The theme of this year "Art Guerrilla Anytime" invites artists to think about regaining sovereignty in space with art. Including exhibitions or platforms for dialogue of urban space, in any medium, size, and number, dealing with various perspectives on social events, political issues, community public space, art ecology of Hong Kong. In times of tightening control of freedom, we will never be silent.
Date: June 16 to July 15
Work featuring in NERVE - Issue Three: Progress
" Age is not a timeline and success is not linear.
I wanted to explore the ways in which we find this balance, and start a conversation about how we cope with these pressures and how they can be damaging." by Editor - Beth
A 68-page, perfect bound, A5 print zine platforming the voices of womxn, NB and trans people, exploring the theme of progress.
⚬Dot⚬Dot-Dash has it's largest update yet! 30 new artists from around the world have joined the exhibition. Visit https://www.surfacegallery.org/dotdot-dash-gallery to see the show, featuring artworks by artists exploring contemporary mark-making through lines, dots, marks, patterns and more. Refresh the exhibition page and the artworks will be reordered, giving a new insight.
We will soon be doing spotlights and interviews on the artists, so stay turned for in-depth content. Please take the took to explore their websites and artist statements, to learn about their creative practices.
Filler Zine - 03: THE EARTH ISSUE
52 pages of eco-anxiety inspired art, design and words
designed by Holly Eliza Temple
printed on recycled paper stock and saddle stitched
"Here’s Filler, a zine about food and mental health. This is the Earth Issue, with features on how eco-anxiety is affecting our lives. While government and big business sit on their hands or actively continue bad practices, we must look again at our relationship to the earth. " by raremags
featuring work by Hannah Michelle Bayley / Ffion Taverner / Kath Lovett / Ben Russell / Winnie Chan / Kio Griffith / Amrit Randhawa / Lauren Spragg / Beverley Irving-Edwards / Polly Smith / Dawn Woolley / Sampy Sicada / Thomas Vallianatos
The Art of Caring 2019 is the fourth collaboration between C&I, Kingston University and The Arts Project, and includes artwork from more than 30 exhibitors including members of the local community, service users, self-taught, professional and outsider artists inspired by thoughts, ideas and feelings related to the theme Health for All.
The 5th year of The Art of Caring is needed more than ever to show support for Nurses, Carers, and the NHS to help celebrate International Nurses Day.