplace.org Phone: 020 7749 9200



AT THE EVENT

Ground floor
Studio: Stretch, Shape, Shift art installation
Gallery 1: Omar Victor Diop exhibition
Yard: Food, cash bar, and outdoor seating area
DJs DJ4BLUE and T-WAY
Information desk
Free lockers
Baby change facilities
Accessible toilets

Second floor
Gallery 2: Arpita Shah exhibition
Accessible toilets

Part of our programme exploring disability, neuro-diversity and rights – relating to creative practice, in partnership with Project Art Works.

FIND OUT MORE

Visit the EXPLORERS website



DOWNLOAD

Download the flier for Stretch, Shape, Shift,

Co-designed by Bubble Club Promotions

 

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IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

EXPLORERS project, delivered by Project Art Works, a three-year programme of art and conversation working with 12 national art organisations. The EXPLORERS programme is informed and led by neurodiverse communities, placing them at the heart of social, civic and cultural activity. Based in Hastings, Project Art Works is the UK’s leading artist led organisation working with children, young people and adults who have complex support needs.

Supported using public funding by Arts Council Englane
Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
Project Art Works
Explorers Project