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SENSE #5 // AUDIO VISUAL EXPERIENCE IN COLOUR
May
23
to May 24

SENSE #5 // AUDIO VISUAL EXPERIENCE IN COLOUR

For its 5th edition, Sense presents an exploration of COLOUR with interactive installations, live sound performances, live visual performances and what it will evolve from that
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Contributors:

•• Colour Your City - Introduction to Colour
presentation
http://www.colouryourcity.com

•• Gaze Studios - 'Your Eye’s Motion by Luna'
interactive installation
https://gazestudios.myportfolio.com/

•• Aphra Shemza & Mowgli (Mowgli Art) - 'Polychromy'
installation
https://www.aphrashemza.co.uk

•• L'Aubaine (Laurie Bagno Di Aire) - 'Morocco'
live audiovisual performance
https://www.laubaine.net/

•• NullPointer Installations - 'Nexus'
spatial installation
https://vimeo.com/user97523496
https://vimeo.com/331667505


more TBA


Sense is an audio-visual platform that pushes boundaries, bringing multi-disciplinary art practitioners and creatives together to explore, reflect, and most importantly, connect through their work. Curated by Xuân Sinden, Patricia Puertas & Joel Smith.

Previous events have covered the theme of Perception, Rhythm and a one day Festival in collaboration with Hackney Wicked, Grow and Fear of Fluffing.

Sense #1: Perception https://vimeo.com/300784408
Sense #2: Rhythm https://vimeo.com/300785767
Sense #3: Planet Grow https://vimeo.com/300808699

We will be taking donations at the door to assist in covering performers and curation costs.

Suggested donation: £5

About Grow, Hackney

Grow is an independent bar, kitchen and creative space carved out of an old sausage factory by the River Lea in Hackney Wick. It is run as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business and works in partnership with local artists, musicians, DJ's and community groups.We sell a range of organic and craft drinks from the bar and the menu is seasonal and freshly prepared canalside. Events are free: from live jazz and blues, open deck reggae, open mic and art performances and festivals. Grow exists for music, art, food, conversation, community and belonging. Everyone is welcome.

Grow, 98C Main Yard, Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, E9 5LN.
Just two minutes walk from Hackney Wick Overground and 15 mins walk from Stratford.

Website http://www.growhackney.co.uk
Instagram, Twitter & Facebook Grow, Hackney

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LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // A SIDESHOW GROTESQUERIE: A BEAUTIFUL BODY HORROR VIDEO SHOW
Jan
13
6:30 PM18:30

LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // A SIDESHOW GROTESQUERIE: A BEAUTIFUL BODY HORROR VIDEO SHOW

A Beautiful Body Horror Video Show

We’re very excited to annouce we’re hosting the London Short Film Festival in January, alongside the ICARich Mix LondonRegent Street Cinema and Curzon Cinema Soho . On Sat 12 and Sun 13 January, the Air Draft returns to Grow and throughout the weekend, films and performances will be shown on this floating pavillion and inside Grow itself. Read our blog for the full programme of events.

ABOUT THIS PERFORMANCE (ON AIR DRAFT)

A programme of work by artist filmmakers whose work delves into manipulation of the human body, whether through animation or in real life, to create grotesque and stunning images which amaze and astound. We showcase work by Rachel MacLean, Ross Blake, David Lewandowski, Jasmine de Silva, Bart Hess, Nadia Lee Cohen, Monica Menez, Harriet Fleuriot &; Sarah Cockings.

FOOD & DRINK

You can also enjoy a range of organic, independent and fair-trade drinks and lunch from the guest vegan kitchen at this totally unique creative space by the River Lea in Hackney Wick.

From organic wines and Processco , mulled wine and cider, ales and a range of soft drinks including Kompassion Kumbucha and Rejuce, you can enjoy the views canal side in their winter garden or the inside space transformed from an old sausage factory.

Operating as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business, Grow has been created by local artists and social entrepreneurs and hosts a wide-range of events throughout the year.

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LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // INTENTIONAL COMMUNITY: THE ART OF LIVING AND THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
Jan
13
5:15 PM17:15

LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // INTENTIONAL COMMUNITY: THE ART OF LIVING AND THE SCIENCE OF LIFE

Intentional Community.jpg

We’re very excited to annouce we’re hosting the London Short Film Festival in January, alongside the ICARich Mix LondonRegent Street Cinema and Curzon Cinema Soho . On Sat 12 and Sun 13 January, the Air Draft returns to Grow and throughout the weekend, films and performances will be shown on this floating pavillion and inside Grow itself. Read our blog for the full programme of events.

ABOUT THIS FILM (ON AIRDRAFT)

Nick Jordan/Clara Casian, 2017, UK, 59’

A documentary portrait of Braziers Park School of Integrative Social Research (Braziers), a resident community and progressive college exploring co-existence, collective work and our place in nature. Centred upon insights from current residents and members, the film interweaves scenes of daily life with the natural features, architectural characteristics and diverse cultural history of the community.

Set in the wider context of intentional communities, sustainable living, and the economics ofpostcapitalism, Intentional Community explores the ‘sociobiological’ ideas of Braziers’ founders -psychiatrist Norman Glaister and educationalist Dorothy Glaister, who established the community in 1950 as a social experiment in group co-existence. Today, Braziers is the longest-running secular resident community in the UK, and hosts courses and festivals such as Supernormal.

Structured with a collaged, layered approach, the composite film makes correspondences between the past and present, combing interior and exterior spaces of the gothic manor house with material from Braziers’ archive of photographs, audio recordings and film; including scenes from a Situationist gathering in 1964, attended by writers Alexander Trocchi and Jeff Nuttall, artist John Latham and psychiatrist R.D. Laing. Intentional Community also explores Braziers’ links to the Common Wealth political party, the Order of Woodcraft Chivalry/Kibbo Kift and GrithFyrd peace camps, reflecting Braziers’ deep-rooted social values, progressive ideas on education, ecological awareness and pertinent links to the counterculture.

Original soundtrack score by Lord Mongo.

FOOD & DRINK

You can also enjoy a range of organic, independent and fair-trade drinks and lunch from the guest vegan kitchen at this totally unique creative space by the River Lea in Hackney Wick.

