A night inspired by John Constable’s Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows
Painted over 180 years ago and now considered a masterpiece, this event is inspired by John Constable’s painting Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows.
Join a mix of artists, DJ’s and creatives to respond to the painting and discover what it means to you today.
Salisbury Cathedral has stained glass windows dating back to the medieval times. What would digital stained glass look like? Join New Media artist Antonio Roberts to find out.
Join us for an innovative programme of free events, installations and special performances and celebrate the creativity of Jean-Michel Basquiat
Too Young for What? provides opportunities to develop young people’s creativity and showcases a range of new work with and by young people from across east London and beyond. The day explores what Basquiat and his practice means to young and emerging artists through a range of art forms including music, performance, street art and poetry.
Highlights include a talks programme SAMO©, but different and ‘Make a Scene’ discussions co-curated by Poet in the City, opportunities to explore zinemaking, glitch art and photography and Basquiat inspired work by Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning’s community of young creatives, including the Barbican Young Poets, Young Programmers and Young Visual Arts Group.