Monday, June 20, 2011

Utrophia come down the valley

Utrophia, the arts collective that has occupied the old Ice Cream Factory on Tanner's Hill for the past few years will be saying goodbye to their home this Friday with an evening of art, music, homemade food, performances, film and more.

After much searching for an alternative space, we've heard that they will heading down the hill to take up residence at the old Job Centre offices on Deptford High Street (next to the main Job Centre), as artist caretakers of the building. They haven't officially announced this yet but we think it's grand news.

That's It?
Utrophia Leaving Party
Friday 24th June, 7pm-midnight 
at the Ice Cream Factory, Tanner's Hill.

This Friday is also the night for SLAM's (South London Art Map) Last Fridays. Check the website to see what galleries and shows are open late...In Deptford, that's Bearspace, Lewisham Arthouse, The Old Police Station, APT Gallery, The Agency, and Art Hub. A new gallery at 114 Amersham Vale, kynastonmcshine, is showing their inaugural exhibition...

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