KIOSK CHRISTMAS FAIR
Dec
4
3:30 pm15:30

KIOSK CHRISTMAS FAIR

A tiny Christmas Fair with artists, makers, hot drinks and CAKE.

Featuring

Shuti Shuti Patisserie

Clothing by Rebecca Carr

TAL modern quilts 

Mark Hearld

Ducks and Daffodils 

+ suitably beautiful christmas orientated homewares

++ ceramics, jewellery, wood from current Kiosk stock.

+++ much merriment and joy

all welcome

CHRISTMAS WREATH MAKING
Nov
27
4:00 pm16:00

CHRISTMAS WREATH MAKING

Its that time of the year again - join us for wreath making this year - again with the lovely Rachel from Ducks and Daffodils. Learn how to weave willow and create a traditional wreath using dried flowers from the D and D's organic flower farm. Rachel's own wreaths will be for sale at the Kiosk Christmas Market the following Sunday.

Book in advance £40/head - limited space

 

Action Poetry : Oui Performance present
Mar
10
7:00 pm19:00

Action Poetry : Oui Performance present

  • Kiosk Project Space

Claire Potter & Mark Greenwood

Claire Potter is an artist writer from Merseyside. Through published text, live performances and audio works, Claire addresses modes of reading and speaking bringing liveness, narrative and cadence to the attention of audiences. In 2014 Claire organised Shady Dealings With Language, an interdisciplinary event series exploring the intersection of art writing and performance in Leeds, London, Manchester and Edinburgh. Her first book Mental Furniture (VerySmallKitchen, 2014) is an experimental fiction that examines the relation of trauma to language, extracts of which are recorded as Mother To No Swimming Laughing Child (FortEvilFruit, 2015) in collaboration with noise musician and artist Bridget Hayden. CLAIREPOTTER.NET

Mark Greenwood is a performance artist/ writer originally from Newcastle and now based in Liverpool. He has presented work across the U.K, Europe and the United States. Utilising indefinite durational practice and minimal actions as art forms, Greenwood’s interests lie in anthropomorphic puzzles and inter-textual folds. Mark recently completed a PhD in Fine Art at Kingston University, London. His collected poems White Mice, All Colours were published by onec records in 2011.

 

Christmas Wreath Making Workshop
Dec
6
1:00 pm13:00

Christmas Wreath Making Workshop

  • Kiosk Project Space

Use organic flowers, foraged cuttings and winter berries to create your own beautiful Christmas Wreath. Rachel from Ducks and Daffodils will guide you through shaping and decorating a contemporary festive wreath. Festive refreshments will be provided!

Demolitions-Christmas Special
Nov
26
6:00 pm18:00

Demolitions-Christmas Special

3 minutes to perform your piece, christmas theme optional. This time, there is no technology allowed... 6pm. 

Part of the In Canobert project. 

Book binding workshop with Claude .2
Nov
7
Nov 8

Book binding workshop with Claude .2

Bookbinding Weekend Workshop

Make a beautiful half-bound book using traditional bookbinding techniques and materials. Learn to make beautiful decorative endbands and shape leather to make a fantastic codex
- suitable for all skill levels.

All materials supplied.

 

Dancing in the Light
Oct
30
6:00 pm18:00

Dancing in the Light

Dancing in Light 30 Oct 6-7.30pm

This new work for improvising dancers and coloured light projection invites you to witness and share the profoundly ecstatic, healing and joyful experience of emotionally-connected dance.

Free, watch from the street

KIOSK projects, 41 Fossgate, YO1 9TF / ianhowie.co.uk

Bring Your Own Film
Oct
29
6:00 pm18:00

Bring Your Own Film

Bi-monthly participatory film night. submit films to ahoy@byofilm.com for the next film night which is part of this years  "illuminating york" from 6-8 on 29th October, pre book via BYOfilm.com £3 on the door.

Indigo Dye Day
Oct
24
12:00 pm12:00

Indigo Dye Day

Join us at kiosk to go BLUE. Bring your own garment. £15. 

We will take you though the process of indigo dyeing on this short course to introduce you to an age old technique. Bring a garment to soak over night on Friday, to then dip on Saturday. Limited space, prebooking essential, call in at kiosk or call 07752211041 for more details. P

Demolitions
Oct
22
6:00 pm18:00

Demolitions

As part of the 'Can Obert Project', kiosk presents 'Demolitions'. An opportunity to come together with other artists to perform 3 minute live art pieces/interventions. The group will each perform in turn, and the evening will flow into comment and/or drinks. Read more about demolitions on the Can Obert website, and like on facebook /canobertproject

All welcome to this live art event, poetry, performance, music +++ 

 

 

 

Oct
5
6:00 pm18:00

First Mondays Writing

Writing group for emerging and established writers. A time and a place to work, discuss, share and support other writers in York. First Mondays at Kiosk: Project Space, 41 Fossgate. £3 subs will be put into the pot to publish our work in a bi-annual zine. 6-8 from 5th October + so on. All welcome. 

