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Barbican Centre  Pushing the boundaries of performance, film, music, art & learning, we are Europe's largest multiarts centre and an example of Brutalist architecture.

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Always wanted to learn a new craft?

Our ‘Make! A Season of Contemporary Crafts’ in the Barbican Shop features talks, free drop-in demos, tours and workshops for budding crafters wanting to learn more about bookbinding, stone cutting, bike building, ring carving and more.

Head to barbican.org.uk/make to get tickets & find out more about #BarbicanMake

Jesmonite stone vases, bookbinding, weaving and 3D paper sculptures - rediscover traditional crafts with a modern twist with ‘Make! A Season of Contemporary Crafts’ in the Barbican Shop.
Visit barbican.org.uk/make for info & tickets to our workshops, demos and talks.

Photo: @philcuttance

Budding crafter?

Rediscover traditional crafts with a modern twist, learn a new skill and meet the makers behind some of our favourite products with ‘Make! A Season of Contemporary Crafts’. Photo: Jesmonite stone vases by @philcuttance
Visit barbican.org.uk/make for tickets & info.

#YtoBarrada’s ‘Agadir’ is now open in The Curve, exploring the aftermath of the 1960 Agadir earthquake, the deadliest in Morocco’s history. ‘Agadir’ weaves together personal natratives and political stories, creating murals, sculptures, a short film, as well as live performances.
Photo by our Instagrammer in Residence, @akidinlondon. ‘Agadir’ is in The Curve until 20 May - free entry

We invited our Instagrammer in Residence, Abigail (@akidinlondon) to experience #YtoBarrada’s new Curve commission, ‘Agadir’... ‘Agadir’ explores the way a city and its people reinvent themselves following disaster, and features live performances, sculptures, murals and collages... ‘Agadir’ is on in The Curve until 20 May - free entry

What does a city in a state of transition look like?
We invited our Instagrammer in Residence, Abigail (@akidinlondon), to experience #YtoBarrada’s ‘Agadir’ which explores the way the city and its people address the process of reinvention following disaster... ‘Agadir’ is now in The Curve until 20 May - free entry

‘This photo doesn't do justice to the sheer scale of this production, from the literal forest at the back of the stage to the real pond at the front. The whole theatre smelled sort of earthy and it made you feel like you'd literally been transported right in the middle of the strange village.’ - @akidinlondon

Our February Instagrammer in Residence @akidinlondon visiting the set of Toneelhuis/FC Bergman’s ‘300 el x 50 el x 30 el’, a story of a village gripped with the fear of an inpending flood... Head to blog.barbican.org.uk to read our profile on Abigail

‘FC Bergman's attention to detail is amazing, their set convinced me that you can tell much more than we think from someone's possessions’ - @akidinlondon

We invited our February Instagrammer in Residence, Abigail (@akidinlondon), behind the scenes of Toneelhuis/FC Bergman’s surreal production ‘300 el x 50 el x 30 el’... Visit our blog (link in bio) to read our interview with Abigail.

‘Imagine watching a play that also feels like a film. Now imagine the cameraman is literally being wheeled around a track around the entire stage. I can guarantee you'll never see another play like this.‘ - @akidinlondon

Meet Abigail, @akidinlondon, our Instagrammer in Residence for the month of February. Last week, we invited her to the rehearsals of ‘300 el x 50 el x 30 el’ by Toneelhuis/FC Bergman, a surreal play taking place in a small village... Visit blog.barbican.org.uk to read our interview

The latest in our The Art of Change Shorts series - Jon Oldmeadow (@jmoldmeadow) visits the home of performance collective, @figsinwigs to discuss their DIY approach to making art.
Visit ‪blog.barbican.org.uk‬ to watch the full video and read our interview with filmmaker Jon.

Explore DIY art & aesthetics and meet performance collective @figsinwigs in this documentary short by @jmoldmeadow, all shot in their home: an ex-morgue… Full vid on ‪youtube.com/barbicancentre‬. Produced in collaboration with @thesmallsofficial as part of our monthly series of new short films responding to the themes explored in #TheArtOfChange.

Throughout 2018, we’re working with The Smalls to present twelve new short films directed by emerging filmmakers in response to the themes explored by The Art of Change.
This month, we’re moving to the margins in this mini doc by @jmoldmeadow and take a closer look at DIY as we meet performance collective @figsinwigs in their home – an ex-morgue…
Visit ‪blog.barbican.org.uk‬ to read our interview with @jmoldmeadow.

