THE STINGING NETIL – A reasonably priced art fair, gathering and music event in East London 

Netil flyer

Netil House Car Park, London Fields, Hackney, London, E8

Sunday July 10th 2011, 11am - 8pm

dannielle Hodson printTHE STINGING NETIL is an artist-run, reasonably priced art fair happening in London Fields, London, E8. We’re taking over the already established Netil House Market and creating a gathering of artists – fine artists, street artists, print makers, art enthusiasts, collectors, people who just want to come out and enjoy looking at some new exciting art. We’ll have traditional market stalls alive with very reasonably priced art, we’ll have live art, food art, a music stage with bands playing all day. An art fair, an art mart - not just an art fair, a creative gathering, a place to interact, network, be pro-active… 

Loolie Hapgood

WHERE: It all happens in Netil House car park on Sunday July 10th, just off fashionable Broadway Market and right by the always busy London Fields park in Hackney, East London, E8. The event will run from 11am until 8pm.David Ajengo

ART: Expect to find 25 or so traditional market stalls, all packed with very reasonably priced fine art, canvas paintings, prints, street art and more – art and creativity from a whole cross section of vibrant exciting London artists.  Each stall taken by an individual artist, a group, a collective or a small London gallery. 

Artists, galleries and collectives showing/selling work include:

David Agenjo, Arte Facto Gallery, Art Shop Collective, Eliza Baines-Holmes, Tahira Begum, James Boman, Susannah Cartwright, Clancy Gebler, Carne Griffiths, Javier Guerra, Loolie Hapgood, Emma Harvey, Claire E. Hind / Drawnbyhind, Dannielle Hodson, Bortusk Leer, Ivy Mai, Jive UK, Maad Art Collective, Matthew Lenik , Nearly Human, Brendan Quick, Steven Rawlings, Carrie Reichardt , Geraldine Ryan, Mrs Skull Cakes, Alix Smith, Richard Smith, Luke Strachan, Geraldine Swayne, Tony's Gallery, Unlikeness, Sean Worrall, Lucy Wragg and more...

Sean Worrall vinyl painting

Here are some more in-depth previews of some of the artists and peformers, as posted on The Organ pages: 

organthing205 - Lilies On Mars, Rude Mechanicals and James Boman

organthing202 - Emma Harvey, Dannielle Hodson and the Unlikeness Project

organthing199 - Loolie Hapgood, and Country Dirt

organthing196 - David Agenjo


MUSIC / PERFORMANCE: Alongside the art stalls, we’ll have a music/performance area with experimental bands, folk flavoured bands, art rock, country anarchy, alternative musical colour and who knows what. We’ll have performance, we’ll have food art, live art, paste-ups and all kinds of interesting things to hear, see, touch and eat…

TIMES: The Art Mart opens at 11.00am, Sunday morning, the first band will play at mid-day, and we’ll haveBortusk Leer music and art flowing until 8pm

The event will be free to enter, no charging you on the door or anything like that.

TRAVEL

Bus: D6, 26, 48, 55, 106, 236, 277, 254, 388 all stop very near the venue - here's TFL's very handy bus route finder - type in Westgate St E8 for interactive route maps.

James Boman

Underground: The nearest tube station is Bethnal Green on the Central Line. Continue north along Cambridge Heath Road, past the Museum of Childhood and on towards Mare Street (15 minute walk or about 7 minutes by bus). Westgate Street will be on your left. TFL tube info.

Overground: Trains arrive directly from Liverpool Street to London Fields. 
The event is a two minute walk from the station. The area is also well served by Haggerston (East London Line) and Hackney Central (Stratford/Richmond line)

Bicycles: Secure hoops are accessible on the corner of Mare Street and Westgate Street at the front of Space Studio on Mare Street.

By Foot: Netil is located adjacent to London Fields, 3 minutes walk from Broadway Market on Westgate Street, just off the main road of Mare Street, and near to Space Studio and the London Fields pub on Mare Street.

CONTACT 

Sean via email: seano2323 (at) aol (dot) com

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