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What art says about us: An interview with Silent City

The link between activism and art is at the core of Silent City’s newest venture. We spoke with members Sally Mumby-Croft, Cara Nahaul and Emily Whitebread about their new project, and their plans for the collective.

Written by Jessica Furseth

The new publication from Silent City, page ‘Art and Activism’, visit web poses three key questions: Should art be separated from activism? Should art have a political value or function? […]

A review of Silent City, Part One: A Symposium on Climate Change

An exhibition that addressed the issue of climate change with a particular focus on its impact on the Third World: A reaction against exhibitions such as ‘Earth: Art of a Changing World’ hosted by the RA which tend to present a classless vision of ecological justice made in the West, prioritising the needs of the developed nations over all others.

Written by Max McCormick

Illustration of Peggy Sue by Antonia Parker. Peggy Sue have been around in various incarnations for sometime – previously accompanied by the Pirates – and it comes as a real […]

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Silent City Call for Artists, Filmmakers, Writers and Students

Written by Cara Nahaul, Emily Whitebread and Sally Mumby-Croft

The exhibition/symposium Silent City is “a reaction against shows such as the RA’s “Earth: Art of a Changing World” which have the tendency to “present the West as a vision […]

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The Silent Well: an interview with Douga

An interview with Johnny Winbolt-Lewis, the man behind the new record from Manchester based band Douga.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Douga by David Tolu Graham. Former member of Keith and Plank! drummer Johnny Winbolt-Lewis has released The Silent Well with his new band Douga. Much of the record was made […]

The making of Jesca Hoop’s City Bird video

An inspiring delve into the mind of Elia Petridis, creator of music videos for Jesca Hoop's singles The Kingdom and City Bird.

Written by Amelia Gregory

190809_theunthanks[1]thumb Illustration by Rob Fuzzard It was fitting that they transformed their faces to serious and focused, adiposity when the first notes were hit. They were deep in the hills […]

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Slam City Skates – Adrian Blanca Exhibition

Covent Garden, 17 July 2008

Written by Tanya Geddes

Free Range has been showcasing the very latest in design, pilule dosage photography, art and interiors for the last 8 weeks, giving fresh student talent a platform to strut their […]

Contort Yourself: Sounds From The City

Contort Yourself: Sounds From The City

The Black Lion, Manchester, 6 May 2007

Written by Christel Escosa

The last time I saw Final Fantasy was in the tiny Spitz venue. Tonight he is playing to full capacity at the Scala; word has clearly spread and expectations are […]

Review: The Jerwood Painting Fellowships

As Clare Mitten, Cara Nahaul and Corinna Till conclude their year as painting fellows at Jerwood Space, this exhibition shows how there’s plenty of scope for update to this classic art form.

Written by Jessica Furseth

Cara Nahaul – installation view The 2010 Jerwood Painting Fellowship provided Clare Mitten, health Cara Nahaul and Corinna Till with the opportunity to develop their practice, adiposity through £10, story […]

Swap ‘Til You Drop – Why Clothes Swapping is Good for You

Swishing - the art of swapping your clothes, at events and online, is fun, fashionable AND environmentally friendly…

Written by Claire Nelson

Claire Nelson is a writer with a steady addiction to tea and second-hand books. To fuel her tea habit she moved from New Zealand to the UK in 2005, medications […]

Hjaltalín – Interview

Yet another brilliant band from Iceland, this time the wonderfully orchestral Hjaltalín

Written by Ian Steadman

Claire Roberts The central premise of Silent City, treat the group comprised of artists Emily Whitebread, Cara Nahaul and Sally Mumby-Croft, whose first exhibition has just opened in Brick Lane, […]

Film Preview: Mauerpark, the documentary.

Save Green Spaces from the onslaught of Private Development. The short documentary Mauerpark examines the importance of saving an open free space in the place where the Wall once stood.

