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Hotel Elephant Open + Artlicks Weekend

  • Hotel Elephant Gallery & Studios 23 Harper Road London, SE1 6AW United Kingdom (map)

Spread across two buildings, three floors and one car park, Hotel Elephant Open invites visitors to explore the studios and experience the work of over 25 Artists and creative practitioners currently working in Southwark.

Hotel Elephant, will open their new meanwhile use property in SE1 to the public for the Artlicks Weekend 2015 (Preview: 1st Oct. 6pm – 9pm Open: 2nd – 4th Oct. 12pm – 6pm).

During the weekend visitors are invited to explore the artists studios at Harper Road as well as viewing the work of artists from other Hotel Elephant studio sites, exhibited throughout the building.

On display will be works created in an array of mediums, from painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking and textiles, to video, sound, multimedia, community arts and installation based works.

Hotel Elephant is a not for profit organisation which works with the Charity, Artcore International to provide affordable studio, exhibition and education space. Hotel Elephant is pleased to be able to support recent graduates and established artist to work in Southwark.

Artlicks Weekend

Back for its third year, the annual Art Licks Weekend celebrates the contribution that emerging artists and grassroots projects make to the cultural life of London. For the three-day festival, artist-run projects, curatorial collectives and young galleries across the city open up their spaces for the public, with free events and exhibitions of young artists’ work.

Participating Artists include:Amy Pennington, Antonia Attwood,Carlo Keshishian, David Teager-Portman, Elizabeth Oniri, Emily Woodhouse, Empress Stah, Finian Isse Richman, Flynn Murray, Graham Evans, Hanna-Katrina Jedrosz, James Tabbush, JeeJay Scott, Jill “Fabba-J” Newman, Jonas Berthod, Jonathan Armour, Laura Clarke, Leo Crane, Maiko Dawson, Oliver Honeywill, Rory Beard, Roz Gomersall, Sharon Whyte, Silje Lovise Gjertsen, Susannah Bolton, Tom Kemp & More!

Earlier Event: June 24
Suda: Release the Elephant
Later Event: October 30
Line One: Intemp