Core is pleased to announce that we have re-invented ourselves since we closed our location in Deptford at the end of October 2011. The activities which made up Core Gallery – Exhibitions, DIY Educate and Engine Chat Chat will now be located at different sites and will be run independently. Each of our managing members have gone onto develop their own exciting initiatives based in the activities which happened in one incredible year at Core Gallery. Core Gallery fostered some amazing talent!
Here’s a run down of their new activities:
Rosalind Davis has partnered with Annabel Tilly to develop ZAP Zeitgeist Artist Projects. Home of DIY Educate and Show & Tell, ZAP offer two new programmes this year: Surviving After Art School and Creative Practice Seminars. ZAP, located in ASC Studios in New Cross Gate, also hosts an exhibition programme curated by Ros and Annabel. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Murton and Caroline Lambard have created ideas-matter-sphere an innovative initiative specializing in cross-disciplinary exhibitions and events. Join Liz and Caroline at their informal pub debates to engage in subject specific discussions related to art, science and the humanities. Contact them at email@example.com
Liz also continues with Engine Chat Chat hosted by ZAP Zeitgeist Artists Projects. Contact Liz at events(at)elizabethmurton.co.uk to book space for a peer crit review.
Gillian Best Powell is partnering with Nolia’s Gallery to create a new exhibition space at 60 Great Suffolk Street, four blocks away from Tate Modern. The inaugural exhibition is NEAR THE TATE featuring prints and drawing by Gillian and sculpture by Margaret Higginson. Watch this space for upcoming exhibitions, events and news.
Rebecca Projects, co-founded by Jane Boyer and Becky Hunter, is a full service arts consulting business offering writing services, individual coaching, and business consulting for independent arts organizations. Contact Jane for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org Jane is also curating This ‘Me’ of Mine an invitational exhibition of fifteen UK artists. It explores the issues of self in relation to context. Find out more at www.thismeofmine.wordpress.com