Art Licks Weekend 2017

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Art Licks Weekend 2016 tour, led by artist Tom Lovelace. Photo: Sam Nightingale

Art Licks has run its tours of artist-led project spaces and independent galleries in London since 2010. For the Art Licks Weekend, the tours are tailored to cover the main festival areas, each taking up to 20 people to visit a selection of participating spaces.

Explore a selection of festival highlights on an Art Licks Weekend guided walking tour. This is a great opportunity to talk to participating artists and curators as they give special introductions to exhibitions along the tour route.

This year's tours are run by artists Leah Capaldi, Holly Graham and Tom Lovelace, who will tailor their tours in relation to their practice.

Book in advance to secure your place on a tour, as tickets are limited:

Deptford with Holly Graham: Friday 29 September, 5-7pm. Book here.

Hackney with Leah Capaldi: Saturday 30 September, 3-5.30pm. Book here.

Peckham with Tom Lovelace: Sunday 1 October, 2-4pm. Book here.

Tickets are £10pp / £8pp concessions

Big Fat Art Crawl

Saturday 30 September, 12-6pm

For the 2017 festival, Your Beautiful Collective will be running the Big Fat Art Crawl as part of the Art Licks Weekend tours, visiting some of the spaces contributing to the festival in and around the North-East of London. Seeing art is great by yourself, but when you’re part of a group it becomes an experience where we can voice our opinions, get to know what makes each other tick and - most importantly - make FRIENDS in the process. Your Beautiful Collective present the Big Fat Art Crawl so we can all have a look together. The crawl group will drop in on artists and curators, run for the bus, stop for a pint and mull over everything we’ve just seen. It’s a date! New friends, old friends and potential friends all welcome. Starting at GRAFT at 12pm and ending at Bunkhouse Projects.

Your Beautiful Collective is Ellie Barrett, Dani Bessner, Olivia Brazier and Sophie Rogers. Formed in 2015 to support emerging artists by showing work, linking communities and creating platforms for supportive critical discussion.

Tickets are £5pp / £4pp concessions. Book here.

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