An intensive Bank Holiday weekend performance platform
26 to 28 May 2001
Welcome to the third annual East End Collaborations Platform – three action packed days of new work and a chance to see the artists of tomorrow today!
East End Collaborations is an opportunity for over 30 emerging practitioners from across London to introduce their performance and installation work to peers and promoters and an open invitation to the public to see an eclectic range of new work by new artists.
East End Collaborations is a joint initiative between Queen Mary, University of London and the Live Art Development Agency, London,
Saturday 26 May from 17.00
Lee Adams Miss Roberts Selina Herbert Neither Fish Nor Meat Tania Coates The New Mistakes Victoria Harvey Officina Humana Twitch & Jerk Debbie Southerland Catherine Howett
Sunday 27 May from 17.00
Eleanor Pearce Mircha Mangiacotti Megan Frazer Andrew Walby & Louise Anne Elmhurst Alice Lunt Gaggi Adura Onashile Aura Satz The Remonstrators Catherine Packard Chloe Dyn Tsoe Michelle Williams The Strange Names Collective Tetine
Monday 28 May from 17.00
Ken Turner Bia Oliveira William Timbers Higgeldy Piggeldy Engaged Art Action Razia Aziz Charlie Murphy Claudia Kappenberg
Tickets £5 (£3 concessions) per day or £12 (£8 concessions) for a 3 day pass.
Ticket reservations: 020 7882 3355 Address : The Arts Building and The People's Palace, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS. (between Mile End and Stepney Green Tubes)
East End Collaborations 2001 is the London selection platform for the National Review of Live Art 2002, Britains1s leading performance festival taking place in Glasgow next February.
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