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Thursday 31st July | Art in the Public Realm hosted by Art Review 12:30 - 13:30
Chaired by Art Review, featuring Ekow Eshun (Cultural Commentator), Vivien Lovell (Modus Operandi), Hadrian Garrard (Create London) and artist Ruth Ewan. Exploring the importance of art in the public domain and the audience it is aimed at. Doors open at 12:00

Thursday 31st July

£10.00 £1.25
Friday 1st August | Access to Creativity hosted by journalist Hannah Pool | 12:30 - 13:30
Join journalist and author Hannah Pool for a debate looking at perceptions of the socially excluded and why their engagement in the arts is crucial. Panellists include Katy Dawe (Art Against Knives), Neil Griffiths (Director of Arts Emergency), James Brett (Founder, Museum of Everything), Ruth Ewan and Nadra Shah, Festival Director Art Social 14. Doors open at 12:00
£10.00 £1.25
Friday 1st August | Architecture and the City hosted by Musicity - Chaired by Broadcaster Ruth Barnes | 14:30 - 15:30
Hosted by Musicity, founded by BBC Radio Broadcaster Nick Luscombe, in collaboration with Modern Culture founder Martin Colthorpe, this event will explore the sound of London's streets and music as part of its DNA or social capital. Panelists include author Travis Elborough, Bob Stanley (St.Etienne) and Dai Watts. Doors open at 14:00
£10.00 £1.25
Friday 1st August | Live Music by Tom Baxter 19:00 - 20:00
An exclusive performance from renowned musician Tom Baxter whose voice featured in the 2012 Royal Wedding and Beijing Olympics. Following two critically acclaimed albums, 2014 sees the release of a third, The Uncarved Block. Doors open at 18:00
£10.00 £1.25
Friday 1st August | Art Social Late Night curated by Tony Nwachukwu 21:00 - 00:30
For the festival’s Late Night session, Art Social ’14 collaborator Tony Nwachukwu will curate an evening of music and DJ sets, in the house’s atmospheric Garden Room. Event starts at 20:30. No entrance after 23:30.*allows access to the private member's club.

Saturday 2nd August

£10.00 £1.25
Saturday 2nd August | Workshop with Gaynor O'Flynn: The Voice 11:00 - 12:30
Artist and musician Gaynor O'Flynn presents an interactive workshop mixing vocal practices with philosophical teaching, meditation and relaxation. Previous vocal training not required! Doors open at 10:30
£10.00 £1.25
Saturday 2nd August | Barby Asante in conversation with Emily Druiff from Peckham Platform 13:30 - 14:30
A chance to hear Art Social ’14 commissioned artist Barby Asante in conversation with Emily Druiff, Executive Director of Peckham Platform, discussing Barby’s practice, and her collaboration with musician and DJ Tony Nwachukwu, in response to this year’s festival. Doors will open at 13:00
£8.00 £1.13
Saturday 2nd August | Digital Democracy 15:30 - 16:30
Hosted by Protein, the leading faces of the digital industry discuss the relevance of digital in our current cultural climate. Speakers include artist Margot Bowman, Mark Williamson of Spotify, Jamie McCracken from Protein, journalist Laura Havlin and Joel Gethin Lewis. Doors open at 15:00
£8.00 £1.13
Saturday 2nd August | Performance by Doug Fishbone 19:30, live DJ set from Robi Walters 21:00 until late
Conceptual artist and stand-up Doug Fishbone will perform one of his comic slide-show lectures, taking the audience on a ride through his warped imagination. Followed by Robi Walters, an artist represented by Mayfair gallery Waterhouse & Dodd, who will be making his debut appearance for The House of St Barnabas + Art Social. Doors open at 18:30

Sunday 3rd August

£10.00 £1.25
Sunday 3rd August | Art Social '14 Fun Day, Under 5's go free!

Free Exhibition Passes

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Thursday 31st July | Exhibition Ticket
Tickets must be booked in advance. Ticket valid for entry and exhibition access only during times indicated.
Free £0.00
Saturday 2nd August | Exhibition Ticket
Tickets must be booked in advance. Ticket valid for entry and exhibition access only during times indicated. Entrance via Chapel door on Manette Street.
Free £0.00
Saturday 9th August | Exhibition Ticket
Tickets must be booked in advance. Ticket valid for entry and exhibition access only during times indicated.
Free £0.00

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Art Social ’14 is the first four-day festival of art and culture from pioneering charity and not-for-profit private members’ club, The House of St Barnabas.

Amongst talks, interactive workshops and live music in a 19th Century Chapel in the heart of Soho, emerging artists will display visual and sonic contemporary installations throughout the Grade I listed Georgian town house.

Our mission is to bring people closer together, to seemingly mix oil and water and close the cultural and social gap that exists in our society. Using contemporary art and music to respond to these themes, some surprising, some raw, all set against the backdrop of a House rich in heritage and history, it will be an exciting juxtaposition for the audience to experience 

The installation exhibitions will be open during the festival and on Saturdays throughout August with limited free access to members of the public. Entrance appointments can be booked below to view these specially commissoned collaborative pieces by; 




Art Social '14 has curated a series of Special Events, talks and live performances from Thursday 31st July until Sunday 3rd August.


We look forward to welcoming you and engaging you in this exciting project.


Lottery Funded      ArtReview

Do you have questions about ART SOCIAL '14? Contact The House of St Barnabas


The House of St Barnabas
Chapel Entrance, Manette Street
United Kingdom

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The House of St Barnabas

The House of St Barnabas is a Soho charity that supports London's homeless back into lasting work through its not-for-profit private members' club: A unique community of the interested and the interesting, the continually curious and socially motivated drawn together inside a beautiful Grade I listed Georgian townhouse in the heart of Soho.

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