Part of the Art Licks Weekend 2014 perforamnce programme was orchestrated in collaboration with Radio Anti, to explore the notion of hosting through broadcasting, expanding the reach of each performance beyond its immediate audience. You can now listen to the recordings here.
Performances today take place across Hackney 12-6pm, responding to the programme’s theme of ‘hosting’ through hospitality, exercise, consumption and collectivity. More here.
It’s the last day of the festival for 2014! Spaces are open from 12-6pm so you have all afternoon to get round. Use our map to plan your route.
Join us at Chisenhale Gallery today for our ‘Next Steps’ discussion event. Hear from artists, art professionals, artist assistants and cultural entrepreneurs about the routes they’ve chosen into their careers and how they make it work. Book here.
The Art Licks Weekend 2014 is now finished – thank you to all who took part, and all who visited this year’s festival. We hope you all enjoyed it and we hope to see you again next year!
For the ALW, Desktop Residency commissioned 8 artists to make works in response to objects from the V&A collection, download their works here.
Artist Lawrence Lek will be in discussion tomorrow with Rachel Falconer about his Art Licks Weekend project, Sky Line. Free, booking required.
The weekend’s performance programme starts tonight 6-9pm with m?ks?ko? at Hackney Downs station & Levack Lewandowski’s Orange, A Colour Ritual for Autumn at French Riviera. See the full programme here.
The Art Licks Weekend 2014 festival opens tonight! All festival galleries and spaces will be open from 6-9pm. Plan your route!
Need a festival Guide? Pick up the printed guides from festival Hubs in Peckham, Bermondsey, Hackney & Hackney Wick. Marked on the map in green.
From a gamer’s IRL ode to the Circle line to shroom dining al-fresco”, Dazed & Confused select their Art Licks Weekend must-sees. Read the article.
With the Art Licks Weekend 2014 launch fast approaching, ‘this is tomorrow’ preview the festival programme. Read the article.
We are delighted to release Issue 15 of the Art Licks magazine for Autumn, which features short interviews with Art Licks Weekend participants. Read more.
Jessie Bond interviewed Fabienne Hess in anticipation of the Art Licks Weekend, LUX screenings at Open School East this Sunday. Read more.
Join us tonight at the V&A! September’s Friday Late is a collaboration between the V&A and Art Licks and acts as a preview to the Art Licks Weekend. Read more.
All HOST performance programme times and locations are now confirmed – plan your route! Read more.
Last few days to submit your least important image for Fabienne Hess’ LUX commission for the Art Licks Weekend. Read more.
Sky Line is the most recent chapter of Lawrence Lek’s Bonus Levels, an ongoing project interrogating the representation of utopian narratives through videos and virtual worlds. Watch the project trailer.
A party to celebrate the Art Licks Weekend 2014, hosted by Art Licks, 38b, The Grubby Mitts and the late night jams crew Sleepy Night Burger Party. On the Friday night at Peckham Liberal Club. Read more.
Daniel Kelly’s DKUK salon comes to Peckham for the ALW performance programme on Friday & Saturday, 12-6pm. Appointments are available on the hour and can be booked by emailing email@example.com. Haircuts are offered on a pay what you can afford basis. Read more.
As a prelude to the Art Licks Weekend festival, Art Licks have collaborated with the V&A for their September Friday Late (26th Sept, 6.30-10pm). Read more.
Discussion event at Chisenhale. Hear from artists, art professionals, artist assistants & cultural entrepreneurs about the routes they’ve chosen into their careers and how they make it work. Part of the festival learning programme. Read more.
Artist Fabienne Hess wants your ‘least important’ images for his new work The Least Important, Art Licks, which will be screened by LUX during the Art Licks Weekend. Read more.
You can now book your spot for Looking, Mediated: a FREE screening of works by Johann Arens, Helen Benigson, Lucy Clout, Richard Healy, Fabienne Hess and Patrick Hough. In association with LUX. Read more.
Book yourself on an Art Licks Weekend tour to hear the inside track on the exhibitions and events from the artists and curators behind them. Read more.
The Programme for the Weekend is now live! With over 80 exhibitions and events taking place during the festival. Read more.
Sky Line by Lawrence Lek is this year’s Digital Commission. The virtual Circle Line will link facsimiles of galleries and project spaces taking part in the festival. Read more.
The Performance Programme for this year’s festival has now been announced and will take the theme of ‘hosting’. Artist performances will take place hourly in public spaces across London during the festival. Read more.
The inaugural Artist Moving Image Programme, in collaboration with LUX, has now been announced. Read more.
The application deadline for the Art Licks Weekend 2014 has now closed. Please keep an eye on our website as we’ll be announcing this year’s programme soon.
The Art Licks Weekend 2014 application process is NOW OPEN! If you are interested in taking part in this year’s festival (3 – 5 October) please download the Application Form and Guidelines here. The deadline for returning the forms is Friday 27 June by 5pm.