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The Infinite Mix: A cultural collection

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A cultural taster menu, The Infinite Mix is a little bit of everything and it’s quite simply delicious. Reporter: Chloe Chapman | Sub-Editor: Yasmin Jeffery A new creative space, The Store at 180 The Strand, plays host to 10 unique audio-visual works of art in an exciting new exhibition. From multi-screen installations to 3D video, the artists have explored various historical and social themes that both challenge and alter the way we see and process visual images. The varying formats and non-linear approach to storytelling used by the artists keeps the spectators buzzing with excitement as works of art come to life and fill each room with a vibrant display. Set in a warehouse, the urban atmosphere is reflected by the graffiti covered walls and simple spray paint descriptions

A wacky workshop with Mike O’Meally

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An interesting and inspiring encounter with the world-renowned skateboarding photographer. Reporter: Chloe Chapman | Sub-Editor: Yasmin Jeffery On November 5, I was lucky enough to attend a unique photography workshop hosted by International photographer Mike O’Meally. In the urban underground location at the House of Vans in Waterloo, a group of aspiring photographers, skateboarding enthusiasts and fans of O’Meally gathered as he spoke about his latest exhibition, Mike O’Meally: 25 Years of Skate Photography, which is currently being showcased this month at the House of Vans. Unsure what to expect, I arrived and was shortly greeted by the man himself, 14 minutes late. “Not to worry guys, lateness is my greatness,” he simply stated and proceeded to get a cup of coffee and ca
Winter is coming… and so is the Game of Thrones exhibition

Winter is coming… and so is the Game of Thrones exhibition

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Looking for the perfect weekend activity? The new Game of Thrones exhibition is coming to London for one weekend only. Reporter: Cecilia Peruzzi | Sub-Editor: Holly Patrick Game of Thrones fans rejoice, for you might be back in Westeros sooner than you think! To celebrate the release of the season six DVD box set, a Game of Thrones exhibition is here for a fleeting visit in London. Open in Bethnal Green until the end of the weekend (honestly, how is that even enough?), the exhibition includes a collection of textiles, embroidery, costume designs, storyboards, and some pretty exciting stuff from behind the scenes. With costumes and jewellery worn by the show’s own Mother of Dragons on display (A.K.A. Daenerys Targaryen, played by Emilia Clarke) and Columbia Flower Market and

Guerrilla Girls – is it worse in Europe? Exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery

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With over 100 street projects, posters and stickers all over the world – including a comfortably large display at the Tate Modern - the feminist activist artists, Guerrilla Girls, are tackling an ongoing fear with their latest exhibition: rejection. Reporter: Anisha Chowdhury | Sub-Editor: James Brookes Taking over the Whitechapel Gallery in London’s East End, the collective have contacted galleries from across the world to find out why women are so underrepresented in the art world. The walls are plastered with correspondence from the group’s emails to other galleries. Simple messages with questions about the female artists within those organisations, if there were any. Empty emails that avoided answering anything directly. Rejection and reluctant cooperation are rife among them
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