Friday, 7 August 2009
This week in Pick of the Week:
• Learn Japanese just by pretending you can
• Go to Camden and see some art
• Watch interviews with ordinary people by the extraordinary David Lynch
• See an illustrator demonstrate their craft to some good live music
• Be a zombie film extra for Noel Fielding and break a world record
Exhibition – Chosen by Oyinda
We cannot say what we cannot think, 22 Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AG
Celebrating the creative energy in and around the area, Camden Town Unlimited, in partnership with the London Borough of Camden are please to present an exhibition in their 'pop up' gallery by artists Jessica Holmes, Sinta Tantra and Samuel Williams. Exhibition runs from 13 - 23 August. You can also visit the artists installing their work from 10 - 12 August. Opening hours 11am - 7pm.
Film Project – Chosen by Alison
Interview Project by David Lynch
David Lynch's Interview Project is a film crew traveling across the US interviewing the people they find as they go from place to place. For a year an interview will be released every 3 days (they've got to number 24 so far) -Each interview begins with a slightly eerie Introduction from David Lynch that reminds me of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, but the interviews themselves are strange and often quite heartwarming.
Event – Chosen by Holly
Be an extra in I Spit on Your Rave film with Noel Fielding!
Calling all 'Zombies', If you're going to The Big Chill this weekend look out for the deliciously funny Noel Fielding and join him in his attempt to break "mass participation zombie movie" records. He needs you as an extra in his upcoming apocalyptic film, 'I Spit on Your Rave'!
Event – Chosen by Alison
Heavy Pencil at the ICA
Heavy Pencil is a free night at the ICA bar where an illustrator draws live along to music of their own choosing while their process is projected onto a large screen for us to watch. This Friday at 8pm, it's Sac Magique who describes himself as liking 'to draw grotesques with lumps and protuberances'.
Website – Chosen by Lisa
All Japanese All The Time
A friend of mine recently found this blog and it has changed his life. Written by multi-linguist Khatzumoto it describes how the blogger learned Japanese in 18 months by playing a personal game where he acted as if he had to pretend he was Japanese because if secret services found out he wasn't they would kill him. My friend insists that it is wonderful for learning hints and tips in being more motivated about your goals... if your goals include learning Japanese then it'll be even more of a helpful read.
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