Soundcheck with @young_fathers before our Video Jam x Basquiat gig here last Sunday, where artists and musicians worked together on short films and live scores inspired by Jean-Michel Basquiat... 📸 by our January Instagrammer in Residence, Adeola (@hrsdee) - visit blog.barbican.org.uk to read our interview

Short films with original live soundtracks, all inspired by Jean-Michel Basquiat... Were you here for our ‘Video Jam x Basquiat’ gig?

We invited Adeola, our Instagrammer in Residence (@hrsdee), to the Video Jam x Basquiat rehearsal, where she took these shots of Manchester Hiphop collective @rootsraddix
As January comes to a close, we bid farewell to @hrsdee, our January Instagrammer in Residence - head to our blog (link in bio) to read her profile.

Last weekend we invited our Instagrammer in Residence, Adeola (@hrsdee), to our Video Jam x Basquiat rehearsal.... Here’s her snap of @tombedvisionsrecords - were you with us for the show?
Visit blog.barbican.org.uk to read our interview with Adeola

We invited our Instagrammer in Residence, Adeola (@hrsdee), to @peepingtomdance’s ‘Moeder’, a surreal play where bodies bend, flip and contort, exploring what it means to be and have a mother. ‘Moeder’ (Mother) is ‪on until Sat 27 Jan‬ in our Theatre.
Visit ‪blog.barbican.org.uk‬ to read our interview with Adeola.

A look at @peepingtomdance’s ‘Moeder’ (Mother), taken by our current Instagrammer in Residence, @hrsdee. ‘Moeder’ uses sound as a trigger for memories, exploring the complex layers of motherhood.
What did you think of the play?
Visit ‪blog.barbican.org.uk‬ to read our profile on Adeola, our Instagrammer in Residence

We invited our Instagrammer in Residence, @hrsdee, backstage to experience @peepingtomdance’s ‘Moeder’ (Mother), a surreal play that explores what it means to have and be a mother… ‘Moeder’ is on in our Theatre ‪until Sat 27 Jan‬ in our Theatre.
Visit our blog (‪blog.barbican.org.uk‬) to read our interview with our Instagrammer, Adeola.

‘Delicate Symphony’
Great shot by Adeola (@hrsdee), our Instagrammer in Residence, who headed to Milton Court last week to experience Aloysius Suwardi’s ‘Planet Harmonik’. Read our interview with Adeola on ‪blog.barbican.org.uk‬

‘I think it is in collaboration that the nature of art is revealed - Steve Lacy’
Our Instagrammer in Residence, Adeola (@hrsdee) took this beautiful picture during Aloysius Suwardi’s ‘Planet Harmonik’, taking its inspiration from the Pythagorean theory of Music of the Spheres. It’s the idea that the proportional relationship between planets is equivalent to the relationship between musical notes – that the Sun, the Moon and Earth all emit their own tone.

We invited our Instagrammer in Residence, Adeola (@hrsdee,) to Aloysius Suwardi’s ‘Planet Harmonik’, a concert bringing together a host of self-made instruments, from giant gambang xylophones, to hydraulic bamboo flutes - here’s Aloysius himself during the rehearsal.
Visit our blog (link in bio) to read our interview with Adeola.

‘Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn’ - Benjamin Franklin
Photo by Adeola (@hrsdee), our new Instagrammer in Residence, who went on one of our Architecture Tours over the weekend. Get to know her and her photography style on our blog: blog.barbican.org.uk

‘Fun fact: Basketball is my favourite sport, so naturally there’s something about a court that just draws me, I could stand and observe one for ages...’ - @hrsdee

Meet Adeola, our first Instagrammer in Residence of the year. We sent her on one of our Architecture Tours to find out more about our Brutal towers and the story behind them. Head to the blog (link in bio) to find out more about her.
Visit our website (barbican.org.uk) for more information on our #BarbicanTours.

‘In life, as in art, the beautiful moves in curves’ - Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton
Introducing our new Instagrammer in Residence, Adeola (@hrsdee)... Last weekend we invited Adeola on one of our Architecture Tours, where she took this photo of our buildings... Head to blog.barbican.org.uk to read our interview with Adeola

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