Get rolling

Andy Warhol’s hippy hangout The Factory was famous on the New York scene for its parties, artsy types and drug-fuelled shenanigans. And now the West London Art Factory is launching its first pop-up event to stamp its mark on the London art scene (er…minus the drugs).

Get Rolling is a one-off party special on 1 April (though this is no April fool), showcasing the work of West London Art Factory’s artists in residence and guests, including graffiti artist Inkie (Featured in DW 3 March).

I wanna live forever, I want to learn how to die by Mark De Rosa
I wanna live forever, I want to learn how to die by Mark De Rosa

Zeus
Zeus

The creative hub, which set up last October, will display work from 20 artists who use a variety of mix media including airbrushing, stencilling, screenprinting and illustration.

Try me by Jewel
Try me by Jewel

Leeks
A particular favourite of ours from graffiti artist Leeks

To get the party vibe ‘rolling’ there will be live paintings by Inkie, Solo One, Leeks and controversially named artist T.wat, with the opportunity to buy the artwork on show, as well as music performances from Alexia Coley. 

Get rolling

Get Rolling, 1 April at Filmscape Studios, Unit M&H, 140 Wales Farm Road, North Acton W3

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  • Laura Cogoni November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    SOOOOOO EXCITING! THIS PLACE IS BEYOND AMAZING…I LOVE IT. lets make Andy Warhol proud! xxxxxxxxxxx

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