Tag: basement

  • Launching the LomoHub PARTY @ Lomography Gallery Store Soho

    written by golfpunkgirl on 2011-03-21 in #events
    Launching the LomoHub PARTY @ Lomography Gallery Store Soho

    You've seen the dust, said hello to the carpenters and enjoyed the sound of drilling and the smell of fresh paint - Yep, something has been cooking in our basement!

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  • The LomoHub @ Lomography Gallery Store Soho

    written by golfpunkgirl on 2011-04-19 in #news
    The LomoHub @ Lomography Gallery Store Soho

    It's been only 3 weeks since we officially opened the LomoHub to our London community and we've already had one rockin' party, an exhibition and 8 workshops! Heres how it all started...

  • K-J Bowl, Edmonton

    written by dirklancer on 2009-01-23 in #world #locations
    K-J Bowl, Edmonton

    I'm sick of constantly relying on my car to get to where I need to go, so I'm always on the look-out for interesting things to do in the neighbourhood close to home. This strip-mall basement bowling alley is a throw back to the 60s, and I've totally fallen in love with it. I've discovered that 5 pin bowling is something the whole family can enjoy - me, my wife, my five year old, and my 2-1/2 year old all have a blast at K-J Bowl.

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  • Outline Editions and Carnaby Shoppping Party Extravaganza!

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2012-11-28 in #news
    Outline Editions and Carnaby Shoppping Party Extravaganza!

    They say good things come in threes and that was certainly the case last Thursday when we celebrated Lomography’s 20th anniversary, the launch of our fantastic new Outline Editions exhibition AND the Carnaby St shopping party. Find out how we coped right here.

  • The Basement Gallery Soho Hosts Seventy Tree Exhibition

    written by hannah_brown on 2012-09-08 in #events
    The Basement Gallery Soho Hosts Seventy Tree Exhibition

    The Basement Gallery Soho opens its doors with our first exhibition by illustrator Seventy Tree. Over the coming months we will be hosting a selection of the capital’s most interesting, innovative, and exciting artists, illustrators, and craftspeople who work in a predominantly analogue manner: those who work within mediums that involve a hand-worked-element. Read on for more details