Join us for the launch of Eye Candy 2014 as we present unique works by Fafi, Miss Led, Felt Mistress, Cachetejack and Daisy de Villeneuve alongside a host of workshops and masterclasses with Brothers of the Stripe, Girls Who Draw, The Culture Cart, Make it Sewcial and many more…
Launch event: Thursday 13th November from 6pm with LIVE ART & MUSIC including:
A live set from Birmingham’s very own Black Mekon
An interactive music and projection collaboration from artist Patrick Simkins and French Producer MiM
A very special performance from legendary New York Dolls guitarist Sylvain Sylvain who presents Bowery Butterflies – Stories and songs from 70’s Underground New York.
Live Draw with Brothers of the Stripe
The Great Advisor by Felt Mistress
Vintage Street Style photography from PYMCA and exhibition from Newtasty
Column Artists event
Girls Who Draw screenprinting
And much more…
For the full line-up see our brochure here.
DATE: 13th November from 6pm
VENUE: Boxxed, 104 Floodgate Street, Birmingham, B5 5SR
MORE INFO: http://www.eyecandyfestival.co.uk
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