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ProductTank July - ProductTank (London, England) - Meetup

ProductTank July - ProductTank (London, England) - Meetup

InTRANSIT 2014 celebrates the borough’s motto “dwelling in unity” with a vision of the future city where people and environments are salvaged and brought together to collage a beautifully dynamic plate. Join us at Salvage City and re-imagine the notion of home, exploring how we reconfigure our surroundings in such densely populated urban spaces.

InTRANSIT 2014 celebrates the borough’s motto “dwelling in unity” with a vision of the future city where people and environments are salvaged and brought together to collage a beautifully dynamic plate. Join us at Salvage City and re-imagine the notion of home, exploring how we reconfigure our surroundings in such densely populated urban spaces.

The Bloomsbury Festival is a free celebration that draws 50,000 people to London’s most inspiring cultural quarter.  With a theme of vitality, this year’s festival is a journey of discovery for mind, body and imagination.  Father and son  Over six days 200 free events will showcase an eclectic programme of pioneering art, music, dance and literature, while also giving a voice and new skills to diverse young, older and disabled people.

The Bloomsbury Festival is a free celebration that draws 50,000 people to London’s most inspiring cultural quarter. With a theme of vitality, this year’s festival is a journey of discovery for mind, body and imagination. Father and son Over six days 200 free events will showcase an eclectic programme of pioneering art, music, dance and literature, while also giving a voice and new skills to diverse young, older and disabled people.

GRAD: Gallery for Russian Arts and Design is pleased to present ‘Work and Play Behind the Iron Curtain’, an exhibition examining the changing face of Soviet design from the 1917 Revolution to Perestroika. Curated by GRAD’s Elena Sudakova and Alexandra Chiriac, the exhibition features works on loan from the Moscow Design Museum and AMO-ZIL.

GRAD: Gallery for Russian Arts and Design is pleased to present ‘Work and Play Behind the Iron Curtain’, an exhibition examining the changing face of Soviet design from the 1917 Revolution to Perestroika. Curated by GRAD’s Elena Sudakova and Alexandra Chiriac, the exhibition features works on loan from the Moscow Design Museum and AMO-ZIL.

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