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CirculArt Trail Cambridge
The CirculART Trail showcases the work of over 20 artists and makers who will be displaying their pieces made from re-purposed materials in the windows of Cambridge’s finest charity shops
Nottingham Light Night 2016
The Nottingham Light Night is an annual festival that transforms the city and brings it to life after dark through illuminations, art, spectacles, music, street theatre and much more.
Trash to Treasure
‘Trash to Treasure’ is a series of innovative exhibitions featuring artwork and everyday objects which have all been created from waste. Nottingham City Council, Arts Council England, knowtrash, City Arts, Playworks, Nottingham Trent University, Lace Market Gallery, intu Broadmarsh and Central College have come together to host the exhibitions across a series of city centre venues until the end of March 2016
Nov 2015-Jan 2016
Installed an art installation for the galleries window at Shape Arts Gallery Westfield Shopping centre London
The Promise of the Internet
10th-24th Oct 2015 The promise of the Internet.
Selected commissioned artist’s explore the duality of the world wide web in a group exhibition in Sheffield
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The Story So Far
1st July – 21st July 2015 ‘The Story so Far Exhibition’ A mixed media exhibition exploring Fairytales, Folklore, Legends, Myths and Stories. On the 14th July from 7pm, we will be hosting a poetry open mic event to form part of this exhibition .
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London Group Draw II
Thursday the 23rd April 2015 7pm at The Cello Factory. The Draw II gives you the opportunity to buy 134 original art works For the price of £100 a ticket you will be leaving the Cello Factory with a piece of London Group art under your arm. The sooner your ticket is drawn from the hat the sooner you can choose from over one hundred works of art by members, group friends and celebrity artists.
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Your Pop up
19th November to 23rd December Tue -Sat 10am- 5pm
14 Leys Ave, Letchworth, Herts
“Your Pop-Up”, gives local businesses, artists and designer/makers the opportunity to exhibit their talents
Please DO Touch The Artwork
23 May- 7 June 2014
Visitors to this exciting exhibition at The Brewery in Cheltenham, will be encouraged to interact with a selection of artwork from 11 UK artists. The event includes artwork you can touch, explore, help create and even eat and is open to all ages, both adults and children from .
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Oxford Pride Exhibition
31 May – 10 June 2013
Celebrating 35 years of the Rainbow Flag, the Boiler Room Gallery plays host to the Oxford Pride 2013 Launch Party on 31st May 6-9pm.
Shape the Future Recycle Art competition Shape the Future: Living and Design the City is an art platform of artists who use recycled material to express their visions.
The London Group invites you to join us in celebrating our Centenary Year.
For a hundred years, our continuously evolving group has been meeting, debating values in the visual arts, mentoring fellow artists, and running a self-financed and challenging exhibition programme.
May 14 – May 24 At the Cello Factory 33-34 Cornwall Road , London SE1 8TJ
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Genetic Moo will be creating Microworld : Arcadia – a ‘living’ art space which will grow, transform and evolve in response to user activity. For two weeks, visitors will be able to immerse themselves in an interactive digital ecology.
Arcadecardiff, Queens Arcade, Cardiff, CF10 2BY
21st May to 2nd June, Open Daily (except Mondays) ADMISSION FREE
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Sci-Fi London Film Festival
With the 12th annual SCI-FI-LONDON film festival approaching (April 30 – MAY 6), we are excited to announce a series of celebration events to unleash that inner geek (well in most of our cases it is already out and proud!). As well as the international round-up of the best new sci-fi and fantasy features, shorts and documentaries, this year’s events include: Jane Webb, a festival favourite presents some sci-fi sculpture
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Spring @ Culvtivate Gallery
SPRING s a group show, a celebration of things to bloom, an open call group show
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A showcase of illuminated artworks which will be installed in venues across Poole town centre that including shops and bars along the High Street and Quay, the Lighthouse, and Poole Museum. From Wed 20th March- Sat 23rd March . from 6.30pm-8.30m
To celebrate Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary, Illumini will take you back to Victorian London. The Victorians excelled at telling ghost stories. In an age of rapid scientific progress, the idea of a dark past and terror that is able to reach out and violate the present fascinated them. Dickens had a fascination with ghosts and death like many Victorians, haunted by the supernatural ghosts and fairies and telepathic encounters, occult religions and the idea of reincarnation.
