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Rusangano Family @ Ormston House

“Rusangano Family may have made the most important Irish album in years. Both as social document and artistic endeavour it certainly doesn’t have many rivals.” – Golden Plec. Ormston House is proud to host an interactive workshop with Rusangano Family sharing the creative processes involved in writing, recording and producing their new album Let The…

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We do Black hair

We do Black hair proposes to bring together the local African and Caribbean communities as part of OPEN SOURCE Festival through an afro hair event addressing ongoing questions of aesthetic canons, identity politics, and visual representations in the media. This project is informed by the all-too-common experience of the random “Can I touch your hair?”…

Linda O'Keeffe. Courtesy: the artist.

My Voice is Still Lost

Ormston House, in partnership with EVA International and Making Histories Visible, invites you to the listening event, My Voice is Still Lost, a new quadrophonic sound installation by Linda O’Keeffe (IE/UK) created as part of the evolving Murder Machine project curated by Christine Eyene in collaboration with Ormston House. My Voice is Still Lost explores The Murder…

Open Source

OPEN SOURCE 2016

  OPEN SOURCE is a multidisciplinary arts festival held on Gillett Square in Dalston, London, exploring subcultures, identity, fluidity and self-determination across video, painting, installation and performance. In its second edition, OPEN SOURCE 2016 is curated by Emily Butler, Christine Eyene, Helen Nisbet, Joe Fletcher Orr & Doug Bowen, Richard Parry and Amy Sherlock. Artists…

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April-May Newsletter

Welcome to eye.on.art special bimonthly newsletter. We finished the last days of April in Yaounde, Cameroon, where Fondation Paul Ango Ela hosted Cameroon’s 2nd Convention on Creative Entreprises and Industries commissioned by the Ministry of Arts and Culture as part of its cooperation with France, in a bid to assess the country’s current cultural landscape,…