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The Royal Standard at PRIMARY IS OPEN 2013

The Royal Standard are pleased to be taking part in PRIMARY IS OPEN 2013 at PRIMARY, Nottingham.  On November 30th at 4pm, The Royal Standard, represented by Director Amy Jones will be joined in conversation by Mexico, Leeds as part of a weekend of events at the artist-led space.

Find out more about PRIMARY here and view the full PRIMARY IS OPEN 2013 programme here.

GIFs and Glitter

On December 6th, The Royal Standard presents GIFs AND GLITTER, the opening party for the new exhibition Different Domain!

Party with your favourite GIFs and immerse yourself into the highs and lows of the internet. Entertainment comes courtesy of Deep Hedonia, presenting the second installment of Glitch Karaoke, debuted at Light Night earlier this year; misremembered lyrics providing a subversive insight to your favourite hits.

Also on show will be a special live A/V presentation with all members of Deep Hedonia, providing an improvised dance soundtrack to analogue visuals and YouTube mash-ups, as well as DJ sets from Bantam Lions, AKASA, Acrobat and Kepla.

With work and performances from Jesse Darling, Molly Soda, Erica Scourti and a full wall of GIFs from the annals of the web in The Royal Standard’s top floor gallery, it will be a glittering night to be remembered!

Find the event on Facebook here!

Suggested donation is £3 on the door. All funds raised will go towards our future programme and activities.

 

Joseph Hulme – ex – blip blip blip

New studio member Joseph Hulme is in a show at blip blip blip in Leeds:

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Tom Bennett, Joseph Buckley, Isaac Clarke & Lindsay McMillan, Catriona Gallagher, Kayleigh Handley, Joshua Hart & Ingram Roeder, Joseph Hulme, Ian Jackson, Joshua Johnson, Francis Lloyd Jones, Emily Robinson, Jessica Roper, Rosie Sillitoe, Benjamin Edwin Slinger, Daniel Townend

12/09/13 – 28/09/13

Private View: Wednesday 11th September 6–8pm

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at
East Street Arts
Patrick Studios
St. Mary’s Lane
Leeds LS9 7EH

+44 [0] 113 248 0040
mail@blipblipblip.co.uk

Thur – Sat 12:00 – 17:00
or by appointment

 

I Like The Way You Move – EAF Film Club 07/08/2013

http://eaffilmclubtheroyalstandard.eventbrite.co.uk/

New Media Scotland, 1 Crichton Street, EH8 Edinburgh

Every Wednesday evening during the festival EAF will be presenting emerging artists’ film, video and performance. Each EAF Film Club evening is curated by an artist-run organisation from outside of Edinburgh who have been invited to select work around the theme of Interval As Integration.

This week’s EAF Film Club evening is curated by Elizabeth Murphy and Emily Speed from The Royal Standard, Liverpool.

‘I Like The Way You Move’ is an evening of film and performance featuring – Romany Dear,Andrew Gannon, Candice Jacobs, Serena Korda, Jen Liu, Lucy Pawlak and Catherine Payton.

Murphy and Speed have selected the programme after ongoing conversations about their shared excitement when melodrama, slapstick, dance, hysteria and glamour are integrated into contemporary practice.

EAF Film Club is supported by New Media Scotland and The National Lottery through Creative Scotland.

Image: The Transmitters by Serena Korda, hd video still, courtesy of the artist.

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Dave Evans – Portfolio NW & Some Misunderstanding

Studio member and director Dave Evans is showing new work in two shows over the next month. Portfolio NW is at The Bluecoat and runs from 26th of July to the 15th of September. Dave is also part of Castlefield Gallery‘s Launch Pad: Some Misunderstanding, cutrated by Sevie Tsampalla, which you can see from 9th to the 18th of August.

HERE BE MONSTERS

Private View 26th July – 9 – 6pm
Saturday Viewing 27th July – 12 – 5pm
An exhibition by artists from The Royal Standard, presenting new work made during a week at The Florence Trust.
Amy Jones, Elizabeth Murphy, Emily Speed, Hannah Bitowski, Joe Orr, Jon Barraclough, Kevin Hunt, Madeline Hall, Mike Aitken and Samantha Jones.