The 500 festival comes to Village Underground

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16 Sep


The 500 Festival, a new art and music festival is coming to Shoreditch this October and promised to entertain you all day and night and showcase of some of the most talked about DJ talent on the festival scene and an array of artistic gems.

Originally from Devon and normally happening outdoors, the festival invites itself in the heart of London and will take over Village Underground from midday till late on the 06th October 2012.

The art line up will include Mikel Kruminswill, the up and coming Scottish designer who had worked for the last 5 years or so as a designer in the creative industry and who will be exhibiting a project specifically for The 500.

One of Mikel Kruminswill's latest work | Art-Pie

One of Mikel Kruminswill’s latest work

Another artist that will probably worth seeing is Raoul Simpson, a self taught lighting / video artist who is as passionate about art as he is technology. Raoul’s works includes lighting designs within the entertainment industry as well as interactive public art installations

'Illuminated canvas" by Raoul Simpson | Art-Pie

‘Illuminated canvas” by Raoul Simpson

Holly Foskett-Barneswill on the other hand will certainly impress us with her rice sculptures made of 500 grains of rice while Nicholas Harvey installation and three dimensional sculptural work and especially his glass sculptures should wake our senses.

Nicholas Harvey | Art-PieNicholas Harvey | Art-Pie

On the music level, Grammy nominated (The Garden) Zero 7will be headlining The 500 with a DJset. The Zero 7 gents are well known for their work with artists such as Sia, José González, Mozez and Sophie Barker.

The Festival is an all day midday-02.00am event promoting artists, new music and some famous names.

WHEN –  October 6th 2012 | 2pm – 2am
WHERE – Village Underground | 54 Holywell Lane Shoreditch, London EC2A 3PQ

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Author: Pierrick Senelaer

Founder of the Art-Pie site. I design and code websites and apps Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 and enjoy drawing, painting and visits to museums and galleries at night and weekends.

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