Illumini will take you on a journey of Victorian hauntings, explore the dark side of a city long forgotten. Take torch light tours beneath the haunted streets of the city. The event will launch with a free grand opening night, full of entertainment, costumed performers and light shows. The event will display artworks, props and the history of Victorian culture and hidden spectres, with guided tours and evenings of ghost stories.
Electro-late @ Museum of London
The Museum of London in collaboration with Illumini is hosting a free night of electrifying performances, visuals and hands-on activities, in the newly refurbished Sackler Hall and Galleries of Modern London will be open late.
Visitors entering the event will be treated to dynamic dance performances in the foyer by young dancers from Union Too. Flooding the underground space of the lower galleries will be an electro soundscape made up of live tracks created with a mix of turntablism, retro toy twisting, sonic weapon and dirty breaks. Amid the heavy sounds, those exploring the galleries will discover dancing robots, electronic humanoids and LED dancers, as well as futuristic jugglers and magicians, showcasing their skills, courtesy of Illumini.
Party goers will get to test their creativity by turning their hands to virtual graffiti and have a chance to emulate past London styles, from Teddy Boys and punks to hippies and mods. A photographer will be on hand to capture visitors’ alter-egos, inspired by items from the museum’s collection.
Plug In festival is part of Stories of the World, one of the major projects at the heart of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad . As part of the Plug In festival the museum will also be hosting a fresh take on gallery tours, a careers event for young people and an afternoon of youth culture in film.
In Partnership with Illumini (curated by Jane Webb )
Crypt-mas… When was the last time you visited Santa Claus?
A free alternative Christmas art experience, for all ages, created inside an underground grotto. The venue is a dark church crypt, with alcoves and arched ceilings, the fantastic setting and atmosphere, for an alternative Christmas experience.
Once inside this unusual historical subterranean labyrinth, guests can explore the festive grotto. Illumini takes them on a journey of an alternative Christmas, one never been seen before. Walls lit with bright colourful projections and effects guide the way, passing illuminating artworks that will dazzle and amaze guests of all ages. Hidden deep inside, Is Illumini’s very own Father Christmas, an art installation based on a futuristic, robotic Santa. He is there to greet all his guest from young to old, with surprises and gifts for the children. The event has been designed for everyone no matter what age, to enjoy a free alternative Christmas art experience.
Children can participate in workshops during their visit, making their own festive gifts to take home with them.The whole event is free including children’s workshops, making it a fantastic family fun day out with a difference, at what can be a very expensive time of the year for people, especially families. www.illuminievent.co.uk
Secret Subterranean London
An invitation to explore the ‘secret labyrinths’ beneath the streets of London, by torchlight.
Illumini Event Presents : Secret Subterranean London curated by Jane Webb
Take an illuminating art journey, through the history of subterranean London. The Exhibition, with over 50 artists, re-creates many of London’s underground secrets, with illuminating art, props and historical information on these hidden underground gems of our city. Find out the secret doors which unfold vast vaults and tunnels.
Illumini Event 2010 will be held in an underground rustic location in London, and promises to be an exciting and historical look into the history of the secret underground city. The old rustic subterranean dark labyrinth, with its many rooms, alleyways and cells, will be transformed by artists’ and prop makers into several areas of historical underground London, e.g.: World War bunkers, disused stations, crypts, historical waterways and many more, the long-forgotten hidden secrets of London.
