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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 …
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, Cara Nahaul and Corinna Till with the opportunity to develop their practice, through £10,000 each in prize …
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, ‘Art and Activism’, poses three key questions: Should art be separated from activism? Should art have a political value or function? Should art be …
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, playing at the Stag and Dagger 2011.
I started my Stag and Dagger journey at Camp on City Road, a grotty basement venue with minimal …
Make sure you vote in the UK Referendum on May 5th - Here is why I am saying Yes to Fairer Votes.Written by Silent City
Yes to Fairer Votes Vice-Chair Amisha Ghadiali wearing Ada Zanditon. Illustration by Sam Parr
On May 5th 2011, the United Kingdom will be asked – in the first referendum since …
Amelia's Magazine reviews "Eradicating Ecocide, Laws and governance to prevent the destruction of our planet" the new book by Barrister and Human Rights Lawyer, Polly Higgins.Written by Silent City
Book Jacket for Eradicating Ecocide,
What is Ecocide?
Has the formation of laws and legislation had unforeseen and possibly disastrous consequences?
Has the protection of the environment been abandoned by the …
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
Katie Louise Surridge, Another Level. Mixed media including reclaimed wood, glass flowers, taxidermied bird, flower pots.
Amidst the renovations and general detritus that inevitably comes when you do a top …
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
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 in touch with both Jesca and …
Emma Forrest has written a beautiful, moving and surprisingly funny account of mental illness. We went to Exmouth Market to hear her read to a spellbound audience.Written by Jessica Furseth
Illustration by Stephanie Thieullent
‘I’m unhappy about my Wellingtons,’ Emma Forrest says as she makes her way through the packed bookshop. ‘I thought it was going to rain and then it …
After yesterday's post on fabulous Christmas songs, here Helen Martin asks contributors of Amelia's Magazine: What's your favourite Christmas song and why?Written by Helen Martin
Illustration by Lorraine Nam
Back with post two on Christmas music. I hope post one was enlightening. Now let’s see what the chaps at Amelia’s Magazine love to listen to at …
The Cinematic Orchestra with The London Metropolitan Orchestra and Heidi Vogel – Live at The Royal Albert Hall, November 2010
A Review of The Cinematic Orchestra Live at The Royal Albert Hall, November 14. Featuring an interview with their vocalist, Heidi VogelWritten by Helen Martin
Independent record label, Ninja Tune’s 20th birthday. They celebrate with a night at The Royal Albert Hall with The Cinematic Orchestra playing their music LIVE on stage.
Delve into the corridors of Blythe House and stumble into a small but perfectly formed lexicon of dressWritten by Sally Mumby-Croft
Conformist Illustration by Marnie Hollande
Blythe House, once a colossal bustling post office savings bank full of clerks’ activity now stands (almost) empty as a memorial to times past. Currently …
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
Untitled (CCD) by Claire Roberts (detail)
The central premise of Silent City, the group comprised of artists Emily Whitebread, Cara Nahaul and Sally Mumby-Croft, whose first exhibition has just opened in …
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’, which separated Berlin for 27 …
A sombre and bewitching back-to-basics musical outing, best experienced after dark…Written by Kat Phan
The first time I encountered Rufus Wainwright was at the O2 Wireless Festival in Hyde Park five years ago after a friend had cajoled me into joining her for a …
A review of the First Aid Kit at Union Chapel on 4th March 2010. With illustrations by Joanna Cheung.Written by Amelia Gregory
First Aid Kit by Joanna Cheung.
When I finish my interview with The Tiny in the dressing room of the Union Chapel I trot over to say hi to the First …
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 …
Part 1 of our art editor’s coverage of United Underground 2, a music, art and activism event that ran all day last Saturday at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.Written by Valerie Pezeron
All photographs courtesy of Matthew Gonzalez Noda
Valerie Pezeron: Tell me about the event today?
Chantelle Fiddy: It’s a new style of club night. The idea is to bring together music, art …
NS Harsha and Chen Chieh at Rivington Street, East LondonWritten by Sally Mumby-Croft
An East London gem, Rivington Place constantly succeeds in delivering aesthetic art with a hidden political punch and the current show is no exception. Currently on display is NS Harsha’s …
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