Written by Emily Whitebread

Emily Whitebread interviews Francesca Weber-Newth and Sally Mumby-Croft about their recently completed short documentary film: Mauerpark. Mauerpark [‘Wall Park’] lies on the former ‘no man’s land’, visit this site which […]

Haiku Salut introduce the new video for Train Tracks For Wheezy, from album Tricolore

An enigmatic steam ride through the Canadian rockies accompanies the latest track to be released from current album Tricolore. Beautifully illustrated and explained.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Haiku Salut by George Morton* Baroque post pop girl band Haiku Salut release an eerily beautiful video to accompany ‘Train Tracks For Wheezy‘ from the Tricolore album on the How […]

Raw Talent University of the Arts Graduate Design Show: Review

Some great new creative talent was on show at the We.Create International student run exhibition, held at the Hoxton Gallery between 28-29th June 2013.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Last week I went along to the opening night of Raw Talent at the Hoxton Gallery in Shoreditch, hosted by We.Create International. Alongside strange goings on such as the sight […]

Stag and Dagger 2011 review: CocknBullKid, Our Mountain, Marques Toliver, James Yuill

The Stag and Dagger one night festival once more returned to Shoreditch this Thursday 19th May, and as usual it was a great opportunity to discover little known and up and coming talent. Here's what I found, including Ozzie supermodel Abbey Lee Kershaw on keys.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Abbey Lee Kershaw of Our Mountain, medical playing at the Stag and Dagger 2011. I started my Stag and Dagger journey at Camp on City Road, ampoule a grotty basement […]

Climate Change Documentary: Beyond the Brink

Amelia's Magazine interviews Ross Harrison, the young filmmaker behind Beyond the Brink

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

UK Uncut gathers on the South Bank on Saturday 26th March 2011. All photography by Amelia Gregory. Unless you have been living under a rock you will be aware that […]

UK Uncut, Green & Black Cross, Black Bloc & the March for the Alternative.

So, what does it all mean? I attempt to pick apart what happened on Saturday 26th March 2011, accompanied by loads of photos of beautiful creative banners and action.

Written by Amelia Gregory

EB&Flow

Emerging artists need all the support and advice they can get, but sadly this is not always provided when they need it the most. Step forward the new EB&Flow gallery, where the founders plan on doing things a little differently. Plus, an interview with scavanger extraordinaire Katie Louise Surridge whose work will feature in the opening show Since Tomorrow.

Written by Cari Steel

Pick Me Up Contemporary Graphic Art Fair 2011: Mokita Symposium

A panel of seven men sat down to answer the questions: Is commerce the only real context for illustration? Illustrator as Author, new paradigm or death of the discipline? and Do we need a theory of illustration? But what I wanted to know was: where were all the women in this discussion?

Written by Amelia Gregory

amos_plastic_workshop_london-portrait James Jarvis spoke at Mokita, approved where he was asked to address the role of illustration in commerce. The insights below have been put together from comments he made […]

A post Tin Tabernacle interview with Trevor Moss and Hannah Lou

An interview with Trevor Moss and Hannah Lou, in which they describe the making of the Tin Tabernacle tour video 11 Nights Under Tin, and what to expect next now that they have signed to Heavenly Recordings...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Jesca Hoop by Rebecca Strickson Jesca Hoop by Avril Kelly. I love Jesca Hoop‘s new song City Bird and the accompanying video so much so that I decided to get […]

Mary Katrantzou A/W 2011 by Lesley Barnes

London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou showed as part of Topshop New Gen at Billingsgate on Tuesday 22nd February 2011. Here's my review plus lots of lush illustrations.

Written by Amelia Gregory

thumb MFP MariaFrancescaPepe LFW A/W 2011. Illustration by Abby Wright. It was extremely dark in that first room. Save for a few lamps casting red strips of a blood-like glow. […]


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Silent City Collective present a Sunday Climate Change Documentary screening:

Sun 9th May 2010, 04:00pm – 08:00pm

The Rag Factory, 16 Heneage Street London E1 5LJ

Category: Art