The event will start with a grand opening night, which you are invited to with free entertainment; where everyone is welcome. Live acts: stilt walkers, light shows, magicians, illuminating dancers, tarot reading, travel back in time with historical costumed performers, and much more. We hope to see you there. Please arrive early to avoid queues. Opening night Thursday 9th sept 2010 Free 6pm-10pm
During the event there will be free workshops, talks about secrets that are hidden in London’s underground by a number of special guests: from authors, historians and museums and even Subterranean tours, with venues being opened to the public for this event only. These include The Grand entrance hall of Brunel’s Thames Tunnel, where Illumini will present artists, Genetic Moo to be the first artists to exhibit in this unique space for over 140 years, with their light installation. Another Tour will include a torch lit tour of Shoreditch Church Crypt, known as Shakespeare’s church. Also including a tour on street level, that shows hidden secret doors and entrances to underground gems. There will also be talks on the occult history of London, and ghosts that explore the vaults at night.
On the 23rd June 2009 in Leicester Square London.Jane will installing a piano installation. Jane was asked to create transform a piano into a theatre themed art installation, for the ‘Sing for London’ launch on the 23rd June at 6.30pm. Everyone is welcome and its free. SIng for London will have 30 pianos distributed onto the streets of London for any one to play.
Jane is working on the piano in a disused office/shop in Broadwick street London just off carnaby street, I am right next door to the Piano Gallery.When the studios are open, you are very welcome to pop in to see the progress of the project. or if you are passing take a look its in the window.
For more details on Sing For London www.singlondon.org
4th sept-17th Sept .Open daily 11am – 7pm free admission.
The opening night is free and everyone is welcome and will include an extraordinary light theme preformances.The Crypt, St Pancras Church, Euston Rd/ Duke’s Rd. London NW1 2BA
For more information go to www.illuminievent.co.uk
Sci-Fi Film Festival
Guest Artist displaying cybernetic humanoid sculptures and light box for the event.
From 30th April 2008- 4th May 2008
For more details go to www. sci-fi-london.com
The London Design Festival- Shift
Venue: London Glassblowing Workshop’s Glass Art Gallery,
7 The Leather market, Weston Street,
London SE1 3ER.
Dates and Opening Times:
Saturday 20 September 2008, 11am – 5pm.
Monday 22 September- Friday 10 October 2008,10am – 5pm.
Seminar: Saturday 20 September 2008 – 2pm.
Olympiad Event 2012 ‘Light Up’ Langthorne park .
Saturday 27th September for one night only Jane Webb will curate and exhibit Illumni Quantum at the ‘Olympiad event ‘Light up’ at Langthorne park, leytonstone high rd, London E11. 8pm-11pm Free
Islington art and design fair
23rd september- 26th september fri 1pm-7pm sat-sun 12-6pm Free. Candid Arts Trust Galleries, 3 Torrens St Angel Islington, London EC1V 1NQ
2007 Group exhibition ‘Artsuck’ at Greenwich
2007 Joint exhibition ‘Luminaries’ at Et Cetra Gallery Hackney London.
2007 Group exhibition Pride in the house at Lauderdale House London
2007 Group Exhibition ‘Inspired by’ V&A Museum London
2006 Group exhibition ‘Directions’ at Lethaby galley Central St Martins London.
2006 Group exhibition ‘Fourteen Women’ Cochrane Theatre London W1.
2006 Group 2nd exhibition ‘Fourteen’ Cochrane theatre London W1
2005 3 pieces of art on loan to Blush Stoke Newington
2005 Solo exhibition Blush stoke Newington
2004 Solo exhibition Blush Stoke Newington
2003 group show Islington Arts Factory
2001 short listed and exhibited at Future Design Awards Business design centre Islington.
2000 Solo exhibition central station Walthamstow.
2000 Donated Art work for Breast cancer Auction raised £1200.
1999 Solo exhibition Central station Walthamstow.
1988 Christmas card short listed and commercially printed.