Creative Global Network for the Visual Arts

Illumini Event 2010, presents Secret Subterranean London. This event provides a full exhibition, tours and also talks, with also free creative workshops and talks.Book your free place now!
Venue The basement SHoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old street, London EC1V 9LT
From the 10th sept-15th sept

The Light at the End of the Tunnel. Mon 13th 11am free, booking essential, please email us

Facilitated by Diane Parker and Deborah Henry-Pollard
• How do you be creative under the pressures of day to day life?
• How do you focus on one great idea when you have dozens flying around in your head?
• At the other end of the scale, how do you break out of a creative block?

This workshop, which will combine fun and good sense, will give you some tools and insights to use when you find yourself hitting a creative brick wall. We will use interactive processes, games and exercises, so come in comfy clothes and prepared to participate fully!

The workshop is for anyone who wants to embrace and develop their creativity, at whatever level and in whatever medium. The workshop will run for 2 hours and spaces are limited to 15, so pre-booking is necessary.

Talk on the 13th sept 2pm Free
Elpida Hadzi Vasileva will talk about her national and international artistic practice and her role as an advocate and adviser for AIR - Artists Interaction and Representation, the UK's largest membership and representative body for visual and applied artists.

Art proposal &submission tips. Mon 13th Sept 4.30pm Free

The founder of Illumini, Jane Webb will do a workshop for artist's on submitting to art exhibitions. Illumini noticed nearly 80% of artists lack the knowledge of sending in a good submission. This talk will give tips and useful information that will get you noticed next time you apply to an exhibition.

'Shed Light on Copyright' on Wed 15th 4pm Free
needs to booked in advance.

An introduction to law for artists whose artistic practices are outside the more traditional, such as conceptual, appropriation or installation art. Do installations attract copyright? How can you protect your work from being copied or stolen even if it's just an idea to be executed by others? How can you ensure it is properly displayed and you are credited? What do you need to look out for in contracts? Do you need permission to display or perform your work? This seminar will introduce you to the finer aspects of copyright law and show you ways of protecting your work. Don't miss an interesting discussion…
Please note this talk needs to booked direct with Own-it, this guarantees you a seat. You are still very welcome to just turn up on the day, but we cant promise there will be seats left. To book via their website, just become a member for free, then you can book the event at the bottom of the page. Click here

Musion Academy Wed 15th Sept 11am Free

Musion will be giving a range of talks on their holographic projection system, artist talks and networking sessions

More details to be confirmed

Creative Capital Wed 15th 2pm Free
The talk will focus on surviving the first year or two after graduation, some tips and tricks plus what the organisation itself offers in supporting emerging designers and artists.

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Comment by Jane Webb on August 22, 2010 at 17:40
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