Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Vice - The Creators Project Party: London

Vice Magazine have teamed up with Intel to produce The Creators Project, a new network which is dedicated to discovering and celebrating creativity and experimental works in arts across the world. The Creators Project has set up with two main aims: the first is to act as an up-to-date media channel which identifies and praises the most visionary artists out there. Secondly, it aims to act as a type of creation studio, an organisation which will help to facilitate future projects of these identified artists. Artists identified by the project include the likes of Diplo, Phoenix, N.A.S.A, Peaches, Muti Randolph, Mark Ronson, Boys Noize, Fools Gold, Spike Jonze, DJ Mehdi, Vera Wang, Yuksek and United Visual Artists.

Throughout the summer The Creators Project will be throwing a number of parties which will promote and celebrate their work, with many of the artists founded either playing or collaborating at these events. The first, which took place on the 26th June in New York, was a huge success, with appearances from the likes of M.I.A, Mark Ronson, The XX, Animal Collective, Nick Zinner and Muti Randolph. The next event takes place in London on the 17th July, and you can apply for your free ticket now.

The event will take place at Victoria House and will run from 9pm-3am. The event will feature live performances by Kele Okereke, Mark Ronson & The Business INTL, Filthy Dukes, Trevor Jackson, Mumdance, Flats, and Hudson Mohawke. The vent will also provide you with the opportunity to experience exhibitions, attend film screenings, and interact with multimedia installations from Radical Friend, Karl Sadler, United Visual Artists, Felix's Machines, Nick Zinner, Spike Jonze, Takeshi Murata, Mark Essen, Peng Lei, Animal Collective, Ladj Ly, Patrick Jean and Sun Haipeng. The event is amazingly free, and the only way you can get a ticket is by applying online now at http://www.thecreatorsproject.com/en-uk/london.

The event is also posted on facebook, so look up the page if you fancy a bit more information on what's going to be happening on the night(http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=105617792823164). I would highly recommend applying for this great event, with so much to experience in the night. If you would like more information on The Creators Project, visit the project's website by clicking here.

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