From organic wines and Processco , mulled wine and cider, ales and a range of soft drinks including Kompassion Kumbucha and Rejuce, you can enjoy the views canal side in their winter garden or the inside space transformed from an old sausage factory.

Operating as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business, Grow has been created by local artists and social entrepreneurs and hosts a wide-range of events throughout the year.

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LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // EXPRMNTL
Jan
13
4:00 PM16:00

LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // EXPRMNTL

EXPRMNTL

We’re very excited to annouce we’re hosting the London Short Film Festival in January, alongside the ICARich Mix LondonRegent Street Cinema and Curzon Cinema Soho . On Sat 12 and Sun 13 January, the Air Draft returns to Grow and throughout the weekend, films and performances will be shown on this floating pavillion and inside Grow itself. Read our blog for the full programme of events.

ABOUT THIS FILM (ON AIRDRAFT)

Brecht Debackere, 2016, Netherlands, 65’

Knokke, Belgium. A small mundane coastal town, home to the beau-monde. To compete with Venice and Cannes, the posh casino hosts the second World Festival of Film and the Arts in 1949, organized in part by the Royal Cinematheque of Belgium. To celebrate cinema’s 50 year existence, they put together a side programme showcasing the medium in all its shapes and forms: surrealist film, absolute film, dadaist film, abstract film. The side programme would soon become a festival in its own right called Exprmntl, dedicated to experimental cinema, and would become a mythical gathering of the avant-garde, championing Expanded Cinema and the integration of multimedia arts, music and non-cinema spaces. Exprmntl knew only five editions, in 1949, 1958, 1963, 1967 and 1974 but those five editions became known as the most legendary of all experimental film festivals.

The documentary Exprmntl tells the story of experimental film through the history of this festival, a history which tells us how we came to understand what we watch, a history which questions the very nature of film and how a big part of how we understand our world relies on the very nature of moving images, very much in line and a source of inspiration for LSFF’s programming.

FOOD & DRINK

You can also enjoy a range of organic, independent and fair-trade drinks and lunch from the guest vegan kitchen at this totally unique creative space by the River Lea in Hackney Wick.

From organic wines and Processco , mulled wine and cider, ales and a range of soft drinks including Kompassion Kumbucha and Rejuce, you can enjoy the views canal side in their winter garden or the inside space transformed from an old sausage factory.

Operating as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business, Grow has been created by local artists and social entrepreneurs and hosts a wide-range of events throughout the year.

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LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // A SIDESHOW GROTESQUERIE: LONE TAXIDERMIST PERFORMS TRIFLE
Jan
12
7:30 PM19:30

LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // A SIDESHOW GROTESQUERIE: LONE TAXIDERMIST PERFORMS TRIFLE

TRIFLE.jpg

We’re very excited to annouce we’re hosting the London Short Film Festival in January, alongside the ICARich Mix LondonRegent Street Cinema and Curzon Cinema Soho . On Sat 12 and Sun 13 January, the Air Draft returns to Grow and throughout the weekend, films and performances will be shown on this floating pavillion and inside Grow itself. Read our blog for the full programme of events.

ABOUT THIS PERFORMANCE (ON AIR DRAFT)

Fresh from the twisted machinations and fertile imagination of Cumbrian-born, London-dwelling artist and seer Natalie Sharp, Lone Taxidermist’s debut album Trifle is a gallery of grotesquerie not recommended for either the nervous of disposition or lactose intolerant. Arriving from a nocturnal world of sex and skullduggery, these irreverent and outlandish ditties exist on a unique psychic realm in which the profane and profound happily step out together on the lash - a collision between the high-maintenance and the kitchen sink that’s a feverish spectacle tobehold. The live experience of this musical and visual journey takes us into the unruly depths of sploshing, gender bending, food porn and squelchy mass ritual. Lone Taxidermist’s utterly bizarre and otherworldly dominatrix tactics, all wrapped up in plastic, turn audiences members into exhibitionists.

Invariably on the lookout for new and surreal dimensions of expression, Sharp’s malicious metier lurks somewhere between the eldritch diva manifestations of Diamanda Galas and the wry reflections of Victoria Wood, yet equally driven by a magpie spirit and conceptual chutzpah redolent of Leigh Bowery and an acidic wit damaged by John Cooper Clarke. It’s a stylistic path that has led to her being increasingly over-subscribed as collaborative maverick of choice for a dizzying array of artists, including recent work with Jenny Hval and Gazelle Twin.

FOOD & DRINK

You can also enjoy a range of organic, independent and fair-trade drinks and lunch from the guest vegan kitchen at this totally unique creative space by the River Lea in Hackney Wick.

From organic wines and Processco , mulled wine and cider, ales and a range of soft drinks including Kompassion Kumbucha and Rejuce, you can enjoy the views canal side in their winter garden or the inside space transformed from an old sausage factory.

Operating as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business, Grow has been created by local artists and social entrepreneurs and hosts a wide-range of events throughout the year.

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LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // A SIDESHOW GROTESQUERIE: A BEAUTIFUL BODY HORROR VIDEO SHOW
Jan
12
5:45 PM17:45

LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // A SIDESHOW GROTESQUERIE: A BEAUTIFUL BODY HORROR VIDEO SHOW

A Beautiful Body Horror Video Show.png

We’re very excited to annouce we’re hosting the London Short Film Festival in January, alongside the ICARich Mix LondonRegent Street Cinema and Curzon Cinema Soho . On Sat 12 and Sun 13 January, the Air Draft returns to Grow and throughout the weekend, films and performances will be shown on this floating pavillion and inside Grow itself. Read our blog for the full programme of events.

ABOUT THIS PERFORMANCE (ON AIR DRAFT)

A programme of work by artist filmmakers whose work delves into manipulation of the human body, whether through animation or in real life, to create grotesque and stunning images which amaze and astound. We showcase work by Rachel MacLean, Ross Blake, David Lewandowski, Jasmine de Silva, Bart Hess, Nadia Lee Cohen, Monica Menez, Harriet Fleuriot &; Sarah Cockings.

FOOD & DRINK

You can also enjoy a range of organic, independent and fair-trade drinks and lunch from the guest vegan kitchen at this totally unique creative space by the River Lea in Hackney Wick.

From organic wines and Processco , mulled wine and cider, ales and a range of soft drinks including Kompassion Kumbucha and Rejuce, you can enjoy the views canal side in their winter garden or the inside space transformed from an old sausage factory.