Kiosk Cantina
Sep
3
Sep 4

Kiosk Cantina

3/9/15 launch

fully booked. Email for more info for Octobers dinner.

Short Films; a launch
Aug
30
4:00 pm16:00

Short Films; a launch

41  Fossgate, FREE.
An evening of programmed short films and animations; launch of a participatory film night BYOfilm, York's new home brew cinema scene. 
 

Claying with Ian Howie
Aug
23
Aug 31

Claying with Ian Howie

'Claying' 23 + 31 August 2015
A two-day workshop with potter Ian Howie in association with Kiosk project space York.

Day one, £40 per person. The fundamentals of hand-building in clay, including pinching, coiling and joining. Sunday 23 August, 10am - 5pm, 41 Fossgate, York.

Day two, £20 per person. An experimental low-temperature wood firing of the work made on day one. Monday 31 August, 12pm - 5pm, at the potter's house & studio, Pocklington, YO42 2DS.

There will be a maximum of eight participants. The workshop is open to all levels of ability and (in)experience.

To book call 07752211041 or drop into our shop at 41 Fossgate, York.

For more questions about the course, please contact Ian on 07896 031972, or ian@ianhowie.co.uk. Images of recent work are available here.

Women's Work - net from nettles
Aug
22
11:00 am11:00

Women's Work - net from nettles

Following the talk from Mary Garrison around the social, political, ecological and mythical values we hold of vessels, clothing and food, "women's work" will explore further some of these concepts, and will bring together a group of women to make one piece. The installation will take place at kiosk project space from 11-4 and invites women to join us in the making of nets from nettles. If you are interested in attending, please email kioskprojects@hotmail.com for information on what you need to bring. 

Aug
6
6:00 pm18:00

Juice #1 launch

  • Harper Carr

Zine launch "juice #1'.

Sumena Florence curates this DIY sale and book launch.

open to everyone, free 

Jul
30
6:30 pm18:30

Crit Group

  • Harper Carr

Bring work to discuss and gain feedback and critique from a supportive group of artists, designers and thinkers. Two painters booked in already, email if you would like to show your work too. BYOB, free 

 

Jul
25
11:30 am11:30

Bookbinding Workshop

  • 41 Fossgate York, YO1 United Kingdom

With conservator Claude Grewal-Saultze 

Learn how to bind your own note/sketchbook in this session with a conservation specialist and book binder. All materials, lunch, tea and coffee are provided. Approx 3 hours, with small group of up to 5 participants.

Jul
16
Jul 19

Art in Action

  • Art in Action

This year we will be joining Art in Action in the textiles tent to showcase current work and develop techniques and processes in a different environment. Expect collaborative work with artist Roanna Wells, who is also working at the event, aswell as a chance to gain insight into the complete process and development of our practice. 

Jun
11
6:00 pm18:00

York Festival of Ideas

  • Harper Carr

york festival of ideas

An event run across a variety of media platforms that will initiate a conversation on the differences and affinities between the kinds of work involved in arts-based practice and wage labour. Working on the premise that the kind of reflexive, critical thinking usually associated with artistic practice is in fact intrinsic to the lived experience of wage labour. The event will seek to develop the productive tensions that arise from the different ways artists and non-artists experience, think, and talk about how they work, to explore how far the seeming collapse of this very distinction can be said to condition much contemporary artistic practice, and to consider how art and labour look at and converse with one another from inside what John Roberts has called the 'expanded field' of social, economic, and technological forces determining both. The event will draw on a collective response from individuals working in a variety of sectors and disciplines as the basis for further discussion, and aims to provide a forum for thinking about our relation to what we do when we work and - perhaps more interestingly - when we don't.

Jun
4
6:30 pm18:30

"Vanity Project #3"

  • Harper Carr

Come and discuss the future for contemporary thought and practice in York under the newly formed coalition of Conservatives and Liberal Democrats. Discuss ideas, how we can work together and fight back. Key speakers include Kareem Baqai, product designer,arts barge's Marcia Mackey and Jay Sillence.

 Bring a bottle for inspiration...