Every year we work with some great projects and people to support them with the great work they do and this year is no exception. Being all about community, we want to encourage and support those amongst us, in particular in the creative arts and specifically with emerging artists.
So for 2017 we have partnered with Assembly Point, a new contemporary arts space encompassing a gallery and studios in London.
Established and run by collaborative artists James Edgar and Sam Walker, Assembly Point provides a platform for creative practitioners to develop and present their work to the wider public. Since Launching in June 2015 Assembly Point has established a community of creative practice through the on-site studios and a programme of projects including, exhibitions, publishing, performances, workshops and events.
Their new show Obscene Creatures and Resilient Terrains is an exhibition of new work by Eva Papamargariti and Theo Triantafyllidis. Both artists work with digital technologies to create 3D animated spaces and simulations. For this collaborative exhibition they bring together video, digital forms and printed material to explore ideas around landscape, nature and technology.
Opening on Thursday 11th May from 6 – 9pm
Get down and take a look for yourself
You can find Assembly Point at:
49 Staffordshire Street
London SE15 5TJ
Weds – Fri: 12–6pm
We are very excited to be back at London Brewers Market next week alongside a host of other excellent London Breweries. Housed at Old Spitalfields market it is a great venue to come and say hi, meet the team behind Brick,experience our beers and even visit Independent Label Market.
Come and join us, Saturday 1st April from 11am until 6.30pm
We are very excited to be at the London Drinker Beer and Cider Festival, which is running from 8th – 10th March 2017 at the Camden Centre, WC1.
There will be 250 London beers and we are sending some beauties on Cask and Keg.
In cask we have the Peckham Pale (4.5%) which has been going down a storm recently and has a ton of hop flavour and aroma. Another of our core beers, the Blenheim Black (6.5%) is being served in cask which is a rarity and has been specially racked off upon special request from the organisers.
There will also be 2 keg lines – The Pioneer IPA (6.5%) and the Red Brick Rye (5.0%).
The festival is being opened by award winning writer and broadcaster, Pete Brown plus there are tutored tastings throughout the festival.
For more information and tickets click here London Drinker Festival
Hope to see you there!
We have always felt supporting the local community is part of our DNA. Much of this support focuses on the creative arts so prominent in the Peckham area. So when BasicSpace approached us for support we could hardly refuse.
BasicSpace is a local site-sensitive theatre festival which, from 4-12th March, will be located in the Safehouses site of Peckham. In their second year the Safehouse will host everything from Shakespeare to George Orwell, house-warming drinks to environmental justice, letter writing to a man made of newspaper – they will have something for everyone. The Safehouse site provides the canvas for the fiercest imaginations, letting artists run wild and develop their work with a focus on being sensitive to their space.
We’re excited to be part of this creative forum. For more information on BasicSpace at the Safehouse and to book your tickets visit them at basicspace.yapsody.com
Twitter and Facebook: @basicspacefest
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