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James West, Overbury Road resident and Haringey Arts Director, decides its his time to step down and move on from the area. We asked him what he’ll be remembering most from his experience. “Warehouse living is a curious way of creating new work – it’s unlike any other community arts. You’re immersed in the environment, […]

Fountayne Rd Open Warehouse Day 20163rd September 2016 12- 10pm Plenty more info to come. For the most recent updates and programme follow the link Fountayne Rd warehouse residents will again open their doors for a day of events, exhibitions, open studios, performances, markets and workshops and live music. Open Studios Number 3 (The Secret […]

Now established as a firm fixture for live events, exhibitions and as a studio work space…this is our round up of events happening at Haringey Warehouse Communities New River Studios.   Markov Networks for Free Improvisers, 4 September – more>> Anarquia Vertical /ES / Ultra / Frau, 9 September – more>> Space Party: ‘ The […]

Back in Autumn 2014, one of Haringey Arts Village Fund Commissions, was The Ribbon Factory Library Wall. The Ribbon Factory Library Wall was the first Library Wall produced by Artefacto, and since creating this initial prototype the project has gone international, with Library Walls now digitally disseminating books in Pakistan and India! The project also […]

Haringey Warehouse Community is featured as an example of effective practice in a major regeneration conference in Milan. A case study on how the Haringey Warehouse Community has been¬†developed via the application of art in an urban city space, was one of 30 European case studies featured. Held during Milan Design Week in April, the […]

Shamiso Sithole has been awarded a commission from the Haringey Arts Village Fund, to create a destination sign for Cara House. A local warehouse resident and practising architect, Shamiso is no stranger to warehouse projects – having been part of last years highly successful Pallet Paradise event. Shamiso explains here approach as: “A post-modern addition […]