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Calexico and Iron & Wine
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Following their ground-breaking and critically acclaimed co" - 2005117383652717464
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NOW ON SALE: . Calexico and Iron & Wine Sunday 24 November . Following their ground-breaking and critically acclaimed collaborative EP, In The Reins in 2005, Calexico and Iron & Wine are back together with a new album Years To Burn out in June and a national tour in November . Get your tickets now on the DLWP website, linked in our bio⏫⏫

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On this we are celebrating the fantastic poems of Dr John Cooper Clarke who is coming to the Pavilion on Thursday 16 May. His latest show The Luckiest Guy Alive, touring across the UK, USA, Canada & Australasia, is a mix of classic verse, extraordinary new material, hilarious ponderings on modern life, good honest gags, riffs and chat – a chance to witness a living legend at the top of this game. Tickets available from out website via link in bio ⬆️ . . . . .

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'Forfeiture is a new work to accompany Terms in Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance, Act 2. It's a photocopy of a pencil drawing which shows Eurydice returning to Hades. The figure in this drawing is derived from a nude image of myself I captured on a webcam when I was 20. The cave is derived from a photgraph I took inside the Devil's Arse in the Peak District, England, last summer - a few days after my relationship ended.' - Jamie Crewe . Each week, we'll be spotlighting one of the works in our current exhibition, Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance, Act 2. Visit the works at DLWP before 27 May: bit.ly/2MmDDmh . Follow and to see all the updates from the exhibition. . Purchase a limited edition print of Forfeiture from the DLWP Shop page on our website. . Credit: Jamie Crewe, Terms, 2018. Digital print of pencil drawing on fluorescent paper. Jamie Crewe, Forfeiture, 2019. Digital print of pencil drawing on fluorescent paper. Both courtesy of the artist. .

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"It looks quite explosive and aggressive, like something's been pent up inside" . "I disagree. It's quite calming like it's a stress relief" . "The way the figures are concealed make it seem sad and the wide open spaces are quite isolating" . "The woman isn't lost in the smoke. She's not completely covered and she's still the main focus" . "I find the colours quite positive. It's so bright it's hard to see it in a negative way" . "I like the top one. The colour overwhelms the area and makes it more personal towards the subject. I really like the juxtaposition" . A massive thanks to the students of Hillview School For Girls and their tutor, Joanne, for visiting Still I Rise today and giving us their thoughts on this week's spotlighted works by Judy Chicago. . All of the work at the DLWP is free to visit, seven days a week. Find out more about this exhibition on our website. @aceagrams

Thrilled to meet four artists from the Chicago Imagists movement @goldsmithscca at the opening tonight of “How Chicago! Imagists 1960s &. 70s”. Left to right are Art Green, Sarah Canfield, Gladys Nilsson and Suellen Rocca as they are tonight - the second picture shows how they were then. . The exhibition is coming to us this summer thanks to @haywardtouring

 Instagram Image by De La Warr Pavilion (@delawarr) with caption : ""In 1997 I contributed to a National Abortion Campaign publication, describing my experience of two abortions: one in 19" at The De La Warr Pavilion - 1999388189899688907

"In 1997 I contributed to a National Abortion Campaign publication, describing my experience of two abortions: one in 1966, before the Act decriminalised abortion, and the other in 1971, after the Act had been passed. I agreed to my name and a photograph of me being included. Even today and certainly then, it wasn’t easy to talk about abortion but I felt it was really important. I was worried about ‘going public’ but I campaigned for years for a woman’s right to choose, and felt it was important to speak out. I still do. Interestingly I wrote a letter about it to the local paper and found myself on the receiving end of some pretty nasty phone calls." - Ann Kramer, author and historian . Still I Rise highlights some incredible acts of resistance. We've been asking artists, curators and friends what their most meaningful acts of resistance have been and we'll be sharing their responses throughout the exhibition's time at DLWP. . Follow and to see all the updates from the exhibition. Find out more about the exhibition on our website, linked in our bio .

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Tickets are now on sale for Nigel Kennedy Plays Gershwin: Music by Bach, Kennedy and Gershwin. Saturday 25 May For tickets please go to our website via link on bio ⬆️ . . . .

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Outlands Tour 5 artists: @eartheater Outlands is back at the Pavilion on Thursday 13 June with tour number 5: Fracture Patterns. Fracture Patterns is a live collaboration between UK artist duo Semiconductor and New York musician and producer Eartheater. Eartheater works across a multi-faceted practice that combines genre-breaking musical production with a singular visual aesthetic. Utilising multiple layers of vocals and a sonic palette that traverses both the analogue and digital to create rich and detailed compositions, engaging in noise, but moving above and beyond straightforward transgression, Eartheater allows her compositions to linger playfully and productively at the blurred edges between dissonance and harmony. For tickets follow link in bio ⬆️ . . . . images by Samantha West

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"I started exploring the idea of openly female-centred art in 1968, with a series of pieces called Atmospheres. Before that, I had made paintings and sculptures intending to convey emotion through colour. But with my Atmospheres, the smoke provided a liberation from formal structure, while its colour was intended to feminise and soften the environment. This [Immolation, 1972] was taken in the California desert. At the time, a lot of monks in Vietnam had set fire to themselves to protest against the war and its expansion into Cambodia. I’d been doing a lot of research into women’s history and the practice of sati in India, where widows are forced to throw themselves into the flames of a funeral fire. So I was interested in the whole practice of immolation, forced and chosen. One could say up to that point women’s art and women's history had been immolated" - Judy Chicago, 2013 . Each week, we'll be spotlighting one of the works in our current exhibition, Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance, Act 2. Visit the works at DLWP before 27 May. . Follow and to see all the updates from the exhibition. . Image credit: Judy Chicago, Immolation IV, 1972. Courtesy the artist, Salon 94 New York and Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco. .

