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25 July - 11 August 2024

Wed - Sun | 12-6pm

Staffordshire St presents Festival of Community 2024: a collaborative programme of workshops, events, exhibitions and drop-ins that will celebrate our neighbourhood and the communities that fill its streets.

 

Exploring notions of community, place and belonging, Staffordshire St will become a locus for playful creativity and celebratory knowledge sharing.

More info here.

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Opening: Thursday 25 July 2024

6-9pm

25 July - 11 August 2024

Wed - Sun | 12-6pm

Staffordshire St invite you to return to the water park with Pipe Dreams, a collaborative project conjured by Jimi and Madeleine Famurewa.

Prepare to be transported to the half-remembered fantasia of a London orbital waterpark in the mid-1990s. Pipe Dreams will combine soundscapes,

large-scale drawings and an installation.

This exhibition will be the centrepiece of our annual Festival of Community

More info here.

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Opening Thursday 29 August

30 August - 1 September 2024

Fri - Sun | 12-6pm

Staffordshire St presents Are the Stones Standing Still, an exhibition-cum-symposium. The weekend event acts as a follow-up to Eastside Project's 2023  If It Thunders on All Fool's Day.

 

Curator Dinosaur Kilby has invited collaborative groups from around the UK to produce a banner, a statement of intent about who you are, what you are doing and where you want to be in the next 5 years.

 

As England crumbles, arts funding is cut, the king dies, are there new ways of doing? Or are the stones standing still?

 

From the regions to the capitol, No one's watching, do something.

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Opening Thursday 12 September

13 - 22 September 2024

Weds - Sun | 12 - 6pm

Staffordshire St presents Made Without Permission, as part of London Design Festival 2024.

 

Celebrating a language of intervening in our shared spaces by ‘making it ourselves’ – greatly influenced by the different diasporas and communities that come together in our city.


The exhibition brings together the work and practice of designers, collectives, artists, groups and individuals alongside day-to-day rituals and everyday moments.

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