We know... It has been a whole fortnight and we still haven't posted about the Is It All Black+White? festival!
Well, the Arcane/ArtPix team hasn't exactly been idle... You see, we are once again in the process of trying to move our headquarters from Essex to Dorset, and it is no easy task. We cannot say anything more at the moment, but let's say that we have moved a few steps further... We will not be able to reveal anything until we are 100% sure, and this will take several months...
In the meantime, we will be going to quite a few very exciting cultural events in the forthcoming months, and you will read about most of them on Miss Gish's blog.
We also hope to do at least one market in London this autumn, and we are currently looking at our options. We will post any news about events and markets on our Events page, of course!
Do keep your eyes peeled!
So on Saturday 10th September, we were invited to have a stall (and help a bit) at the fab festival organised by the band Autorotation and events producer Oil54 (our co-organiser for the Winter Tales event back in February).
We had a fantastic day full of gorgeous music and interesting conversations in a truly fabulous venue, the inspiring St Leonard's Church in the heart of Shoreditch in London.
Read Miss Gish's report on the festival HERE.
Arcane Publishing and Matt ArtPix had a fab space in the hall next to Jason and Zoe's busy pop-up cafe!
Find the full list of the Arcane Stock HERE.
If you like what you see, do visit our unit on the second floor of The Customs House in West Bay, Dorset! It's right on the beach!
And we hope to have some news about one or two London events soon...
For pictures of the actual festival, see SteveK photography's fantastic gallery HERE.
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