StudionAme Artists Collective (SNAC) have announced a 6 week takeover of LCB Depot. Taking place between 15th October and 25th November 2017. Each week will feature a new happening from 7 artists who base their practice in StudionAme.

From the outskirts of the Cultural Quarter to it’s heart each artist will create a unique experience. From a 24/7 live in artist sanctuary to a fully functioning skate park ‘Lines Crossed’ will offer visitors the unexpected, unsettling and sublime. Tantalizing all the senses every artist will offer up an array of art genres from installation, performance, visual, dance, participatory and mixed media. With live events, exhibitions, art markets, workshops, artists talks and performances on offer. Keep an eye out for Opening events throughout making this is a programme not to be missed.


15th – 21st
Observe – Tim Fowler’s occupation of the LightBox Gallery.

21st – 25th
Observe Exhibition of works created during the occupation. Private View of exhibition Monday 23rd

26th – 31st
Lightbox Foiled/Media(n) Views – Mark Boot and Phil Hackett Present new works in a spellbounding exhibition. During Canteen on Friday 27th Mark boot will present a collaborative dance performance and video installation in the Café.


1st – 12th
Daily Grind – Jonjo Elliott constructs and presents all things SKATE in this all consuming installation.
Friday 3rd Will be the opening night with live skate sessions from some local legends.
Saturday 4th The public is invited to a deck painting session.
Friday 10th Jonjo invites any skater enthusiasts to an open skate session.

13th – 19th
Those in Glass Houses – Loz Atkinson unsettling installation. Friday 17th will be the Private view evening.

20th – 25th
Same Same But Different – Catherine Howell Installation of 3D anthropological works.

Friday 24th
I Smoke, You Choke – Marcus Dove performance outside of LCB Depot. To coincide with Canteen Catherine Howell will also present a video in the café space

Chris is a Sparrow.

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