Residents are exploring topics such as portraits and the search for identity, futurism and design with artists Federico Gallo, Corrina Eastwood and Silvia Sacrestano. The first Creative Space zine, “emma” (Extravagantly Mad Magazine of Arlington) is in production with Brian Baderman. Its punk ethic provides a platform for unmediated voices.
Recent visits to galleries have taken in exhibitions “Electronic Superhighway” at the Whitechapel, “Giorgione” at the Royal Academy, and Georgia O’Keefe at Tate Modern.
The annual Creative Space exhibition is on
Thu 6 Oct, 5 – 8pm, at Arlington.
Plus Open Studios event, a great opportunity to go behind the scenes and visit the nine SPACE artist studios in Arlington including Studio 5, home to the Creative Space programme.
If you would like to attend the exhibition and Open Studios please contact Fiona Fieber, Head of Learning.