Embark on a stunning journey through space with Otherworlds: Visions of our Solar System, a new photographic exhibition at the Natural History Museum, running from 22 January until 15 May 2016.
The first of five ultra violet art murals appear across London as part of a collaboration between Sony Mobile and a series of street artists including Dan Kitchener, to bring to life the low light photography capabilities of its Xperia Z3 smartphone.
Material Memories, a textiles arts exhibition telling the unique personal stories of people with sight and hearing impairments from the local community is opening at the Islington Museum on 14 May.
Artist Gerald O’Connell and students at St Mungo’s Broadway Recovery College, London, have teamed up for a new project to raise funds and awareness about homelessness.
Restoration theatre was a revolution in itself, staged anywhere that was available – from disused tennis courts to ancestral family homes. In light of this, forward thinking theatre company Go People are bringing John Vanbrugh’s The Provoked Wife to intimate venues across London; and see they have an amazing opportunity to explore a revival of this idea, making new and unusual spaces our playground in the delivery of a brilliantly alternative theatrical experience.
The eagle-eyed art aficionados of the south west and beyond will have recognised the presence of a somewhat insolent looking woman popping up hither and thither. The image in question is that Greedy Gwen, who’s been at the National Original Print Exhibition at the Bankside Gallery in London in September 2014; the RWA show in Bristol, and has now made her way to the cover of Ma Bain‘s latest album.
MIRRORCITY, at the Hayward Gallery on London’s Southbank shows recent work and new commissions by key emerging and established artists working in the London today who seek to address the dilemmas, realities and consequences of living in a digital age.