On we are looking forward to seeing some incredible international women musicians on stage this year. . @marrywaterson@emilybarkerhalo@gretchenpeters@lucyroseparton@amandapalmer@travels_with_mrs_mason@theselecterofficial . Book for these and all our other events via link in our bio .

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Only 4 tickets left for our International Women’s Day event, “Turbulent Spinsters and Badass Sisters” tomorrow at 2pm. . Join Ann Kramer and Ashley McCormick for a walk through our exhibition followed by a creative workshop on the themes of suffrage, resistance strategies, feminist discourse and social justice. . Booking link in bio .

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Tour 5 is back at the Pavilion on Thursday 13 June. Fracture Patterns: Semiconductor and Eartheater Fracture Patterns is a live collaboration between UK artist duo Semiconductor and New York musician and producer Eartheater. This original commission by the Outlands Network combines large-scale multi-channel video works by Semiconductor with a new live soundtrack and performance by Eartheater, fusing both into a compelling theatrical production. Tickets on sale now. Follow link in bio ⬆️

 Instagram Image by De La Warr Pavilion (@delawarr) with caption : "In the 1910s, Alice Constance Austin was commissioned by a lawyer named Job Harriman to design a city for 10,000 people," at The De La Warr Pavilion - 1992224661870763022

In the 1910s, Alice Constance Austin was commissioned by a lawyer named Job Harriman to design a city for 10,000 people, named Llano del Rio and owned and run by its workers. A complex infrastructure of underground tunnels contained electrical, gas, water and telephone lines, and a centralised kitchen would deliver hot meals that were to be eaten communally. Foldaway beds eliminated awkward cleaning spots, and heated floors rid homes of dusty carpets, liberating the city's inhabitants from housework. Llano del Rio was never realised, largely due to a lack of finances and an irrigation system that failed, but it is marked as an architectural vision of a city designed to not hide women away from public spaces. This model, which can be seen in our gallery, was made by Antigoni Goutakoli and is an example of one of Austin's adobe-style buildings. Each week, we'll be spotlighting one of the works in our current exhibition, Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance, Act 2. Visit the works at DLWP before 27 May. Follow and to see all the updates from the exhibition. Photo credit: Rob Harris

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Can’t wait to see these gorgeous new products in our shop @justtradeuk@itsgoodtobee Great couple of days at conference .

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Tickets for Gomez are now on sale! Gomez bring their blues infused indie sound to the De La Warr Pavilion on Thursday 18 July for a very special show celebrating the re-release of Liquid Skin. Book via link in bio ⬆️ .

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The Mercury Club is a free monthly creative session for adults with learning disabilities and their carers. Here’s Emma, Terence, Neil, Big Patrick and Little Patrick with Paula and Grace enjoying the music in our exhibition, Still I Rise. . ‘It’s so important for everyone to be out in the community for acceptance and fighting prejudices. We come every month!’ . Our next session will be on March 27, please email Grace Clements (grace.clements@dlwp.com) to book your place. @aceagrams

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'Hundreds of women-only consciousness-raising groups met regularly in the UK during the 1970s and early 1980s. We all met in our local groups to talk about our circumstances and our experiences as women, to share the frustrations of motherhood, isolation in the home, loss of independence, sexual harassment on the streets, our relationships, unequal pay, being defined as inferior to men, assumptions made about our sexuality, our status and our availability. We realised through this process that working together made us more confident and therefore more powerful and determined to make changes... It was in this dynamic, creative and politically inspiring environment that we started to produce the posters.’ . See Red Women's Workshop, So Long as Women Are Not Free the People Are Not Free, 1978. Courtesy of See Red Women’s Workshop and The Women’s Library collection at LSE. Each week, we'll be spotlighting one of the works in our current exhibition, Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance, Act 2. Visit the works at DLWP before 27 May. Follow and to see all the updates from the exhibition.

 image by De La Warr Pavilion (@delawarr) with caption : "“If a bad actor can be elected President, why not a good drag queen?” Mused Joan Jett Blakk, the alter ego of artist Ter" - 1984973903366489444
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“If a bad actor can be elected President, why not a good drag queen?” Mused Joan Jett Blakk, the alter ego of artist Terence Smith, in 1992 when, as part of the Queer National Party, she launched her campaign for the top job. Joan Jett Blakk for President by Joan Jett Blakk, 1992, has been spotlighted in the @guardian’s Anatomy Of An Artwork. The work is currently at DLWP as part of our exhibition, Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance, Act 2. See our website, linked in our bio, for more information on the 50 artists’ works in the exhibition and how to visit the Pavilion.