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November Update

Apologies for no word for so long...and some other apologies too!

Thank you again to all who donated to our crowdfunded and attended the events. Without you Cerebellum would NOT have happened and thus we would not have been able to financially support a number of innovative artists in making exciting new interdisciplinary work. A massive sorry for the delay to the sending out of prints, originals and ceramics to crowdfunder funders. We haven't forgotten. This will be done VERY soon.

Despite all of the positives, we did make some loss on the August platform due to a lack of full funding and trying hard to keep the entry price to the events (the only other source of income) accessible to all. As a result, we will no longer be running a second platform in 2016 (November) We are however looking to our future in 2017 and hope to be back soon and in the meantime adding to our website and archive.

Look out for photos and video documentation from August appearing very soon.

Charlotte CHW, Curator & founder, Cerebellum

LAST DAY OF CEREBELLUM LONDON AND LAST DAY OF CEREBELLUM AUGUST

Sad to say today is not only the last day of the London instalment of our August platform but the last day of Cerebellum August 2016!

But it's not over yet. Apart from Cerebellum artist Fabiola Santana leading a dance-movement workshop in the space today until 3pm at 3:30pm- 5:30pm we have a longtable discussion followed by finishing BYO drinks. More here: https://www.facebook.com/cerebellumlongtable We are on the 2nd floor at Hive Dalston, 260-268, Kingland Road, 2 mins walk from Haggerston Station.

And this also seems like a good opportunity to thank everybody who has played a part in it. From all the artists for their innovative work, to our crowdfunders, to attendees of any part of any platform to Michael Whiting for his development of our website and photography, to Sean Stubbs for documenting the whole thing on film in London on friday and last but not least our sound technicians Ilia Rogatchevski and Tom Blackburn and invigilators Nik and Lauren.