Celebrate diversity in the arts with a free outdoor event taking place in London (and online) this summer.
This August and September, The Sunday Art Club will immerse audiences in the joy of live performance. This multi-disciplinary festival will be socially distanced in Shoreditch, as well as streamed online, so everyone can enjoy the eclectic mix of theatre, jazz, film and visual art installations on offer.
Hosted by Voxonica, the August line-up will include a live mural painting by contemporary artist Aurelie Freoua. Freoua creates rhythm and harmony through contrasting colours and light in her paintings. There will also be an installation from abstract urban artist Christian Asare, a British Ghanain Artist whose variations in culture and identity influence his creative expression.
Expect a live set from emerging DJs, influenced by jazz, reggae, house and hip-hop; and live music from Jazz on the Rox, showcasing a blend of romantic and seductive jazz classics. As well live art and music, there will be performances directed by James Scotland (Assistant Director, She Ventures and He Wins, Young Vic), and a short film from NatWest and BP Award-winning director, choreographer and performance-art artist Greta Mendez.
The Sunday Art Club aims to bring live art back to audiences, something we’re all missing during this pandemic. The event promises an eclectic mix of alternative and new work, in a Covid-safe setting, for audiences online and in person.
When: 30th August & 27th September 2020
Where: Online and in person at Voxonica, Crooked Billet Yard, Kingsland Road, London E2 8AF
£: Free, tickets are available from eventbrite
More info: www.eventbrite.co.uk