Operating as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business, Grow has been created by local artists and social entrepreneurs and hosts a wide-range of events throughout the year.

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LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // ACTION SPACE
Jan
12
4:30 PM16:30

LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // ACTION SPACE

Action Space.JPG

We’re very excited to annouce we’re hosting the London Short Film Festival in January, alongside the ICARich Mix LondonRegent Street Cinema and Curzon Cinema Soho . On Sat 12 and Sun 13 January, the Air Draft returns to Grow and throughout the weekend, films and performances will be shown on this floating pavillion and inside Grow itself. Read our blog for the full programme of events.

ABOUT THIS FILM (IN GROW)

Huw Wahl, UK 2016, 86 mins

Founded by the filmmaker’s father Ken Turner and Mary Turner in 1968, Action Space used large interactive inflatable structures to create interventions into public spaces. By bringing together artists, performers, dancers, painters and musicians, the movement sought to produce cultural democratic spaces for art, education and creative play outside of the restrictive gallery system arena. This film looks at the years between ‘68 and ‘78, exploring contemporary and pertinent issues around public / private space, individual / collective creativity, community and responsibility, emancipation and play. Featuring archive footage alongside discussions with key members of the movement, present-day writers and theorists, it uses the construction of a new inflatable to bring these arguments into the contemporary realm. This is the story of a radical artist-led art movement told through a personal lens.

FOOD & DRINK

You can also enjoy a range of organic, independent and fair-trade drinks and lunch from the guest vegan kitchen at this totally unique creative space by the River Lea in Hackney Wick.

From organic wines and Processco , mulled wine and cider, ales and a range of soft drinks including Kompassion Kumbucha and Rejuce, you can enjoy the views canal side in their winter garden or the inside space transformed from an old sausage factory.

Operating as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business, Grow has been created by local artists and social entrepreneurs and hosts a wide-range of events throughout the year.

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LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // A SIDESHOW GROTESQUERIE: LONE TAXIDERMIST PERFORMS TRIFLE
Jan
12
4:00 PM16:00

LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL // A SIDESHOW GROTESQUERIE: LONE TAXIDERMIST PERFORMS TRIFLE

TRIFLE.jpg

We’re very excited to annouce we’re hosting the London Short Film Festival in January, alongside the ICARich Mix LondonRegent Street Cinema and Curzon Cinema Soho . On Sat 12 and Sun 13 January, the Air Draft returns to Grow and throughout the weekend, films and performances will be shown on this floating pavillion and inside Grow itself. Read our blog for the full programme of events.

ABOUT THIS PERFORMANCE (ON AIR DRAFT)

Fresh from the twisted machinations and fertile imagination of Cumbrian-born, London-dwelling artist and seer Natalie Sharp, Lone Taxidermist’s debut album Trifle is a gallery of grotesquerie not recommended for either the nervous of disposition or lactose intolerant. Arriving from a nocturnal world of sex and skullduggery, these irreverent and outlandish ditties exist on a unique psychic realm in which the profane and profound happily step out together on the lash - a collision between the high-maintenance and the kitchen sink that’s a feverish spectacle tobehold. The live experience of this musical and visual journey takes us into the unruly depths of sploshing, gender bending, food porn and squelchy mass ritual. Lone Taxidermist’s utterly bizarre and otherworldly dominatrix tactics, all wrapped up in plastic, turn audiences members into exhibitionists.

Invariably on the lookout for new and surreal dimensions of expression, Sharp’s malicious metier lurks somewhere between the eldritch diva manifestations of Diamanda Galas and the wry reflections of Victoria Wood, yet equally driven by a magpie spirit and conceptual chutzpah redolent of Leigh Bowery and an acidic wit damaged by John Cooper Clarke. It’s a stylistic path that has led to her being increasingly over-subscribed as collaborative maverick of choice for a dizzying array of artists, including recent work with Jenny Hval and Gazelle Twin.

FOOD & DRINK

You can also enjoy a range of organic, independent and fair-trade drinks and lunch from the guest vegan kitchen at this totally unique creative space by the River Lea in Hackney Wick.

From organic wines and processco , mulled wine and cider, ales and a range of soft drinks including Kompassion Kumbucha and Rejuce, you can enjoy the views canal side in their winter garden or the inside space transformed from an old sausage factory.

Operating as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business, Grow has been created by local artists and social entrepreneurs and hosts a wide-range of events throughout the year.

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SELFMADE: OPEN STUDIOS + POP UP MARKET
Dec
8
11:00 AM11:00
art

SELFMADE: OPEN STUDIOS + POP UP MARKET

The creative culture in Hackney Wick is a unique one with a history of artists and creatives making in the Main Yard area of Hackney Wick. The landscape may be changing but there is still lots of exciting and innovative making going on behind those closed doors.

11AM -5PM

On Sat 8th December, Unit G Arbeit Studios and Grow Studios are opening their doors so you can peek inside, meet the makers and see what they get up to.

There will also be drop-in-workshops in Unit G Arbeit Studios, demos at Studio U - Grow Studios and a pop-up art market at Grow.

🔴UNIT G ARBEIT STUDIOS presents 

Amoria Bridle Kin-Key ART and CURIOS
Adele Brydges SENSUAL TOOLS
Alex Fox ART
Audrey Mamlok Mamlok Art ART and ILLUSTRATION
Graham Martin PHOTOGRAPHY
Graham Turner PHOTOGRAPHY
Jess Kilubukila KILUBUKILA
Jesse Noy NOYAU LEATHER
Pete O' Dublo ART

🔴ART MARKET AT GROW presents

WAR IS ILLEGAL War Is Illegal CLOTHING
Pete O' Dublo ART and ZINE
Duncan Duncan Petro ART
Tom Williams PRINTS and ART
2LOUD Hinde Roughi+ Rincen Caravacci CLOTHING
Rebecca Feiner VINTAGE
E9makers ART and CRAFT
Abai Lavender CLOTHING and UNDERWEAR
Vesna Parker ART
Rainyrainforest+MagicalMadMan ART and STICKERS
Agente Morillas ART+CERAMIC
Vesna Parchet PAINTINGS
Cathryn Miles Griffiths VINTAGE CLOTHING

🔴GROW OPEN STUDIOS present

Studio U POTTERY and CERAMIC

7PM-LATE

Live music and DJs from 7pm until late at Grow.

