Light and Dark
The photographic imagery and video pieces of Teresa Neal, Sharon Haward and Robin Hutt reimagine familiar environments. The projections emphasise shadow, shape and tone, conjuring up a range of meanings in the process.
12-25 October 2017, Sussex Coast College, Room 4, 116 level 4, Station Approach, Hastings TN34 1BA.

Proposition For Making A Silent Opera At An Invisible Museum / Thinking Posture
Li-E Chen is developing a silent opera on the life and work of Tehching Hsieh. As part of the China Changing festival at the Southbank Centre, Chen will be leading a number of workshops, including one on authoring a draft libretto ‘in the form of propositions for thinking and action’. Chen will also be presenting a parallel workshop that uses the act of learning to write and speak specific Mandarin words and characters as a way for participants to think about their own ‘Thinking Posture’. She invites artists to join her and the public in the first stage of this year-long research project.
Saturday 7 October 2017, 1pm, Royal Festival Hall, Level 3, Function Room, Blue side, Southbank Centre, London SE1.

Now & Then | Here & There
From receiving a box brownie camera as a young girl to taking up professional photography in 1999 after a career in fashion and the theatre, at 80 Janie Rayne takes us on a journey through her photographic work. This solo exhibition is in collaboration with printmaker Roy Snell.
12-29 October 2017, The MUSE Gallery & Studio, 269 Portobello Road, London W11 1LR.

Soundstripes 1
For Soundstripes 1, live improvised music will be performed alongside a programme of films dating from the early 20th century along with recent pieces by locally-based filmmakers and artists. The performance is ‘pay what you decide’, with all money going to the artists.
Thursday 12 October 2017, 8pm, The Making Space, 21 Market Place, Huddersfield HD 1 2AA.

InspiralLondon Festival 2017 – Kent Connections
InspiralLondon is an artist-conceived walking route divided into 36 segments. Beginning in the centre of London it spirals out and ends in Kent, making unexpected connections between places and taking in less commonly trodden paths along the way. For the 2017 festival, four days are given over to talks, walks and workshops around radical politics, planning laws and the outdoor experience, with a focus on the final sections of the trail.
12-15 October, Various Locations within London and Gravesend.

All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members

1. Light and Dark Exhibition, Photohastings. Courtesy: Teresa Neal
2. Li-E Chen, n-1 (2015-2017) © Li-E Chen 2017. All right reserved. Photo by a Passerby
3. Janie Rayne, title unknown. Courtesy: The Muse at 269
4. Segment No 13-14, Forest Hill to Silver St, Photo: Miyuki Kasahara, Courtesy: InspiralLondon

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