Matthew Cotton, Helen Carter and Emily Naish are a new collective of artists based around the UK. The Pause Collective are hosting their first exhibition at Kraak Gallery, Manchester, from 27th – 28th September, with a private view on 26th.
A night of collaborative moving image, projection, participation and ‘Bring Your Own Beamer’ experimentation. This takes place on the 20th September 7.30 – 10 pm at the Brighton Dome, Corn Exchange.
City and Guilds of London Art School annual MA Fine Art Graduate Show takes place at its Kennington location from 10th to 14th September.
The Sweet Art Collective will be hosting Seams, opening on the 13th September with the usual thought provoking art, interactive works, freebies and surprises.
On the 16th September Look Like Love celebrates the launch of their new online store dedicated to graduate and emerging designers with an exhibition coinciding with London Design Festival.
To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the disappearance of the USS Wasp in the Bermuda Triangle, Drawn Chorus Collective invites you to push the boat out!
Quentin Blake, Inside Stories (as reviewed by Bee Hughes) at the House of Illustration (2 July – 2 November 2014) Curated by Claudia Zeff.
Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK at the PACCAR Gallery, the British Library (2 May – 19 August 2014).
Laser cutting specialist Cutting Technologies and creative design agency DMSQD have teamed up for a second time following the success of the inaugural Enlightened exhibition in 2013.