More details to follow.

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SENSE LDN // AUDIO VISUAL // AN EXPLORATION OF VIBRATION
Nov
27
8:00 PM20:00
art

SENSE LDN // AUDIO VISUAL // AN EXPLORATION OF VIBRATION

senseLDN lead another another audio-visual exploration expedition at Grow, this time covering the theme: VIBRATION.
Expect an immersive environment with original and creative collaborations.

Progressive and experimental; senseLDN pushes boundaries, brings multi-disciplinary art practitioners and creatives together to explore, reflect, and most importantly, connect.

Sense is a collaborative project led by Patricia Puertas, Joel Smith and Xuân Sinden and Grow in Hackney Wick.

Having explored Rhythm and Perception over 2018 with a diverse and impressive array of artists, they now turn their attention to Vibration this November.

Joel Smith + Patricia Puertas, who have previously worked together in diverse sound performances commissioned by British Museum, Royal Academy of Arts and UAL, explore and experiment with sound to create rich, textured soundscapes. Featuring ethereal siren-like vocals and shimmering, effects-laden guitar motifs shifting across a fluid canvas of field recordings, found-sounds, samples, grooves and live improvised sounds, their performances continue to evolve. 

Xuân Sinden is an installation and sound artist whose work begins from the poetic process of documenting the mundanity of our everyday environments. Creating a pattern of image and sound, Sinden captures the various tensions, and pleasures, of living amongst the “movement of [our] imagination forming and deploying through images.” [1]. His immersive installations portray the notion of a constant, and revolving city.

This is a Free Entry event
A donation box will be available on the evening, to assist in covering performers and curation costs.

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COMEDY CABARET IN AID OF HACKNEY WINTER SHELTER
Nov
20
7:00 PM19:00

COMEDY CABARET IN AID OF HACKNEY WINTER SHELTER

A wondrous night of colourful cabaret from local comedians in aid of Hackney Winter Night Shelter (in association with The Homeless Stand Up Support Project). Clowning, characters, music and outrageous antics... One night only in magical eco-arts space Grow, amazing value for this much laughter, and all for a good cause. Limited tickets, so don't miss out!

TICKETS SELLING FAST HERE ON EVENTBRITEhttp://bit.ly/2PqDSBz

Featuring the following stars of the alternative comedy scene...

• ED ACZEL – “Perhaps Britain's greatest living anti-comedian” (The Guardian), "One of the strangest, and finest, hours of live comedy I’d ever seen” (Zadie Smith), Winner of Malcolm Hardee Comedy Award for Comic Originality

• EVA ON SCHNIPPISCH – Furiously funny Weimar Vixen, "Excellent...will leave you in stitches!" (EdFestMag)

• CASSIE ATKINSON – “Future national treasure, bringing wonderfully strange characters to life” (ToDoList)

• YASMINE DAY – 80’s power ballad sensation and pub favourite , London Cabaret Awards finalist 2018

• DIVA NINA DAVINA & LUCIA BOMBILLA – Tragic scenes of legendary women where snakes were (kind of) present, “Surreal, melodramatic and glitzy… intoxicatingly funny” (Max Tookey)

• NATHAN LANG – “You can expect to laugh an awful lot and not know why” (The List), "Electric, hilarious” (Whatsonstage.com)

Hosted by comedy duo and masters of the surreal THE ESTABLISHMENT (★★★★ “This is silliness as an artform” The Scotsman)

Doors 7pm

Showtime 8pm

100% of profits go to Hackney Winter Night Shelter.

Drinks and snacks are available on the night.

18+ only.

Dogs are welcome. (They don't have to be over 18.)

Hackney Winter Night Shelter provides a hot meal and a warm bed for homeless guests who would otherwise be out on the streets during the coldest winter months, and offers professional and holistic support to help guests rebuild their lives. Hackney Winter Night Shelter is volunteer-led and has been opening doors to homeless people in the borough since 1993. It is run by Hackney Doorways (registered charity no.1139183).

http://www.hwns.org.uk/

Last year THE HOMELESS SUPPORT STAND UP PROJECT was a huge success involving some of the biggest clubs in the UK, including The Comedy Store, The Frog & Bucket and The Soho Theatre. About 30 events raised around £9000 collectively, which was distributed to various non-profit homeless charities throughout the UK.

https://thehomelesssupportstandupproject.com

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SCHMAC LAUNCH (INTERACTIVE AUDIO DEVICE)
Oct
30
7:00 PM19:00

SCHMAC LAUNCH (INTERACTIVE AUDIO DEVICE)

Introducing Kinetic Ubiquitous Bandwidth (KUB) the brainchild of sound designers and technicians, Larry Phillips and Janis Sokolovskis. Our current eco pod residents launch their new audio device, 'shmac'.

The pair have been focusing on multidisciplinary practices exploring new musical performance environments incorporating the use of active listening and embodied music cognition. Over the past few months, they have been working on Social Collaborative Heuristic Mobile Audio Controllers ('shmacs'). 'shmac' is an interactive device that allows participants to interact with sound using simple and intuitive gestures. The interaction is complementary to all levels of musical expertise and has a versatile range of applications.

The pair invites the community to the launch event, where there'll be interactive demonstrations of 'shmac', as well as a number of performances and other interactive audio installations.

Schedule:

18:00 - Workshop

At this workshop, KUB will be explaining the history and research that went into developing 'shmac'.

19:30 - Interactive Audience Experience

All the attendees will be able to participate in creating music using simple objects.

21:00 - Performances using the schmac

Mai Nguyen Tri (Butoh Dance)

Antoine Paichard (Juggling)

Pleasures (Live Electronic Music)

Joel Smith
Larry & Janis are our current eco pod residents.

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MAGIC FISH & MODERN WITCHES: LIVIA RITA & GANG
Oct
2
7:30 PM19:30
art

MAGIC FISH & MODERN WITCHES: LIVIA RITA & GANG

Avante Garde Music, Art & Dance

‘In Livia Rita’s voice one doesn’t only hear Bjork, but the slightly manic, genius reverberations of Kate Bush.’ Tagblatt, Switzerland Tour, 2017

With previous performances at the V & A and Barbican, we’re pleased to welcome young visionary artist, Livia Rita! She will be giving a very special contemporary performance, aiming to communicate, express, move and question fashion through music, singing, a big installation, more outfits and of course, dancing.

