Open House 2021

Join us for the first Open House in our new buildings: A two–day programme of open studios, workshops, talks, screenings, DJs and special events.

Our onsite artists are opening their studios to the public for the first time. Contributors include ActionSpace, Ayo Akingbade, Ruth Angel Edwards, Ain Bailey, Angelica Bollettinari, Henry Bradley, Lubna Chowdhary, Flatness, Holly Graham, Anthea Hamilton, Hsi–Nong Huang, Steph Huang, Nnena Kalu, Art Law Studio, Djofray Makumbu, Alicia Reyes Mcnamara, Ana Milenkovic, Josiah Moktar, Sola Olulode, Jamila Prowse, Curtly Thomas, Markus Vater, Adia Wahid and Catriona Whiteford. A presentation of moving image works is presented in the Project Studio. 

To coincide with Open House, The Café at Studio Voltaire is serving mulled wine and seasonal specials, alongside their usual menu of freshly made cakes, sandwiches, warm dishes and refreshments. 

All events are free. Click the links below for more information about each event.

 

FRIDAY 10 DECEMBER 2021

Open Studios
2–9pm

Talk: Thompson Hall and Dr. Mark Sealy in Conversation
4.30–5.30pm

Launch: Ashish for House of Voltaire
6–9pm

DJ Sets: Ain Bailey, Nabihah Iqbal and Nadine Noor Ahmad
6–9pm

 

SATURDAY 11 DECEMBER 2021

Workshop: RESOLVE Collective Emotional Mapping
10am–2pm

Exhibition Tour: William Scott
12–12.45pm

Book signing and guest shopkeeping: Russell Tovey and Deborah Francis-White
2–3pm

Guest shopkeeping: John Booth and Bethan Laura Wood, 3–4pm

Talk: Artists Zakiya McKenzie and Anthea Hamilton in conversation, facilitated by Shama Khanna
3
–4pm

Film Screening: Medicine For Melancholy, written and directed by Barry Jenkins
4.30–6pm

 

VISITING SAFELY DURING CORONAVIRUS

Please note guests will be asked to provide either a negative test result (PCR or rapid, lateral flow) or full vaccination proof on entry.

Masks are required, if you are not exempt.
By RSVPing to this event, you and any guests agree that you are not to attend or travel to the event should you feel unwell with Covid-19 Symptoms on the day of your visit.

Kindly do not attend the event if you have had close contact with someone who was exhibiting COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms, was recently diagnosed with or tested positive for COVID-19.

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