What a fantastic night last night- big thanks to Rose Wilton for her insight into how she doorstepped the stars and captured such telling interviews, to Charles Chabot, for the decisive, witty edit of the six original programmes to give us such a great insight into them, and to Tristram Powell for his elegant and careful questions.

Join us for our next film night on Wednesday 5 July, when we are looking forward to the first London screening of Get All That, Ant? Andrew Mason and Sophia Satchell Baeza will lead a panel discussion, and we are privileged to also welcome Anthony Stern to the studio.

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Walking to Herne Hill
Walking to Herne Hill

An exhibition of work by Liz Bennett

Exhibition dates: Saturday 3 June – Sunday 9 July 2017

Private View: Saturday 3 June 2017, 5.30- 8.30pm

We hope you can join us for the Private View of studio artist LIz Bennett's exhibition, London: Places & Spaces on Saturday 3 June 2017, 5.30- 8.30pm

One for the diary... On the 7th June our next Film Night will feature Rosemary Wilton and Charles Chabot, the makers of the unsurpassed BBC series, The RKO Story. They will show excerpts and reveal how the films were made.

See more detail here.

Walking to Herne Hill
Walking to Herne Hill

Save the date for the Private View at SLAUGHTERHAUS: Saturday 3 June 2017, 5.30- 8.00pm

Walking to Herne Hill, Linocut, Liz Bennett

We are looking forward to studio member Liz Bennett's exhibition of linocuts in June. Liz has lived and worked in London all her life, and the prints celebrate familiar South London streets, favourite corners of buildings and museums, and the changing Thames skyline. Liz's most recent work explores the shapes and mysterious presence of the 'dolphins' on the River Thames, the moorings and inlets of the river where boats are held. The prints discover extremes of light and dark through the use of various textured marks and cutting techniques. The Dolphin and Moorings series' include unique hand coloured elements making each print completely different.

Michael Palin
Michael Palin (Photo: Trevor Green)

We were pleased to show the art documentary films of Michael Palin at our latest Film Night, and it was great to have Michael talking us through the work and his love of art. The evening was hosted by Tristram Powell, who edited the films with Trevor Green to show us key interviews and moments from them. Interspersed between the four films, Michael and Tristram answered questions, and Michael talked very openly about the process of researching and making the films, and how the artists had been chosen for the features. In particular, the films about Hammershoi and Andrew Wyeth led to an interesting discussion about the meaning in the sometimes strange paintings, and how artists use their immediate surroundings and experience to make work.

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