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Exhibitions:

Sophie Michael: Trip (the light fantastic)

11 July 16 - 30 October 16

TATE BRITAIN: ART NOW

Sophie Michael is a London-based artist-filmmaker who creates 16mm films that examine ideas around nostalgia and innocence.

 

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Richard Healy: Lubricants & Literature

28 September 16 - 5 November 16

TENDERPIXEL

An exhibition by Richard Healy which presents a series of new scultpures, a video installation and publication, exploring a moment of true magic in the tension between stasis and transformation.

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Jamian Juliano–Villani: The World’s Greatest Planet on Earth

30 September 16 - 11 December 16

STUDIO VOLTAIRE

A major new commission by Jamian Juliano-Villani, who's paintings are composed using appropriated images, personal photographs and reproductions of existing artworks

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Ryan Mrozoqski: Numb Tongue

6 October 16 - 12 November 16

ARCADE

87 Lever Street, EC1V 3RA

A solo exhibition by New York based artist Ryan Mrozowski.

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Events:

REcreative Film School 2016

28 August 16 - 8 October 16

RECreative Film School 2016

Sat 29 Oct, Sat 5, 12, 19, 26 Nov, 11-6pm, Free, South London Gallery

Deadline for submissions: 10am on Friday 7 October 2016

Are you a young filmmaker interested in learning about filmmaking, scriptwriting and film theory? Apply to take part in a five-day workshop, coinciding with Film Africa 2016 and led by Director Saeed Taji Farouky.  

The sessions will explore a range of film genres including: feature film, documentary and music video through practical workshops, screenings and talks by invited specialists working in the industry. The film school will enable participants to gain an understanding of the basic technical aspects of camera, gain hands-on experience and develop their own film style for telling stories with.
 
Participation in the REcreative Film School 2016 is free, but by application only and space on the course is limited. We are looking for students who are at the beginning of their film career, and in particular those who are from backgrounds which are underrepresented in the film industry.  Experience isn’t necessary but you need to have a passion to learn about film and a willingness to work together as a group.
 
Submission information:

  • Please complete the application form available to download here and email as a pdf to laura@southlondongallery.org no later than 10am on Friday 7 October;
  • We will notify you by Thursday 20 October if your submission has been successful.

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