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TONIGHT Do an Art Tour of Fitzrovia Lates with Zeitgeist Arts Projects

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Fitzrovia Lates Thursday 31 January, 5-8pm Book here

They shall be visiting: Pilar Corrias, Haunch of Venison, Modern Art, Josh Lilley, Nettie Horn, Rose Issa Projects and anything else along the way that takes their fancy….

Meet at Ceri Hand Gallery at 5pm

Led by Annabel Tilley and Rosalind Davis, these insider art tours cover a variety of London’s art spaces, commercial and public galleries, artist-led and pop-up spaces. By speaking to gallery directors, artists and curators, they aim to give you an intimate insight into relationships between artists and arts organisations.

The tours allow you to discover (or re-discover) various art communities in London, evoking discussion and questions about your own practice and where it may fit into these organisations. The tour will round off with a glass of wine at a local pub.

About Zeitgeist Arts Projects
2012 Rosalind Davis & Annabel Tilley co-founded Zeitgeist Arts Projects to support ambitious artists with practical ways to sustain their practice. The DIY Educate artists’ professional practice programme Show & Tell and their innovative touring participatory talk: The A-Z of Surviving as an Artist are designed to encourage artists to learn from other artists, network, engage, thrive and raise their profiles. Tilley and Davis also curate exhibitions of outstanding new and established artists, like their launch exhibition, Collectible, an exhibition of 68 new, promising and established artists; the Zeitgeist Open Exhibition 2012, and 2013’s much anticipated: Discernible

www.zeitgeistartsprojects.com/

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