East End Collaborations 2008

EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT LIVE ART BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK

and

EEC PLATFORM

SATURDAY 24 MAY 2008

In a new, leaner and meaner format East End Collaborations 2008 offers you the chance to find out all about Live Art in Everything You Wanted To Know About Live Art But Were Afraid To Ask, and to see tomorrow’s artists today in the open submissions EEC Platform all in one day.

EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT LIVE ART BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK 2008
11.00 – 16.00
Everything You Wanted To Know is a day of information and advice aimed at students, recent graduates, emergent artists and producers, and anybody who is interested in finding out more about this area of practice. The day will include an introduction to the Live Art sector, a sense of how things work, practical information about what's on offer, and opportunities to access advice and expertise from experienced artists. With presentations by Lois Weaver, Franko B, Oreet Ashery, Stacy Makishi and the Live Art Development Agency, and an Information Table run by New Work Network.

EEC PLATFORM 2008
17.00 – 21.30
EEC Platform is an open submissions platform for new Live Art works by artists based in London. Featuring the work of:

Kim Dexter, The Invisible Skin Between Us
Geoff Hore Fazan
, Blowing in the Wind
Ian Giles/Basewithout^, Heat Feet
Louisa Hendrikien Martin, Improv
Eirini Kartsaki, Cock tales and ballads
Johanna Linsley, I’d rather die than die alone
Performance Klub Fiskulturnik, Mass Exercise with Nadia and Olga Sokolski
Harriet Poole, (in)visible exchange
Ruvi Simmons and Shirin Barthel, I can lose but I always win
Holly Slingsby, Fallout
Jennifer Southern, The Heroes Leave, The Clowns Come In
Arlene Wandera, Kukhu

Everything and Platform joint tickets only £10 (£7 concessions).
Everything single ticket £6 (£5 concessions).
EEC Platform single ticket £6 (£5 concessions).

Bookings open on Tuesday 6 May.
Bookings can be made by sending an email to
[email protected] or by leaving your name and number on 020 7882 5196.


Venue: The Arts Building, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS (between Mile End and Stepney Green Tubes)

East End Collaborations is a partnership between Queen Mary, University of London and the Live Art Development Agency that aims to respond to the artistic and professional development needs of artists in London at an early stage of their practice.

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