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YOU CAN CONTACT US VIA
Email: info at cultivategallery.com
We do try to answer all e.mails as quickly as possible, but do remember we are first and foremost working artists, we are often up to out neck in paint or busy setting up a show, please give us a moment or two. if you’re an artist wishing to show with us the nplease wait for the open calls, open calls are the first step. (and there is only two of us, not the big team some seem to think runs all this)
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Our sister website is Organ Where you can find lots and lots of coverage of music, art and underculture
DONATE – We srtists bring all this art, all these shows both on-line and in physical spaces for free, it does take up a lot of time, hours and hours of time. we do love doing it, we’d like to think what we do is of value. If you should, unlike Arts Council England, feel like supporting Cultivate and making a small donation to help keep all this flowing that would be delightful, thank you.
Cultivate has now left what was our once permanent East London home in Vyner Street, we shall be doing different things in different places, leading a nomadic lifestyle and putting on shows in all kinds of places and spaces for the foreseeable future. In recent times, since leaving Vyner Street, there have been shows in big East London warehouses, several monthlong gallery takeovers down Columbia Road, under railway bridges in Hackney, in basement galleries in Dalston (London N16), there’s been things at the seaside, in a draper’s shop, a show or two (or three) a more formal white-walled gallery under a London Fields Railway arch in E8. We’ve been to car parks in Liverpool, in Folkstone, in Hastings and Margate, street stalls in Shoreditch, in metal workshops in Bethnal Green, we’ve taken part in dog shows, Art Car Boot Fair events, we’ve Cultivated on the streets, in formal Gallery spaces all over town, on-line. I expect we’ll throw out an anchor and settle in another permanent space one day soon but for now we’re rather enjoying the freedom to do our Cultivate thing in all kinds of places and spaces..
Right now there is no street address.