Outside In: Journeys


11-19th Jan 2018
Open 9am - 4.30pm, Mon-Fri only
Sotheby's, 34-35 Bond St, London
Free entry

Outside In: Journeys is an exhibition to celebrate the launch of our new charitable status, and reflect upon our journey so far and what lies ahead. It will include work from a range of artists, some who have been involved in Outside In from the beginning and others who have joined more recently.

 

The following activities, all free to attend, will take place at Sotheby's during the exhibition. Note that you need to book a place on many of these as numbers are limited.

Tour of the Exhibition with Outside In Director, Marc Steene - 2pm, Fri 12th Jan
Open to all, no booking required - just show up! Note that Outside In ambassadors will also be on hand to provide more information about Outside In and the exhibition at all times during its opening.

Artists' Breakfasts* - 9.30 - 10.30am, Mon 15 & Wed 17 Jan
Open to Outside In artists, these breakfasts offer a relaxed opportunity to explore the exhibition and meet other artists while enjoying a coffee and croissant. 

Sotheby's Networking & Behind-the-Scenes Workshop* - 10.45am-12.30pm Mon 15 & Wed 17 Jan
Run by Sotheby's staff, this workshop for Outside In artists will provide an insight into the behind-the-scenes workings of Sotheby's, a gallery and auction house. The workshop offers networking experience and will involve a mock auction. 

Artists' Support Day - 10.30am - 4pm, Tues 16 Jan
Do you want to sign up as an Outside In artist but would like some help with photographing work and writing an artist statement? If so, attend our Artists' Support Day, run by Hannah, our Artist Development Coordinator. Get in touch (hannah.whitlock@outsidein.org.uk) to book a one hour slot.

* Places on events are free but offered on a first come, first served basis as numbers are limited. If you want to reserve a place or have any queries, contact Cornelia, our Exhibitions Coordinator: cornelia.marland@outsidein.org.uk or 01243 770 845.

Venue and toilets are on the ground floor and are wheelchair-accessible. 

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Artists exhibiting

Aradne
Albert
Ronald
Phil Baird
Nick Blinko
Manuel Bonafacio
Sue  Burbidge
Rakibul Chowdhury
Peter Cutts
Dan Duggan
James  Gladwell
Andrew Hood
Carlo Keshishian
Genesis Khan
Nigel  Kinsbury
Ekaterini Koliakou
Koji Nishioka
Andrew Omoding
Jason  Pape
Martin  Phillimore
Ashley Reaks
Geoff Rey
Michelle Roberts
Jacob Rock
Ian Sherman
Tess Springall
Chaz Waldren
Ben Wilson