As a way to celebrate Lucy Stein’s recent achievements, which include a beautiful solo exhibition ‘Knockers’ at Galerie Gregor Steiger, knockout paintings in the recent Virginia Woolf show at Tate St Ives, and becoming a mother, we’re giving away a free publication with every Lucy Stein tea towel (while stocks last). The 32 page catalogue ‘Feminax’, conceived by the artist and published by Galerie Gregor Steiger on the occasion of her third solo exhibition at the gallery, features paintings, works on paper, ceramics, and acetates from exhibitions and performances between 2011 and 2014.
ATTC will be at Counter, the fourth edition of Plymouth Art Book Fair, Saturday 17 March 2018 12 – 6pm
Counter draws together artists, collectives and book works to make friends, sell books, buy books, share work, share knowledge, learn something new, start conversations, ask questions, try to find answers and exchange ideas.
Counter will include small press / zines / multiples / mixtapes / fluxus / mailart / critical writing / offhand design / poetics / riso / photo / xerox / undesign / tea towels
Check out the Facebook page for more details including programme: www.facebook.com/counterplymouth
59 Amwell St, Clerkenwell, London EC1R 1UR
Paper Cuts, a project by Kristian Day, is holding an event at Tripp Gallery in Clerkenwell, London. Hundreds of artists, thousands of works on paper will be for sale, alongside the ATTC tea towel collection.
Idea Home Show takes a political look at how residents and practitioners working between art architecture and activism are proposing solutions for alternative models for living.
The full Artist Tea Towel Company collection is displayed in the exhibition, and for sale in the MIMA shop.
Displayed through four shows;
Assemble Granby Workshop: Products and Processes – Granby Workshop is a small-scale enterprise in Toxteth, Liverpool as part of a ground-up regeneration programme. Developed by artist and architect group Assemble and residents, its products use local materials in simple, inventive processes.
A Room of Our Own looks at the home as a political site and demonstrates how artists can contribute to making useful and enjoyable living spaces. It asks how, in post-industrial Britain, we can take control over our lived environments through cooperative production and creative thinking.
The Housing Question addresses social issues relating to housing across the twentieth century and in the present. It features art, project case studies, writing, film, printed matter and archive materials dealing with living conditions, architecture and urban spaces under capitalism.
Untitled (City Plan) displays works from the Middlesbrough Collection which look at the problems of place-making and cultural identity within the development of the urban landscape.
Saturday 29 Sept (10am- 6pm) & Sunday 1 Oct 2017 (10am – 4pm)
Falmouth Art Gallery, The Moor, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 2RT
FOMO celebrates and explores experimental art publishing practices, bringing artists, illustrators, designers, writers and performers into dialogue with the public and each other.
The fair will include exhibitor stands, installations, public readings, presentations and performances in various spaces within the venue, including the galleries, meeting room, library and foyer. Exhibitors are given the opportunity to display, sell and distribute artists’ publications of all kinds, such as editions, posters, journals, artists’ books, zines, stickers, audio recordings and tea towels.
FOMO is a collaborative project organised by staff from the Falmouth School of Art in partnership with Falmouth Art Gallery and Library.
Saturday 26th August
Films from 8pm – 10pm | Food & drink available from 7pm
Borlase Smart Room, Porthmeor Studios, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 1NG
Artist Tea Towel Company is hosting MONO, an evening of short artist films, curated by London-based artist Rafal Zajko. In its eighth iteration, MONO has been previously held in London, Warsaw, Bialystock, Reykjavik, Paris, Amsterdam & Washington DC.
The screening in St Ives will showcase fourteen films of less than 5 minutes by:
Lea Collet & Marios Stamatis
Sofia Albina & Novikoff Unger
Urara Tsuchiya & Joseph Walsh
Plus special screenings of ‘sp1ra’ by Kevin Brennan & ‘Mothership goes to Brazil’ by Josephine Arnell
As well as a bar, curries by Ruby June will be available – to reserve food please email: email@example.com
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Artist Tea Towel Company features in the new Artist-Led Hot 100 list.
Created by Liverpool artist Kevin Hunt and commissioned by a-n, the list is a follow up to an artwork originally created by Hunt in 2013. Version ii of the Hot 100 celebrates some of the most exciting artist-led activity across the UK that has emerged in the last four years.
The Hot 100 focuses on projects that are ‘by artists, for artists’ and draws together 100 emerging artist groups, curatorial initiatives, content publishers and independent exhibiting spaces and reflects activity across the UK.
Friday 26 & Saturday 27 May 2017
Most events are free, times vary
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The Artists Information Company a-n, together with Liverpool-based artist Kevin Hunt are hosting a two day ‘Artist-Led Assembly’. The programme of events are taking place primarily at The Royal Standard, an artist-led gallery, studio and social workspace in the city.
The event will celebrate emerging artist-led activity, involving some of the most exciting artist initiated projects both in Liverpool and nationwide. The programme will include discussion, tours, performance and socialising, alongside specific professional development advice brought to Liverpool by the wider a-n team.
As part of the programme, Artist Tea Towel Company founder and director Simon Bayliss will be giving an illustrated talk about the struggles and successes involved in setting up the company.
Pavilion Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 11.30am – 2pm, Saturday & Sunday: 11am-4pm
Free admission (some ticketed events)
Opening Reception: Saturday 13 May 3-5pm, all welcome
Juneau Projects, Makers of the Multiverse, concept image for the pavilion, 2016
Spacex has commissioned artist duo Juneau Projects (Philip Duckworth and Ben Sadler) to develop a project for Exeter, delivered in collaboration with local community groups and schools, culminating in the production of a sculptural pavilion. Located for four weeks at Exeter Quay, the pavilion will function as a shop, event venue and social space. As well as hosting workshops and events, it will be stocked with multiples by artists and makers, including tea towels from Artist Tea Towel Company.
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2–3 December 2016
86 Heath Mill Lane
Birmingham B9 4AR
Artist Tea Towel Company will be launching new designs at this lively two-day event. The gallery will be filled with affordable artworks, artist books, limited edition prints, small sculptures, paintings, zines, an art raffle, music and homemade refreshments.
Contributors include Rope Press, Two Queens Studio, Cathy Wade, Grand Union Gallery, William Cobbing, students from Birmingham City University Art & Design, Richard Stenton, Rafal Zar, Jamie & Rickie McNeil, Gregor Wright, Owen Piper, Sarah Taylor Silverwood, Andrew Lacon, Andrew Gillespie, Dale Hipkiss & Jonathan Graney.
The fair will open during December’s Digbeth First Friday (a monthly evening of exhibition openings and events). Eastside Projects’ Black Pleasure bar will be taken over by Foodsketz, a project by artists Alison Clare & Cat Smith, offering homemade food, tea, cocktails and conversations. Music will be provided by Queerzone3000.