There will be a series of pop-ups and exhibitions throughout Soho Music Month
Check out Creative Media Network who will host a gallery showcasing music-themed NFT art by renowned UK and international digital artists in conjunction with Cultural Curators Code & Culture and L.A based NFT auction house Illust Space. In this space, Ashley Walters & Nagajan Ward will also present the amazing Monologue Jam, showcasing talented students from Kingdom Drama School. Platform LDN will run a programme of music and creative-industry masterclasses for diverse young creatives.
You can view this gallery at 5 Upper James Street from 12 July.
In the centre of Carnaby, The Museum of Youth Culture will exhibit rare vintage photographic prints from renowned photographers including Terry O’Neill, Gavin Watson and Normski featuring iconic artists performing in and around Soho. The artwork involves artists such as Blur, The Damned, The Buzzcocks, the Rolling Stones and David Bowie. At the exhibition, you will find original vintage Soho club flyers, music-themed vintage pin badges, and even a piece of the old Carnaby Street rubber painted road from the '70s. During Soho Music Month, the Museum will be collecting photos and stories for a new Soho based collection which will be permanently preserved within the Museum of Youth Culture's archives
Head to 57 Carnaby Street to view this pop-up.
One of the world’s foremost rock musicians, Ronnie Wood has pursued a remarkable parallel career as an influential fine artist. His art acts both as a record of, and the perfect counterpoint to his career in music from The Jeff Beck Group and the Faces to the Rolling Stones.
Ronnie will personally curate this exhibition which will include signed limited edition prints all of which will be available to buy.
Visit the gallery at 57 Carnaby Street from 7 July
Our Charity Partner for Soho Music Month is Youth Music, a national charity that works with children, young people and smaller charities to help nurture young aspiring talent in the music industry by giving young people the chance to make music. Find donation tap points throughout Carnaby such as inside the pop-up at 57 Carnaby Street.
Matt Griffiths, Youth Music CEO says: “Soho Music Month is famous for bringing exciting sounds, culture and celebration to the city. Thanks to our exciting new partnership, we’ll be able to spread the power of music beyond the event, to benefit young people nationwide. We’re really looking forward to being involved in such an iconic music event .
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