Livia Rita’s eclectic musical style draws on a wide range of influences and genres, blending electronic pop effortlessly with experimental, classical and new wave styles. She subverts the listeners with each song, as wild, brutal textures meet vulnerable, otherworldly melodies in adventurous and emotional ways.

Livia Rita explores avant-garde ways of performing her synthesiser drenched music through a strong visual identity formed of art fashion and stylised movement designed by herself. Together with a gang of dancers and a band led by Tom McLuckie, it collides into a furious, unashamedly dreamy and tantalising live show; a surreal live 4D music video.

The debut album will be launched as a total artwork, including a music video for each song, and a magazine, which merges the lyrics of each tune with photography of their correlating art fashion collection. The work is developed at the Barbican with mentoring of Lindsay Kemp (David Bowie) and Lea Anderson.

After building up her core following in London’s radical subculture music and art scene, Livia Rita has toured Germany and Switzerland twice, where they have been picked up by Tonio Amin Zaoui from dq agency in Berlin. He is currently booking a larger Germany tour and festivals for summer 2019. Together with Coldkings, he will provide partners for the promotion of the upcoming European tour in autumn and the forthcoming releases


Supported by the Swiss Cultural Fund UK

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Livia Rita is a singer, designer and artist who explores avant-garde ways of performing her music through a strong visual identity formed of art fashion and stylised movement.
Website: www.liviarita.ch
Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2BzO0Aq
Instagram: www.instagram.com/liviarita


(ANTI-)FASHION MANIFESTO (needs to be said....)

The fashion industry fails to address current challenges in our modern world. A blood red river runs in China whilst a factory crumbles to the ground in Bangladesh – over a thousand dead. Pollution, dangerous working conditions, modern slavery, child labour: this is not what fashion should be. I am striving for a new vision of fashion, a future-forward world of creation, not destruction. I see two different types of this new fashion...

WEARABLE SCULPTURE. 
Fashion as pure art. I see it as an artform just like paintings, sculptures or any other piece of art. It will serve to do what other pieces of art do: express, move, communicate, dare, provoke, be beautiful, be frightening… and inspire. It will form an integral part of my music and carry meanings above just being ‘a piece of cloth’

SECOND SKIN. 
Because nakedness is not always the solution; there should be outfits for everyday life that make us feel the best possible. We should enjoy the clothes we wear, and only buy if we really want them. We will consume less, buy better quality, and keep items for years not months. We will create an emotional, personal attachment to our clothing and cultivate our individual tastes. And because we will buy fewer clothes, we will spend more money on each purchase: we will pay for the environmental and ethical standards that should be the norm.


About Tuesday
Magic Fish is part of programme of live art and music events on a Tuesday night at Grow. Working in collaboration with a range of artists we work together to showcase art in an affordable and accessible format with the aim of introducing a wide range of audiences to new experiences, with an all welcome ethos.

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COLLUSION // CANAL SIDE SPOKEN WORD FESTIVAL // HACKNEY WICK
Aug
11
1:00 PM13:00

COLLUSION // CANAL SIDE SPOKEN WORD FESTIVAL // HACKNEY WICK

FREE ENTRY

Collusion is an all-day festival, which showcases music, poetry, and other forms in a variety of styles. There will be a floating pavillion till 6pm with a few performances aboard. The event is free, and a local mental health charity will benefit from the event. Confirmed acts so far include:

MUSIC

* Shoreditch Knights

POETRY/MUSIC

* Amy Cutler

POETRY

* Antony John

...More details to follow.

DJs/VIBE

Postpunk, Italodisco, house, electronica, interesting old school indie, maybe some goth, guitar things, odd bits of folk, good jazz, etc.

WHAT TO EXPECT

More than a festival, Collusion is a series of expected and unexpected events taking place in a beautiful canalside bar, which used to be a sausage factory. There will be fascinating chaos and comforting sounds. Bubbles and facepainting may or may not feature; likewise, knitting might happen (or, might not). Expect improvised words, improvised music, peculiar sounds, angular poetry, unmusical music, programmed sound and text, things going whoop, people shouting, groups of people singing, popping noises, some humming, and perhaps the occasional outburst of laughter or sighing. This is a free event, but we will be donating money to https://www.mindinhackney.org.uk/, and we will encourage our guests to make a donation on the day.

HOW IT WORKS

Collusion showcases written, spoken, plucked, hummed, beaten, blown, and programmed words and music. The event provides a space for the convergence of artists from a variety of forms, backgrounds, and traditions. It showcases edgy, innovative, experimental, and other forms, and is an entirely inclusive event. Collusion creates, foregrounds, and celebrates participation between artists and others. All colluders are welcome.

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THE TRUMPEST PROTEST FEST
Jul
12
7:00 PM19:00

THE TRUMPEST PROTEST FEST

FREE ENTRYThe TrumPeste Protest Fest

Bring Your Banners, Masks, Rattles, Bring Your Drums
The Night Of The Zombie Has Come
Dance, Music, Improvisations, Vocalizations, Visualizations, Speeches, Poetry, Puppets, Costume,

In Preparation and Part of The Welcoming Party for The Great Narcissistic, Hate-Mongering, Megalomaniac we are having a Mega “Stop The TrumPeste Masquerade”. Everyone is invited to participate by simply making a mask, costume, wig, banner, poster, speech etc. 

There will be performances by Pete O' Dublo, Mai Nguyen Tri performs with Grassy Noel & APE, DJs, Speakers, Projections, Banners, Masks & Costumes. 

 

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INTO THE WILD // CHISENHALE STUDIOS // LIVE ART & PERFORMANCE
Jul
10
7:00 PM19:00

INTO THE WILD // CHISENHALE STUDIOS // LIVE ART & PERFORMANCE

FREE ENTRY

Chisenhale Studios + GROW Hackney proudly present: Into The Wild

The current moment calls for bold leaps of imagination and radical acts of festive generosity. Join us for a celebratory art fete, where we will explore new ways of being together through live performance, music and collaborative making.

