Events

04Sep

MUSIC HACKSPACE 2018 Programmes

September 4, 2017-  December 31, 2018 |  Free
Music Hackspace continue their unique programme of workshops, free artist talks, software sessions and one-off events to Somerest House Studios as part of a two year residency. Music Hackspace is a platform for experimenting and interacting with sound and technology. Incorporating diverse methodologies and aiming to create an open playground and exchange of ideas and sounds that embraces new and old technologies. Newly available open source platforms, both hardware and software, are granting far wider accessibility to new interactions with music and audio that has not been possible before. It’s with these technologies that Music Hackspace base their programme of...
Event Opening Tomorrow
tate lates
23Feb

Uniqlo Tate Lates February

February 23, 2018 |  Free
2018 marks 100 years since the Representation of the People Act, which granted some women the right to vote for the first time in British parliamentary elections. Our February Uniqlo Tate Lates will celebrate women in the arts with a vibrant mix of art, music, film, drop in workshops, pop up talks and street food.  
Event Opening Soon
24Feb

Feminism & Tech: Feminist Consciousness

February 24, 2018 |  Free
We open this year’s Feminism & Tech series with a focus on the importance of Feminist Consciousness in the conversation, with an introduction to the concept of Consciousness Raising (CR) and feminist critique of technology from Feminist Library’s* / Breaking the Frame’s** Gail Chester and Magda Oldziejewska. We are also inviting researchers from Met University, and speakers from inspirational #womenintech initiatives, including Inspiring Women’s*** Laura de Silva and AnitaB.org’s Assel Altayeva. We are inviting you to join the discussions and help us design new initiatives for tackling the problems that women still face in tech.   Schedule of the day:...
28Feb

Morning

February 28, 2018 |  Free
I remember listening to the reports coming out of West London last summer with disbelief and mounting dismay. Then on the morning of the 21st June 2017 I got the tube to Notting Hill Gate and walked up Kensington Park Road in the direction of Notting Dale. Nothing could have prepared me for what I saw there. It was a sunny London day, with barely a cloud in the sky. But it felt cold, there. Traumatised. The memory is still strong. It always will be. This zine and photographic installation are based on the pictures I took that morning. All...