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Hornsey Irregulars

A group for graduates of Hornsey College of Art/Middlesex University London

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Latest Activity: Aug 29, 2011

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Jules de Goede - Senior Lecturer 3 Replies

Started by Michael Bowdidge Apr 20, 2008.

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Comment by ARTStap International on August 29, 2011 at 10:55
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Comment by Shaun Belcher on December 1, 2009 at 13:29
Comment by julie shrive on March 7, 2009 at 11:10
No their studio was the church at the bottom of the hill .Gospel music was last heard emanating. The Jah Khrishna Vegetarian Restaurant in Stroud Green used to have a note from her framed " The Jah Khrishna the jewel in Finsbury Park's Crown !"She went to Mountview Theatre School originally and a drummer boy friend of my friend was in her first band The Tourists. Dylan was also seen hobnobbing in the area - a mate of Dave Stewarts . The best Gigs were at bottom of the hill with Iggy Quail.
Comment by Shaun Belcher on March 6, 2009 at 18:18
remember the cafe on archway road and the community centre at top of hill
also the Kin's Head gigs in basement and The Railway pub..oh and best of all even Dave Stuart and Annie Lennox behind the counter of Spanish Moon record shop or did I dream that?:-)
Comment by julie shrive on March 6, 2009 at 14:27
Hi! I live at the bottom of Crouch Hill now . Just masterminded a studio/ cabin at the bottom of the garden it is a bit like a spaceship . Come and view.In the 60's I was raving too NB My site on utube9773165 tells it all .I used to call this area Hippy's Last Retreat . Do you remember the organic cafe on the Archway Road.At that time use to go to Dingwalls ,saw REM 's and Pretender's first gigs there, the Howwff and Roundhouse[ Bob Marley ] . In fact saved it from the architects over 10 years ago . I was fortunate to have the Stones, Elton, Rod etc as the local band s at Eel Pie Island Twickenham and have carried on ever since .
Comment by JOHN A WALKER on August 18, 2008 at 5:53
I taught art history at Hornsey and Middlesex Poly/University from mid 1970s to end of the 1990s. I have been interviewed on TV about artschools and rock music and about the 1968 Hornsey occupation. A colleague Lisa Tickner has recently published a history of the 1968 occupation. See my profile on artreview for a painting of the sculpture in the garden of the main Hornsey building. I wonder if it is still there?

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