PERFORMANCES / BAR / DJs / ZINE STALL / VIDEOS / CHUTNEY / DANCING / FUN

Performances from 7.30. FEATURING ITW artists and invited collaborators.

  • MCs: Meg Jenkins & Adam Paroussos (Bamboo Mustard)

AND:

  • Alaya Ang
  • Emma Clayton
  • Verity Coward
  • Callum Kennedy
  • Lawrence Pardoe
  • Misha Faulty Farrant
  • Ashleigh Fisk
  • Campbell Mcconnell
  • Korallia Stergides
  • Rachael Simpson and Dad
  • Taylor Smith
  • Charlie Wood
  • + More

DJs Marc Blazell & Ted Targett

Into the Wild (ITW) is an artist development programme at Chisenhale Studios.

Grow Hackney is a creative space and bar run as an experiment in ethical and sustainable business and works in partnership with local artists, musicians, DJ's and community groups.

Chisenhale Studios provides secure affordable workspace to both established and emerging visual artists. They promote a wider understanding of artistic processes through open sharing events, workshops, studio visits and professional development programmes.

This event has been organised by current ITW artists in collaboration with Chisenhale Studios and Grow and features contributions from ITW artists and invited collaborators.

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OBA OBA // BRAZILIAN SUMMER FESTIVAL // FREE ENTRY
Jul
7
4:00 PM16:00

OBA OBA // BRAZILIAN SUMMER FESTIVAL // FREE ENTRY

FREE ENTRY

Reconcavo Beats is thrilled to announce the third edition of ObáObá on 7th of July 2018! Let’s celebrate Brazilian culture and music with DJ D.Vyzor, DJ Modjo Roberto, DJ Farofa and Brazilian folk music band Double Xote.

Our vibes will be in tune with Summer, with the traditional Brazilian "Festa Junina", and the World Cup.  And the best part is: entry is free!

ObáObá is a collaborative party.

Partners:

DJ D.Vyzor: One of the most important Brazilian DJs in Europe having previously warmed up for artists like Sergio Mendes, Criolo, Maria Rita, Os Mutantes, O Rappa, Nacao Zumbi, Mulatu Astatke and many more. Also alongside DJs: Gilles Peterson, Four Tet, Norman Jay, The Reflex.

DJ Modjo Roberto: Joel Smith is an Australian-born, London-based musician, singer, songwriter, writer, sound engineer and DJ. Expect a set that will transport you through some of the all-time great Tropicalia, MPB, Samba, Funk, Afro-Brazilian and Soul music from Brazil, stretching from Minas Gerais to Rio, Bahia and in between.

DJ Farofa is a Brazilian music researcher and curator based in Porto, Portugal. He specialises in Brazilian music and vinyl, but his influences are also diverse, ranging from modern European sounds to African roots, including psychedelic rock and folk music and is inspired by love and connections. DJ Farofa has performed at venues such as Casa da Música, Café Au Lait, Embaixada do Port and Music Box. He has also played at Festival MIMO (2016/2017), and other parties such as Baile Tropicante, Kebraku, MUSA OPORTO TOUR #1, Candonga, Pilantragi, Mundo Mestiço, DESOBEDOC and Ovar’s Carnival.

Double Xote is a London-based folk trio that celebrates the traditional forró pé-de-serra culture. They are originally from the state of Pernambuco, Brazil.

Cachaça Bartolomeu is a small-batch craft cachaça that has just arrived in London. Since it's aged in native woods, it gives a unique and special flavour to the famous Caipirinha cocktail.
 

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GROW's DIY Art Market + DIY Art Market // Free Entry
Jul
7
11:00 AM11:00

GROW's DIY Art Market + DIY Art Market // Free Entry

FREE ENTRY

1-6PM Grow's DIY Art Market - DIY Workshops
Once a month at Grow we have Grow's DIY Art Market where local artists get together to sell their handmades and other bits and bobs. Artists are not charged for tables and take 100% proceeds from their sales.

From the bar, we have craft and organic drinks, including house organic wine, prize winning lagers and ales, fair trade tea and coffee and cakes andSlow Fire London's seasonal menu, which is freshly prepared in the Grow canal side kitchen.

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CARAVAN SOCIAL AT GROW - A CELEBRATION OF LIVE MUSIC & DANCE
Jun
8
7:00 PM19:00

CARAVAN SOCIAL AT GROW - A CELEBRATION OF LIVE MUSIC & DANCE

A celebration of Live music and dance culture by C A R A V A N. This will be extra special as it's the 1-year anniversary and will showcase works, open improvisation, live music and DJs

The Caravan Social Night is free entry but also a fundraiser project for the arts. Your donations online and on the day will help support our independent artists and the development / sustainability of the award winning immersive theatre work,                      C A R A V A N.   In exchange, we offer you our an evening performing a wide spectrum of original works through dance, social and music culture.

Grow serves a range of craft and organic drinks from the bar and a seasonal BBQ & Meze menu freshly prepared in our canal side kitchen by Slow Fire London

Important Notice: Please be aware that even with a ticket, that we cannot accomodate any entry once it hits full venue capacity. To get the best experience, We strongly advise you arrive when doors open before the showcase begins as this event is predicted to sell out very quick. for more information, please contact us at info@aliasldn.com

For more information,
www.Aliasldn.com
Instagram : ALIASLDN

#CARAVANSOCIALNIGHT
#CARAVANIMMERSIVE

About Caravan Social
Alias LDN
OMG Collective

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BRING IT! OPEN MIC NIGHT // MUSIC, ART, PERFORMANCE // HACKNEY WICK
Jun
7
7:00 PM19:00

BRING IT! OPEN MIC NIGHT // MUSIC, ART, PERFORMANCE // HACKNEY WICK

FREE ENTRY

Join us for 'Bring it!' an open mic night in Hackney Wick so bring your music, words & performance!  All welcome. We're a friendly bunch :)

As it's our community, art and music evening at Grow, it's 10% off all orders from the seasonal menu from Slow Fire London and 10% off all orders from the bar.

 

 

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COLLUSION // ALTERNATIVE POETRY & MUSIC // MICROFESTIVAL
Apr
15
6:30 PM18:30

COLLUSION // ALTERNATIVE POETRY & MUSIC // MICROFESTIVAL

FREE ENTRY

Part 3 of 3 special alternative poetry & music events on Sunday evenings at Grow hosted by Capital Letters - Poetries in Diologue. 

