Art Night 2019 will take over lots venues and outdoor spaces in both Walthamstow and King’s Cross. All 12 projects in the Curated Programme are curated by Helen Nisbet and are free and open to all without tickets.
All of the 40+ events and installations in the Art Night Open programme are free, with a small number ticketed.Night Owls can explore the Saturday trail from beginning at 5pm in King’s Cross and 7pm in Walthamstow, and running throughout the night until 3am in King’s Cross and 3am in Walthamstow.
Download a copy of our Visitor Guide here: AN2019_VISITOR GUIDE_22 JUNE
There is step free access to all venues in the Curated Programme.
Projects for Art Night are presented in a variety of spaces—both indoor and outdoors. Visitors should come prepared for a stroll through public parks and gardens, historic buildings, outdoor markets and unusual sites.
Please view our map to plan your night or take a look at the overall schedule of performances.
You can pick up a copy of our Visitors’ Guide at any of the Curated Programme sites or at the Art Night Info Hub in King’s Cross: Kiosk N1C, 108 Lower Stable Street, Coal Drops Yard, N1C 4DR or the Art Night Info Hub in Walthamstow: 1 Hoe Street, Walthamstow, E17 4SD.
Any questions? Ask our Art Night Guides, recognisable by their purple and green T-shirts. Art Night Guides in King’s Cross and Legends of the Forest in Walthamstow will be on hand across the trail throughout the night.
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Families and anyone not up for an all-nighter can also see a selection of work during daytime hours, with several sites and venues re-opening on Sunday.
If you’re coming to Art Night with children, please note that the film shown on Town Square as part of Rosie Hastings and Hannah Quinlan’s commission will be screened from 9pm and is rated 12A. Art Night staff will be at all locations if you have any questions.