This Microfestival is the culmination of three special events on Sundays at Grow.

HERE IS THE LINEUP SO FAR:

Music:
** Leika **
** GROK (TBC) **
** ALSO **

Poetry:
*** Peter Philpott ***
*** Matt Martin ***
*** Wayne Clements and Jonathan Mann (performing 'Statutory Instruments', or bits of it) 

Collusion showcases written, spoken, plucked, hummed, beaten, blown, and programmed words and music. The event provides a space for the convergence of artists from a variety of forms, backgrounds, and traditions. It showcases innovative, experimental, and other forms, and is an entirely inclusive. Collusion creates, foregrounds, and celebrates dialogue between artists and others. All colluders are welcome.

Audience members will be encouraged to discuss the performances with the artists. Expect improvised words, improvised music, peculiar sounds, angular poetry, unmusical music, programmed sound and text, things going whoop, people shouting, untuned instruments, tuned instruments, groups of people reciting, popping noises, some humming, and perhaps the occasional outburst of laughter or sighing.

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FLOATING ARTLAND COLLECTIVE // MUSIC & ART // FREE ENTRY
Apr
5
7:00 PM19:00

FLOATING ARTLAND COLLECTIVE // MUSIC & ART // FREE ENTRY

FREE ENTRY

The Floating Artland Collective return to Grow to celebrate their first year of action with a selection of diverse video and photography projections which captures the spirit of their artists and experimental art.

Headlined by an experimental band mixing jazz/rock/experimental music, poetry, spoken word, performance and theatre with 'A sophisticated raccoon in the floating sunset band.

From the bar, we have cocktails, craft and organic drinks and Slow Fire London offer 10% off all orders from their seasonal menu, which is freshly prepared in the Grow canal side kitchen. Students also get 10% off the bar.

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BYSJU & UHH AHH PRESENTS: ORA THE MOLECULE EP LAUNCH + FRIENDS
Mar
30
7:00 PM19:00

BYSJU & UHH AHH PRESENTS: ORA THE MOLECULE EP LAUNCH + FRIENDS

FREE ENTRY

We are thrilled to host Ora The Molecule's (Uhhahh Records) debut EP Launch event who is  about to continue her journey on a European tour and we can't wait to be the first one's to present her new music to you!

Joined by Yanimal & Geronimo, DJ Sju Cream and a special guest TBA very soon. Stay tuned and see you all there!

About ORA the molecule
23 year old Oslo and L.A. based singer Ora The Molecule (Nora Schjelderup) is a child of contrast, a bridge of opposites being half Norwegian and half Guatemalan, creating an unexpected sound between Pop, Electronica and detailed organic sound waves. A new sound to the pop music landscape with her calypso-tinged melodies and airy folk-infused vocals that remind you of French 80’s pop chansons.

About Victor Redrum
Victor Redrum began his career in 2002 with a subtle and elegant mix between the minimal and electronic sounds of the moment.
He has always liked to focus his mix as a story developing and giving meaning to the whole night. Lover of long sessions and mixing different styles of electronics, he has developed his style playing in clubs like:
Azero resident
Corner of San Pedro resident
Resident Club effect
industrial copera
Quilombo
barn
low level
colonial (MARBELLA)
RITZ (Denmark)
RUST (Denmark)
Belonging to the collective Toys has shared a booth with artists like Apparat Audio Thomas Brakeman, Frivolous, Sutek, Jichael Macson, FlyFluss, Barem, Gut, Falco, rene breibarth, marcel janovky, frank brecsneider, tadeo, jaumetic, alex Under, michael mayer, paul kalbrenner, sasha funken, Gaiser, ellen alien cristian varela, toni mendez, leave milecevic, scan x, aless,

Cactus Sauna 
Cactus Sauna are a two man alternative Pop extravaganza consisting of Swedish RnB sensation Daniel Lindgren and La Shark front man Samuel Deschamps . The Duo Merge psychedelic storytelling into their off kilter take on soul music.

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COLUMN 258 // EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC PROJECT // LIVE // FREE ENTRY
Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

COLUMN 258 // EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC PROJECT // LIVE // FREE ENTRY

FREE ENTRY

Column258 return to Grow, Hackney after their first triumphant visit in November 2017. This 6-piece experimental music project that combines spoken word with improvised alt-punk grunge jazz. They blend both analogue and digital sounds with improvised instruments, found objects and samples; from horns to mini-moogs, guitars to electric pine cones.

They have variously been described as sounding like The Doors meets Nick Cavemeets Soft Machine, meets Gong—but ultimately their sound is truly their own,with a post-modernist feel and apocalyptic energy, soaring and carving its way into a hinterland of soundscapes ...

Whilst it may seem grandiose to lay claim to being label-free or unclassifiable, in the case of C258 it is actually true. This is music as a force for change, seeking escape from the tyranny of conformity and predictability.

https://soundcloud.com/column258

As it's community night at Grow, there is 10% off all orders from the Slow Fire London kitchen and 10% off the bar for students.

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PLANET GROW // HACKNEY WICKED SPECIAL // LIVE MUSIC & ART
Mar
3
to Mar 4

PLANET GROW // HACKNEY WICKED SPECIAL // LIVE MUSIC & ART

FREE ENTRY

PLANET GROW
Hackney WickED Spring Special 2018

Let's explore the possibility of getting to any part of the world, the wild, the abstract and becoming something new together:

+ A new public street art mural by artists Xenz and Busk
+ Hackney Wick DIY Art Fair 1-5pm
+ Sense #3 - audio & visual performances by Joel SmithXuân Sinden and Patricia Doors 
Fear of Fluffing take over with psychedelia, experimenting, improvisation, audio and visual stimulation
+ DJ's all day and on til 3AM

Each year, Grow is proud to be part of Hackney WickED, an annual arts festival, open studios event with fringe events. It gives us a chance to the celebrate the creativity in the area and showcase what happens at Grow week-in-week-out. Hackney WickED have kindly supported the launch of our Spring programme with commissioning of a new public street art mural by artists Xenz and Busk, as well as the jam-packed programme with local talent and new collaborations in the form of performance, music, participation and art, often all at the same time!
 

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MAI BUTOH DANCE & AMPERSAND // EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC & DANCE // FREE ENTRY
Feb
25
7:00 PM19:00

MAI BUTOH DANCE & AMPERSAND // EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC & DANCE // FREE ENTRY

FREE ENTRY

MAI & AMPERSAND
Ebbs, Flows & Furies: An evening of Experimental Music and Dance

Mai Butoh Dance and Ampersand Industrial Noise will perform 2 sets of improvised Butoh/ Noise performance from 7pm.

ABOUT Mai Butoh Dance
Mai Nguyen Tri is a Franco Vietnamese dance artist. For the last 20 years she has drawn inspiration from the waters, back and fro between Brittany coasts, salt marshes and the river, pools and canals of the East End of London. Mixing her Butoh dancing spirit with her passion for improvising with live music, she loves to express her intense movements and bring light to a space with explosiveness. Her creative nest is Hackney Wick where her soul could finally set home to bring together her many identities, her inspirations, the contradicting facets of her art between the rebellious and the polished of her Euro-Asian Zen/punk Butoh dance. Mai collaborated with musicians, film -makers and photographers and specialise in site specific and specialise in outdoor performances with live improvisation bands, such as fear Of Fluffing from Hackney Wick and Ampersand from Deptford.

 

ABOUT AMPERSAND
London based improvisers of industrial ambient noise, Ampersand are an improvisational sound ensemble. They have performed across Europe over the last nine years. They produce an experience of sound to envelop the audience in the act of the moment and the art of the moment. This uniquely pan-generational group utilises found objects, engineered metal, deconstructed traditional instruments and audio toys. Ampersand performances are always improvised, they arise thus from the moment, the place, the atmosphere, the occurrences of that day. The sound, and the experience of that sound are imposed on all the senses, to share with the audience a charged and super-layered emotional state. Ampersand are Brian Bushell, Joseph Oldfield, Stephen Oldfield and Paul Wells. http://www.ampersand.tv/

Mai & Ampersand have performed together in numerous performing venues in the last 3 years. Crystal Palace Overground Festival in 2015- Lewisham Art House In 2016.- Grow, Hackney Wick, in 2016.- Minesweeper ship, Deptford Creek in 2015, 2016.- Azart, Ship Of Fools, Amsterdam in 2016 - Montague Arms, New Cross in 2017 - Stour Space, Hackney Wick in 2017

Visuals by VJ FLICKERING LIGHT
 

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SENSE #2:  RHYTHM. AN EVENING EXPLORING AUDIO VISUAL AT GROW
Dec
18
6:00 PM18:00

SENSE #2: RHYTHM. AN EVENING EXPLORING AUDIO VISUAL AT GROW

FREE ENTRY

Sense #1 : Perception. An evening exploring audio-visual

Sense is a collaborative project led by artists Patricia Puertas, Joel Smith and Xuân Sinden and Grow in Hackney Wick.

For its second edition, sense will be exploring rhythm. That pattern that we are constantly experiencing through our heartbeat, breathing, blood circulation. But, are we really aware of its constant presence in our life and its importance for communication and social interactions? How does rhythm influence the brain to induce Altered States of Conciousness?

About Grow, Hackney

We are an independently run space and an experiment in ethical and sustainable business, which includes working with local artists, musicians on collaborative projects to host free events where everyone is welcome. We pay London Living Wage and partner with community projects to share and nurture local talent. Grow has no investment and is built by local Hackney Wickers and relys on the sharing economy of the area. Profits go back into the community.

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ART JUMBLE SALE EVERY SATURDAY AT GROW // FESTIVE SPECIAL
Dec
16
1:00 PM13:00
art

ART JUMBLE SALE EVERY SATURDAY AT GROW // FESTIVE SPECIAL

EVERY SAT // FREE ENTRY

Come down to Grow for our Art Jumble Sale to find all sorts.

Every week, something different.

Music will always be good.

It's social.

Cakes from Canababes Food Co Ltd.

New Winter Menu (meat/vegan) from Slow Fire London

Mulled wine, craft and organic drinks and a good cuppa tea from Grow's bar.

Email jordanna@growhackney.co.uk if you're interested in selling. We have limited space so we need to book you in.

About Grow, Hackney

We are an independently run space and an experiment in ethical business, which includes working with local artists, musicians on collaborative projects to host free events where everyone is welcome. We pay London Living Wage and partner with community projects to share and nurture local talent. Grow has no investment and is built by local Hackney Wickers and relys on the sharing economy of the area. Profits go back into the community.

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ART JUMBLE SALE EVERY SATURDAY AT GROW // FESTIVE SPECIAL
Dec
9
1:00 PM13:00
art

ART JUMBLE SALE EVERY SATURDAY AT GROW // FESTIVE SPECIAL

EVERY SAT // FREE ENTRY

Come down to Grow for our Art Jumble Sale to find all sorts.

Every week, something different.

Music will always be good.

It's social.

Cakes from Canababes.

Winter Menu (meat/vegan) from Slow Fire London

Mulled wine, craft and organic drinks and a good cuppa tea from Grow's bar.

Email jordanna@growhackney.co.uk if you're interested in selling. We have limited space so we need to book you in.

About Grow, Hackney

We are an independently run space and an experiment in ethical business, which includes working with local artists, musicians on collaborative projects to host free events where everyone is welcome. We pay London Living Wage and partner with community projects to share and nurture local talent. Grow has no investment and is built by local Hackney Wickers and relys on the sharing economy of the area. Profits go back into the community.

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A NIGHT OF CONTEMPORARY DANCE & MUSIC W/ MASUMI ENDO + GUESTS
Dec
5
7:00 PM19:00

A NIGHT OF CONTEMPORARY DANCE & MUSIC W/ MASUMI ENDO + GUESTS

FREE ENTRY

DANCE
UK JAZZ, HOUSE, HIPHOP, LOCK, VOGUE, CONTEMPORARY + MORE
Dancers
// Tamae & Ren(Contemporary dance)
// Masumi Endo with all dancers

MUSIC
JAZZ, HOUSE, AFRO, BRUK, R&B
DJs
// Ricardo Silva (Empire House Jam)
// Minnie Dipple (Real House Radio, Colourful Radio, The Village)
// Garth Thomas (The Village, Sonic Stream Radio)

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